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Hyderabad Man Crafts 1265Kg Laddu as Offering for Ayodhya Ram Mandir


Hyderabad- Nagabhushan Reddy, a resident of Hyderabad, has crafted an enormous 1265Kg laddu as an offering for the Ayodhya Ram Mandir. This colossal sweet creation is set to be transported to Ayodhya from Hyderabad on January 17, enclosed in a refrigerated glass box.

As the owner of Shree Ram Catering since 2000, Nagabhushan Reddy shared the inspiration behind this grand gesture, stating, “When the Bhoomi Pooja of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple was happening, we thought about what offering could be given to Sri Ram. Later, we came up with the idea that from the day of the Bhoomi Pooja to the day of the temple opening, each day we’ll give 1Kg laddu. That’s how we have prepared this 1265Kg laddu for the Mandir.”

The journey of this monumental laddu from Hyderabad to Ayodhya is not just symbolic but meticulously planned. Reddy mentioned that the laddu would be carried in a refrigerated box, ensuring its preservation during the road trip, which begins on January 17.

Elaborating on the effort put into this sweet creation, Reddy shared, “Around 30 people worked continuously for 24 hours to prepare this laddu. It took us 4 hours to just assemble the laddu here.” The intricate work and dedication highlight the significance attached to this offering.

Dushasan, the skilled sweet master responsible for crafting the laddu, expressed his joy, saying, “I feel very happy. This is the first time that I have such a huge work. We have done this with very much hard work. We have made this laddu such that it won’t get damaged anyway during travel.”

This immense laddu stands not only as a culinary delight but also as a heartfelt offering symbolizing devotion and craftsmanship on its journey to the Ayodhya Ram Mandir. Write a short single sentence tweet post.

“Hyderabad’s Nagabhushan Reddy crafts a colossal 1265Kg laddu as a heartfelt offering for the Ayodhya Ram Mandir, embarking on a symbolic journey from Hyderabad to Ayodhya on January 17. A sweet testament to devotion and craftsmanship.


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