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Kashi Annapurna Devi Online Puja


Frequently Asked Questions

01What happens after you book puja on Utsav?

After you book a puja on Utsav, you receive Confirmation on Utsav App & Whatsapp via your Registered Contact Number. You will get Updates with links once the puja is offered. You can track your Prasad Status in the App, Receive Prasad & Share Feedback.

02Can we Trust Utsav App?

Team Utsav will get your puja done by Priests associated with the temple. Prasad is directly shipped from the Temple.

03Are Online Pujas Helpful and Authentic?

Yes, the process of puja is exactly the same. Pandit ji performs the auspicious rituals with your Name and Gotra at the temple. Photos/ Videos are shared if permission is available. Thousands of People have booked and say that the pujas are equally helpful, auspicious, and beneficial.

04What to write if you do not know your Gotra?

If you do not know your gotra, you can consider your gotra as Kashyap because Kashyap Rishi was such a sage whose children are found in every caste.

05What is the story of Kashi Annapurna devi?

According to a well-known myth and sacred text, the Hindu deity Shiva dismissed the value of food, calling it a cosmic delusion. His wife, Devi Parvati, a manifestation of Universal Shakti, became unhappy upon hearing this. She concealed herself from Lord Shiva's view and, along with her, vanished all sources of food and nourishment from the land in order to demonstrate to him the importance of food to life. After realizing the value of food, Shiva begged his wife Parvati, who is also known as Annapurna and holds a begging bowl, for food as alms (the giver of food and nourishment).

06Who built Kashi Annapurna temple?

It was built by Peshwa Baji Rao I in 1729.

07Distance from Kashi Vishwanath temple to Kashi Annapurna temple?

The distance is 650 m which requires 4-5 mins by walking.

08How many temples are there in Kashi?

There are over 3000 temples in Kashi.

09Why is Varanasi called Kashi?

Varanasi is renowned as the 'City of Light', the 'luminous city as an eminent seat of learning,' because the Sanskrit verbal root kashi, which means 'to shine' is used to refer to the city in the Rigveda, an ancient Indian sacred collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns.

10What is the story of Kashi?

Kashi, also known as Benares or Varanasi, is a city in India that is regarded as the spiritual capital of the country. It is situated on the western banks of the powerful Ganga. It's interesting to note that Lord Shiva, who appeared as a blazing pillar to demonstrate his power, split the earth's surface and shot up into the sky.

11What musical instrument did annapurna devi play?

Bass Sitar.

12When is “Annakut” celebrated?

4th Day after Diwali.

13Why is Annakut celebrated?

Hindus see Annakut as a time to teach children religious and cultural values, to petition God for forgiveness, and to show God their devotion. Diyas, or little oil lamps, are used to mark the occasion of Annakut, as well as rangoli, a colorful design made of coloured rice, sand, and/or flower petals that is drawn on the ground.

14Aarti Time of Kashi Annapurna Temple?

Morning: 4-5 a.m. | Evening: 5:30-6:30 p.m.

15Why is Kashi famous?

It is mainly famous for all its temples, its rich history, heritage and all the religious festivals. The Annapurna temple, Kashi is also an important attraction.

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