If you face any issue, while interacting with our website, feel free to get in touch with our friendly Customer Care team at 0091-99909-22277, during Monday to Saturday, between 10.30 am – 6.30 pm IST(+5.30 GMT). You can also send us an email on Contact@4Remedy.com
Lingraj Prasad of Bhubaneshwar
Offer Prasad and seek blessings from Lord Lingaraja
Offer Prasad to Lord Lingaraja at the famous temple at Lingaraja temple, Bhubaneshwar and get the Prasad delivered to your home!!
Khaja/Peda (as per availability)
Auspicious photo of Lord Shiva
Other devotional items.
History and Importance
Lingaraja Temple, dedicated to the worship of Lord Lingaraja, a manifestation of Lord Shiva, is located at Bhubaneshwar, Orissa. It is one of the oldest and most famous temples in India and is greatly revered by Hindus everywhere.
According to legend, Lord Shiva once expressed to Maa Parvati that he preferred the location of Bhubaneshwar to that of Varanasi. The main deity in this temple is Lingaraja; a combined manifestation of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. The original image of Lingaraja was found under a mango tree and thus Bhubaneshwar is also called the Ekamra Ksetra.
The temple has astounding architecture and is considered to be one of the holiest Hindu shrines in the world. Besides the famous Shivling, the temple also has images of Lord Ganesh and many other deities. It dates back to as early as 7th century AD and it was built by the Somavansi Kings and improved by the Ganga dynasty. Each year, thousands of Hindu visitors from all corners of the world visit this temple to have a darshan of the deities.
There are many rituals held at this temple throughout the day which are purifying experiences for the souls of the devotees. During important Hindu festivals, thousands of people wait eagerly at the temple just to get a taste of the famous Prasad and seek Lord Lingaraja’s blessings. It is believed that everyone who gets the blessings of Lord Lingaraja, will have all obstacles removed from their lives, and gain liberation from their past sins and move closer to the attainment of Moksha..
Chanting of shlokas and bhajans
Morning and evening Aartis