No one can resist the allure of good food. However, for strict vegetarians, the options are often limited as compared to their non-vegetarian counterparts. But not anymore! Ahead of the inauguration of Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir, an announcement has been about the world’s first seven-star vegetarian-only hotel to be opened in Ayodhya. Reportedly, the hotel will offer 56 fully air-conditioned rooms, each adorned with unique decor, and will feature Naivedyam, a pure vegetarian restaurant catering to the people visiting Ayodhya. Speaking at a recent event, Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath stated, “We have received 25 proposals to set up hotels in Ayodhya….one of the proposals is to build a pure vegetarian seven-star hotel.” As per reports, the hotel will be built by a Mumbai-based real-estate firm.
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The Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir is set to be inaugurated on January 22. For those unable to travel to Ayodhya on the inaugural day, there is now an opportunity to receive free Ram Janam Bhoomi First Day Prasad from the comfort of their homes. A brand named Khadi Organic has launched an initiative allowing devotees to order free prasad from their website, with the only cost being the delivery charges, which amount to just Rs. 51.
Meanwhile, in anticipation of the upcoming inauguration of the temple, an artist from West Bengal has captured everyone’s attention by crafting a replica of the Ram Mandir using an unexpected material – biscuits. Chhotan Ghosh has astounded onlookers by bringing the Ram Mandir to life through a 4 by 4 feet replica meticulously constructed from 20 kgs of Parle-G biscuits. Collaborating with his friends, Ghosh dedicated five days to creating this extraordinary masterpiece, utilizing thermocouples, plywood, glue guns, and, of course, 20 kgs of Parle-G biscuits. This unique creation is now on display for all to visit and admire in Durgapur, West Bengal.
Source website: food.ndtv.com