Such a temple is the only one in India, devotees receive gold and silver as Prasad
There are many temples of gods and goddesses. Devotees offer Prasad according to the deity in the temple. Some keep some money in the donation box along with the prasad. But at the Mahalakshmi temple in Ratlam, near Indore, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, devotees offer bundles of gold and silver jewellery and money instead of offering fruits or other prasad.
During Diwali, this temple presents a magnificent sight. Devotees receive gold and silver jewellery as prasad apart from money.
Lord Ganesha and Mother Saraswati are present along with Mother Mahalakshmi in Ratlam's Mahalakshmi Temple. Here people give their wealth, diamond pearl and gold-silver jewellery as gifts. In this temple, the Diwali festival starts with Dhanteras and Dipotsava is organized for five days. During this period, Lord Kubera's court with Goddess Lakshmi was also held. The special thing is that the devotees who visit this temple are given money as Prasad. Apart from this, many people also receive gold and silver as prasad. For this reason, it is also called Kubera's treasure.
Let it be known that every gift of devotees, big or small, is recorded in the register with name and picture. Then based on the list Sonadana is returned as Prasad to the devotees on the fifth day of Diwali. Money and jewellery recovered from here are considered not to be sold. Instead, fans leave them at home. It is believed that whoever wears Mahalakshmi's makeup brings happiness and prosperity to his home.Swapnadeep's death case will be resolved soon, assures Police Commissioner Vineet Goel's
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