The World offer 56, Gujarat offered 5600 vegetarian dishes to God

Published By : Admin | November 2, 2010 | 12:49 IST
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5,600 vegetarian Indian items prepared by devotees from across Gujarat were presented at the ANNAM BRAHMA, a unique event of celebration and contribution on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. The event was graced by the august presence of Hon’ble CM Shri Narendra Modi.

Being one of its kinds, the event made a World Record for its vastness of variety and quantity offered at one platform. The food was shared with underprivileged children as Bal Bhoj and was prepared by devotees from Ahmedabad, Kalol, Surat, Dholka, Nadiad, Dahod, Kalol and Ankleshwar. About 1 lakh people attended the event.

At the satsang that followed, devotees participated with much enthusiasm and devotion. Gracing the occasion, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said: “Food, tourism, clothing, music and dance, yoga and spirituality, Ayurveda and Information technology are the seven unique fields that India can showcase to the world.” Speaking about vegetarian food, Sri Sri said: “Even if 10 percent of the world’s population turned vegetarian, the problem of global warming can be considerably reduced.”

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