Recently JustVish team explored the Ananta Basudeva Temple in Bhubaneswar and its kitchen for the famous Abadha (the divine tasting Temple Mahaprasad).
They’ll take us into this 13th-century temple premise which has a massive kitchen complex and Prasad market that can feed over 2000 people without any prior intimation. Watch them go ga-ga over the aromatic lip-smackingly delicious Mahaprasad or Abadha.
Ananta Basudeva Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu located in Bhubaneswar, the state capital of Odisha, India. The temple was constructed in the thirteenth century, and the complete murties of Krishna, Balarama and Subhadra are worshipped there.
Balarama stands under a seven hooded serpent, Subhadra holds Jewels pot and lotus in her two hands keeping her left foot over another jewel pot, while Krishna holds a mace, chakra, lotus and a conch. The temple dates back to the period of Chandrika Devi, the daughter of Anangabhima III, during the reign of the king Bhanudeva.