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“Children in Isua village, in Bihar, fell sick on Thursday during a festival to mark the full moon shortly after eating the temple offerings, known as prasad, made to Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of learning.”
“So true, in my parents home, sheera is made in huge quantities as "prasad" for the annual Satyanarayan puja, and then brunch the next day is: sanjori as we call this!”
“Lapsi is a favorite of mine to offer as a "prasad".”
“Traditionally, sheera is made for religious events and served in little paper cups as "prasad" or an offering to the diety.”
“And now like some of his previous days, he had fasted for the whole day praying for his marriage and after breaking the fast he was distributing 'prasad' sweets to the people.”
“We then enjoy "prasad", blessed food, that consists of a kind of uncooked sweet pastry and cold pakora.”
“Dalit students at a government-run primary school were allegedly prevented from offering puja and having 'prasad' during Saraswati puja at a village in Kendrapara district on January 31.”
“There was a rush for 'prasad' and 'darshan' during which nine women, including a young girl, died.”
“The sources said that approximately 7.5 lakh laddus were distributed as 'prasad'.”
“Lawmaker asks GAO to investigate school lunch safeguards against deadly E. coli Lawmaker wants probe of E. coli and school lunchesWASHINGTON - The chairman of the House E.ucation and Labor Committee wants an investigation into the risk of deadly E. October 19th, 2009 PATNA - A minor boy died and 10 other children were hospitalised after they consumed 'prasad' (religious offerings) in a Bihar village, police said Monday.”
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