Annakut means a 'mountain of food' and is a celebration of God's bounty as it traditionally occurs at the end of the harvest.
56 Delicious dishes are made from the harvest, arranged in beautiful displays and offered with great reverence to Sri Krishna. Devotees offer their eternal gratitude to our beloved Govardhana Giri Dhari for His blessings by bringing offering of dishes.
To participate by reserving your dish/sweet, send an email to Seva@DallasHanuman.org. Last year's celebrations got an amazing volunteer response - let's make it even grander this year in honor of Lord Krishna!! The Savory items Counts below are per volunteer:
- 125 Puris - 3 volunteers The Sweets list in any quantity:
- 125 Bhajiya - 6 volunteers
- 6qt of Chole - 6 volunteers
Ksheera, Magas, Mohanthal, Penda, Bundi Laddu, Kaju Katri, Anjir Roll, Badam Pak, Nankhatai, Gulab Jamun, Rasmalai, Rasgulla, ChamCham, Gajar Halwa, Khajur (Date) Halwa, Dudhi Halwa, Sukdhi, Coconut Halwa, Jalebi, Halwasan, Basundi, Dudhpak or Gughra
Any other snack, sweet, curry, rice dish witthout onion and garlic is also appreciated.