Air India’s “Shubh Yatra” magazine published non-vegetarian dishes cooked in Jagannath Temple. “Shubh Yatra”, an exclusive monthly bi-lingual (Hindi & English) in-flight magazine of Air India. It covers travel, lifestyle, culture and entertainment in all color and spice. This is the new name of the in-flight magazine.
In October Issue, something wrong published about Jagannath Temple Puri, Odisha. All you knows in hindu temple non-vegetable are not allowed, how Air India published in Jagannath temple non-vegetable prasad cooked and served. Here is what “Subha Yatra” published..
Jagannath Temple, Puri
Said to be the largest in the country, the Jagannath Temple’s Kitchen in Puri since its inception has had army of 500 cooks and 300 helpers to serve 1,00,000 people every day, round the clock – which means almost 205 varieties of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes every day. Designed on the age-old sustainability principle, the kitchen minimises wastage which improving functionality. But what makes it truly wonderful is the style of cooking. The cooking is done without any supervision and it is said that the main kitchen area uses the ancient practice of heat transfer and steam cooking to prepare all the prasad at the same time. The Kitchen prepares seven meals a day, each prasad includes 13 items.