In an attempt to ensure hygiene while serving annadanam and prasadam to devotees, Sri Varahalakshmi Narasimha Swamy Vari Devasthanam is going to modernise its kitchens.
Following a collective decision taken by temple chairperson Sanchaiata Gajapatiraju, the temple trust board, and executive officer Suryakala, the officials have decided to make its kitchens auto-mechanized for better sanitation. To set up the same, expressions of interest for the designs have been invited.
Thee devasthanam is currently serving annaprasadam free of cost to approximately 1,500 pilgrims every day. It is also offering around 15,000 pulihora packets and 20,000 laddus as prasadam on sale. Once the decision takes shape, the prasadam preparations, which are now being done manually, will be mechanised to cater to more devotees.