Consumers can place orders for this not-for-profit sacred Prasad prepared especially for Janmashtami, which will be offered to Lord Krishna on the day of the festival and shipped the very next morning to devotees
The prasad will be available in three pack sizes, small (Rs 108 for 150g), medium (Rs 258 for 300g), and large (Rs 358 for 500g).
To commemorate Janmashtami, SaleBhai.com, a one-of-a-kind e-commerce venture that enables people living away from home to order a range of authentic specialties directly from their hometowns, today announced its partnership with ISKCON temple. SaleBhai.com and ISKCON collaboratively rolls out a special prasad offer this Janmashtami.
The holy prasad especially prepared for Janmashtami will be offered to Lord Krishna first for his blessings, on August 25 and will then be shipped to devotees on the morning of 26th August. Starting at Rs. 108/- per pack, it has a not-for-profit pricing that only includes shipping charges for delivery all across the Indian sub-continent.
Commenting on the tie-up, Vishwavijay Singh, Co-Founder of SaleBhai.com said, “Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm all across India and this is our small step to reach out to all devotees, wherever they are, and help them in receiving the holy Prasad the very next day after Janmashtami, blessed by Lord Krishna. We at SaleBhai, with back-to-roots philosophy in our very DNA, are committed to catering to the requirements of over 17 diaspora communities living in India and abroad. Regional goods representing a particular culture or community are mostly in short supply or at times, completely unavailable and we want to bridge this gap, through our unique venture.”
“Through this tie-up, we will not only be able to ship the holy prasad to the devotees who were not able to make it to ISKCON temple during Janmashtami, but also many more devotees who reside in places where there is no temple access.”, he added.
SaleBhai.com paved the way for the Indian populace to discover unique items, representative of specific cultures, available across India. With products sourced from over 100 cities and 250 cherry-picked vendors, the company managed to create a comprehensive online platform, catering to a plethora of needs; be it for regional sweets, snacks, beverages, handicrafts, or even handloom products and religious offerings. Customers can access a large selection of products in these categories and more.
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