Enthusiasts can place online orders for Sammakka Sarakka Prasadam

Good news for devotees who cannot go to Sammakka Sarakka Jatara. Now, devotees can order Samakka Saralamma prasadam online and the prasadam will be delivered to their doorstep from February 12 to 22.

Sammakka Sarakka Jatara will be celebrated from February 16 to 19 at Medaram in Mulugu district. Minister of Endowments A Indrakaran Reddy said devotees who want to offer jaggery to goddesses, TRSTC would collect jaggery from devotees and offer the same to Medaram and return it to devotees at their doorsteps.

Online booking can be done at Mee Seva Centers or via TAPP FOLIO (downloadable from Playstore). Those who want to get the prasadam by post have to pay Rs 225 per packet. Each packet contains 200 grams of jaggery, turmeric, vermilion and a picture of the goddesses.

Devotees should contact the nearest TSRTC Parcel Reservation Center for delivery of prasadam via TSRTC. The TSRTC will charge for the service based on the distance between the devotee’s address and Medaram. TSRTC chairman Bajireddy Govardhan said in a statement that the company will transport up to five kilograms of jaggery from worshipers across the state. This service was launched to help devotees who cannot visit Medaram in person.

Prasadam packages would be arranged for clients in conjunction with the Endowment Department. Devotees will receive their packages at the same counter where they reserved their prasadam. For this service, Rs 400 will be charged up to 200 km (i.e. from booking point to Medaram), and Rs 450 will be charged for distances above 200 km (i.e. from booking point in Medaram).

From February 11 to 17, worshipers’ jaggery will be collected from bus stops and transported to Medaram. Devotees can contact the TSRTC Call Center 040-30102829 or 040-68153333 for more information.

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