Ayodhya: Annakut festival has special significance in Ayodhya. On the day of Govardhan Puja in Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi, Lord Ramlala was dressed in new pink clothes and 56 bhog was offered.
Ramlala was offered 56 bhog on the occasion of Annakut in Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi.
Diwali was celebrated on the day when Lord Rama reached Ayodhya after the victory of Lanka. On the second day, Mata Kaushalya made an offering of 56 types of dishes to Lord Rama. This tradition of Treta Yuga continues even today.
On the day of Govardhan Puja, Lord Shree Rama has been dressed in a new pink color.
Offering 56 or 108 types of dishes to the Lord on the day of Govardhan Puja is considered auspicious. This enjoyment is called ‘Annakut’.
This special bhog, which is dedicated to God, includes rice, millet, lentils, kadhi, kheer, Makhan Mishri, seasonal vegetables, papad, pickle, mohan bhog, laddu, sweets, nuts, paan, rice, roti, pua, puri, dumplings , Kheer, etc.