Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav - 2015, Kitchen

On Date: 01 January 2015

Kitchen is the right and the only place whereby, you can aptly serve the incarnations of Parabrahma with annamay brahma (Food), an undivided part of any/every function, ceremony, occasion, celebration. The kitchen of Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav was so big, vast, glorious, gorgeous and divine that, it reminded of Sacrifice (Yagna) and the Chorasi done/organized by Lord Shree Swaminarayan at Dabhan and Jetalpur. Simply by having a glimpse of this vast/glorious kitchen, we are bound to exclaim with surprise...Oh....!!!

The entire planning and the management of this kitchen were made with the grace/favour of Guruhari P.P. Hariprasadswamiji and the hard work by P. Hariprakashswami and the saints and the sevaks from the kitchen.

The pre preparations for the kitchen of this mahotsav were started nearly one year in advance of which, the first and the foremost was, to collect the fire wood for cooking. Under the guidance and leadership of sahishnu sevak Prarambhbhai, the devotees from Akshar Pradesh, Krishnaji Pradesh, Gyanyagna Pradesh, Atmiya Pradesh, Jagaswami Pradesh and Sokhada village had rendered their best services.

The next most important seva was to take care of the food grains received at Haridham for this mahotsav from different pradesh. The devotees from Jasdan mandal, Alhadpura mandal, Kesariya mandal (Yogiji Pradesh), Gorel mandal and Gabheni & Budiya villages had done this service excellently without looking at/taking care of their body/health. So much of dust particles/powder come out from the wheat that one may even fall sick but, the devotees never bothered for this and attended readily whenever called. To double their enthusiasm/spirit, P. Hariprakashswami, even at his age of 67 years and with the diseases of knees and breathing, always accompanied the youths in their services and kept pouring in them, the values and importance of seva as per the Vach. Gadhada Madhya 28 & 41.

The seva of cleaning the food grains was taken up by the ladies from Sokhada village along with sadhvi Shyamcharan. The seva of preparing thin and thick wheat breads of 700 Kg. for the volunteers who came 2 months in advance for the pre preparations of the mahotsav was done by the sadhvi sisters from the kitchen department of Bhakti Ashram along with the ladies from Gabheni mandal (Sunrut Pradesh), Ved mandal (Shrihari Pradesh) and Sokhada village while, the seva of making loafs daily was done with high degree of devotion and faith by the sisters from Saurashtra. Side by side, the other services like cutting the vegetables, sifting the flour, preparing/making ladoos and bantagolis, to besmear the kitchen were also going on very nicely as usual under the guidance of sadhvi sisters in which, the ladies from the Jasdan mandal, Chhani mandal, Aajod mandal, Sokhada mandal, Dumad mandal and Avakhal mandal along with the Gabheni mandal rendered their devotional services.

Because the pre preparations of the Mahotsav had started 2 months in advance, the seva of preparing the breads and to grind grains during the said celebration as well as for all the volunteers who came for other services, was taken up by sahishnu sevak Bhupendrabhai Bandhara in the company of Dasharathbhai, Kishorbhai (Vododara) and Jayantibhai (Jambava) who had grinded more than 40,000 kg. flour only in 15 days. The responsibility of all purchases for the kitchen was taken up by sahishnu sevak Manbhai while, all the services for the store were provided by sahishnu sevak Purusharthbhai and Gokalbapa, Prashantbhai and Late A.N. Himmatbapa.

The pre preparations for the Mahotsav had begun right from Diwali. The rare and excellent seva of serving meals to all the volunteers who had come in advance for this, was done by 30 youths of Gabheni and Budhiya village constantly for 2 months under the guidance of P. Anantpriyaswami. For rendering their services in the kitchen, a few elders, ambrish muktas and youths had come to Haridham one full year in advance. Amazingly it was noticed that, a few youths who had joined these volunteers in the services just casually because of their friendships with them, had left all their addictions having come in touch/contact with saints/devotees here at Haridham and by remaining/staying with them for some time and had started living a really pure/sacred, happy, self-disciplined and enjoyable life thereafter as an effect of this really/fully divine/devotional atmosphere of Haridham.

P. Shantipriyaswami (Dadaswami) used to get up daily at 3 am at half night and prepare fresh breakfast, with the sense and feeling of worshiping, after finishing his own routine daily morning works, for all the volunteers who came for pre preparations.

The seva of preparing items of refreshments required during the mahotsav for all the devotees was taken up by Gordhanbhai, Avinashbhai, Sureshbhai (Vadodara), Rajkot mandal and Kharwa mandal who had prepared items from 25 tons of gram wheat one week before the mahotsav to present their devotion. The store department was looked after very carefully by P. Saralswami and Chandubhai accompanied by Shanabhai, Melbhai and the youths from Tajpura.

The sacrifice for services was continuing day and night. To totally dedicate themselves in this sacrifice by timely serving tea-coffee-ukala to the volunteers in the prevailing cold season, 55 sevaks/muktas from Rajkot were rendering their services constantly for 20 hours daily ignoring the care of their own body/health under the able guidance of P. Mangalswami. The motor pump was being used to transfer the tea-coffee-ukala from the pans as soon as they were ready on the 12 very big ovens specially prepared for the purpose. Similarly, in the ladies department, the ladies from Maroli mandal performed this seva in assistance to the sadhvi sisters.

The responsibility of creating/establishing/organizing/planning such a vast/big kitchen spread over 23 vighas of land at the mahotsav site was taken up by P. Anugrahswami, Ashokbhai (Sisva) and the youths under the guidance of P. Dharamswami while, the dinning tent was spread over nearly 70 vighas. In order to serve food/meals to as many as 60,000 devotees at a time, 1500 serving counters and 2 lac sets of dishes with small cups were kept ready. 300 cooks had prepared fresh/hot food/meals on 200 ovens and served to all devotees/general public attending the mahotsav both the times for 4 days. Although, P. Atmaswaroopswami was not keeping good health during these days, he supervised/looked after all the food preparations throughout the mahotsav carefully, ignoring own health, and totally sacrificed himself in the services/seva. If we consider the figures of persons involved in the pre preparations and post winding up services of the mahotsav as well as the devotees and the general public attending the mahotsav, more than 25 lac people had taken advantage/chance of meals during the mahotsav.

The seva of serving meals during the entire mahotsav was conducted by 2000 youths with the elders from Gyanyagna Pradesh accompanied by 150 youths from Sokhada village under the leadership of worker Pranavbhai (Banti) as per the guidance from P. Shrutiprakashswami and also the muktas from Kachhiya mandal were lucky to be a part in this service. The 500 ladies had done this duty in the ladies department as per the guidance and management by the elderly sisters under the controlling by Hareshkaka (Dharmaj) where, the meals were delivered by 50 youths under the leadership of Vishalbhai and had provided an excellent example of selfless service without any show.

The youths from Mangleshwar mandal and Tarsali mandal along with the Bharwad mandal carried out the seva of reaching the ready food to the dinning tents while, the youths from Sisva mandal had done the duty of delivering the used dishes from dinning place to the washing place. During the mahotsav, 2500 volunteers were engaged in serving the food while, 1500 were occupied for preparation in the kitchen and supplying the food. In ladies dept. too, 200 ladies were engaged in making breads, puries and the thick breads, 500 in cutting the vegetables and 500 in cleansing the utensils all the time.

The devotees from the marketing yards of Vadodara and Padra as well as from the surrounding areas looked after selecting and purchasing fresh vegetables with the sahishnu sevak Pradhyumanbhai. The vice president of Junagadh market yard Harjibhai Patel and his friends took lot of trouble in collecting fresh and quality vegetables by visiting vegetable markets in Ahmedabad, Surat, Anand and Vadodara.

The seva of cutting the vegetables was done by the youths from Padra mandal while, in the ladies dept., this was done by nearly 800 ladies under the guidance of sadhvi sisters of Bhakti Ashram. During the mahotsav once, this seva continued for 48 hours at a stretch but still, everybody did it with pleasure, zeal and atmiyata without showing any sign of tiredness or displeasure at all.

In the kitchen, 60 tractors, 10 small tempos, 7 big tempos and for moving the tapelas (big utensils used for cooking) 10 fork lifts were used and 15 trucks full of utensils were brought from Vadodara and the surrounding places.

The youths/muktas from Sardargadh and Manavadar had looked after the security in the kitchen dept. with Bhupendrabhai to present their devotion.

Accepting/considering the absolutely worthless/the lowest kind of service as the best/most valuable service, the work of washing the toilets/bathrooms 3 times a day for the volunteers in the kitchen dept., was done throughout by Vinodbhai and Shantikaka from Alhadpura which had reminded all, the services done by Ukakhachar.

Thus, every volunteer/sevak had been able/most fortunate enough to automatically acquire the blessings by Guruhari P.P. Swamiji by rendering all their services at the best of their abilities without ever thinking of their own health by totally devoting themselves fully in this sacrifice in the pre preparation and during the entire mahotsav.

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