Anil Gochikar- the bodyguard of Lord Jagannath is the new internet sensation. This look-alike of Mahendra Bahubali is not any TV model or actor, he is a simple Servitor of Lord Jagannath in the Puri Jagannath Mandir, who is locally known as the bodyguard of Lord Jagannath. His pic has been viral on social media for the past several days. His images have made such an impact on social media that his photo is widely shared.
The living pattern of Indian culture is dhoti which can be worn in more than 5 types. Dhoti is differently worn in different parts of India. However, since British rule, this culture of India has almost been destroyed. But the image of Anila Gochikar’s, wearing the traditional Indian dhoti, is now on everyone’s phones. But not only the wear but also the wear and tear of Anil Gochikar’s physical structure is being appreciated.
He is a servitor of Puri Jagannath Mandir. He is Anil gochikar,Mr India be in & Mr.odisha.He follows a strict veg diet,not even eaten eggs in his whole lifeCalled the bodyguards of Lord Jagannatha,he belongs to d 'daitapati' sect of sevayats (servitors)of Lord Jagannatha at Puri. pic.twitter.com/0f83x7c1Cs
— Kumar Bhanu K S 🇮🇳 ಕುಮಾರ ಭಾನು (@kumar856) July 23, 2019
Surprisingly Anil Gochikar is completely vegetarian. This alleged bodyguard of Lord Jagannath does not eat any meat, fish or eggs. According to the Scriptures, a vegetarian diet is considered as the best diet. And following this, Anil Gochikar has created his body like a forceful nature. At the same time, cooked food in pottery has the highest amount of nutrients. And in the temple of Jagannath, Prasad means pottery. Being a servant of Jagannath, Anil takes food cooked in a pot of clay only.
anil gochikar diet plan
- Eat more fresh fruits and green vegetables
- Eat locally, when in season, eat season-wise food
- Avoid eating more than needed, especially parties
- Swap animal protein for plant-based ones
- Choose whole grains Buy Now
- Choose sustainably sourced seafood
- Eat dairy products in moderation
- Drink tap water