The Naivedyam of Mahavir Mandir is synonym of the laddos which are offered to Hanumanji. Naivedyam in the Sanskrit language means an offering of eatables presented to a deity or idol . It is prepared by the experts from Tirupati. It contains besan of gram, sugar, cashew, raisin, Green cardamoms, Kashmiri-saffron and other flavorings, cooked in ghee and molded into a ball shape. The kesar (saffron) use in the naivedyam obtained directly from the grower at Pampore district, well know as "Land of Gold (Saffron) in Kashmir.
The naivedyam is very popular and earns surplus which is utilized for philanthropy like treatment of poor cancer patients. No sweet in the country can match the 'Naivedyam' in quality and test. It is simply superb, matchless indeed.
During the financial year 2010-11, the sale of Naivedyam was to the tune of over 8 crore. The record sale and profit assumes more significance in the light of the statutory warning written on the laddoo box that "Naivedaym is for the 'bhog' of the deity and taking it without offering to the deity is impolitic". Therefore the sale of Tirupati laddoos is limited to 'prasad' only and its commercial sale is totally prohibited.