Here is your short paragraph on Annakuta Day:
The day after Diwali, the first day of the waxing fortnight of Kartika is called Annakuta the ‘Mountain of Food’.
Annakuta is also observed in the Vishwanath and Annapurna Temples of Banaras.
On this day Govardhana Puja is performed by Vaishnavites. In Banaras, the courtyards of these two temples of Vishwanatha and Annapurna are filled with piles of milk sweets, arranged elaborately in the form of castles and temples. And there are mountains of grain as well, celebrating the newly harvested crops.
The crowds that come on this day for the darshana of Vishwanatha are some of the biggest of the year. This day commemorates the return of Shiva to Kashi after the reign of King Divodasa. In nearby Annapurna Temple, this is the one day in the year when the golden image of Annapurna is revealed for darshana. So dense are the crowds in these temples that there is one way traffic through Vishwanatha Lane and devotees stand in line for a brief glimpse of Shiva and Annapurna.