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    Sri Jagannath Temple of Puri is one of the four most famous holy pilgrimages of the Hindus. Lord Jagannath, the symbol of Universal love and brotherhood is worshiped in the Temple along with Balabhadra, Subhadra, Sudarshan, Madhaba, Sridevi and Bhudevi on the Ratnabedi or the bejeweled platform. The Temple is located in the State of Orissa, India.

    Lord Puri Jagannatha Lord Sri Balabadra Lord Sri Subadra

    History of the Puri Jagannath Temple


    The celebrated Temple of Lord Jagannath now existent at Puri was constructed by Raja Ananta Varman Chodaganga Dev in 12th century A.D. The wooden images of Jagannath Balabhadra and Subhadra were installed in that temple. The management of the temple continued under the Hindu rulers till 1558, when the State of Orissa was conquered by the Afghan Nawab of Bengal and the temple was attacked by the Afgan General ‘Kalapahad’. Then, an independent Khurda kingdom was established by Ramachandra Deb, who assumed the management of the temple. He consecrated the temple and reinstalled the deities. Raja Mansingh, a General of the Mughal King Akbar, defeated the Afghans and annexed Orissa in to the Mughal dominion. It remained under the Mughals till 1751 A.D. Till 1760, the temple continued under the Khurda Raja, who was paying tribute to Mughals and Marhattas. Marhattas took up direct management of the temple till 1803. The Britishers annexed Orissa into British empire in 1803 and allowed Puri Raja to manage the temple. The position continued till 1947.

    About Sri Jagannath Rath Yatra

    The festival of Rath Yatra (also called as car festival )celebrated here on the second day of the bright fortnight of Ashada (June-July). This year on 13th July, 2013 (Thursday). Jagannadha Radha Yathra is world famous for the enormous crowd of devotees that gathers to witness Lord Jagannath’s yearly journey in his huge chariot. Lord Jagannath, with his brother Balabhadra and sister subhadra, goes to his garden house “Gundecha Ghar “ for five days, visiting his aunt on the way. At the end of the five days, the three siblings are brought back to the Jagannath temple in a procession called the Ultarath.

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    Lord Sri Jagannatha Ratha Yatra

    Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra Timings

    • Mangal Aarti – 4 am
    • Mailam – 4.25 am
    • Rosha homam and Surya puja – 6 am
    • Gopal Vallabh Darshan – 7 am
    • Pongal naivedya – 7.10 am
    • Rath pratishta = 8.45 am
    • Pohandi utsav – 9.30 am
    • Pohandi ends – 12’0 clock
    • King of Puri Divyadev singh arrives in Palki or Palanquin – 1 to 1.30 pm
    • Cherapahara and Mangal Aarti – 1.45 to 2.30 pm
    • Tying of horses to Rath or chariots – 3 to 3.15 pm
    • Rath Yatra starts and leaves to Gundicha Temple – 3.30 pm.

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