Jagannath Dham Temple and Prasad, Puri

Jagannath Dham Temple and Prasad, Puri



Lord Jagannath was popularly known as Darubrahma literally means the Godhead manifestation in a modern image. The temple of Jagannath is built on the lines of Kalinga style of architecture, where the Panchratha (Five chariots) type consists of two Anuradha's, two Konakas and one Ratha. 

Jagannath Puri is one of the Char dreams. The Jagannath Puri temple located in Puri, Odisha is dedicated to Lord Jagannath.  Jagannath signifies a combination of two words Jagat means Universe Nath meaning Lord and hence it means "Lord of the Universe". Lord Jagannath is believed to be a manifestation of Lord Vishnu. The main deities of the temple include Lord Jagannatha, his elder brother Balabhadra and his younger sister Subhadra. The image of Jagannath (black colour representing Shunya) Subhadra (creative energy) and Balabhadra (white colour representing phenomenal universe) have evolved from Nilamadhava of the ancient Kalinga Jaina. 

The temple is famous for its annual Rath yatra or chariot festival where the three main deities of the temple are placed on vast and highly decorated temple cars.  

Char Dham 

The temple is one of the holiest Hindu Char Dham (four divine sites) sites comprising Rameswaram, Badrinath, Puri and Dwarka, who created Hindu monastic institutions across India.  The four monasteries lie across the four corners of India and their attendant temples are Badrinath Temple at Badrinath in the North, Jagannath Temple at Puri in the East,Dwarakadheesh Temple at Dwarka in the West and Ramanathaswamy Temple at Rameswaram in the South. The Char Dham pilgrimage is a Hindu affair. There are four abodes in the Himalayas called Chota Char Dham .Badrinath, Kedarnath,Gangotri and Yamunotri - all of these lie at the foothills of Himalayas. The Puri temple is built on a gigantic raised platform in the heart of the city


The Mahaprasad of Lord Jagannath is distributed amongst the devotees; 

Daily offerings to the Lord include:

The first offering to the Lord in the morning that forms his breakfast is Gopala Vallabha Bhoga

The Sakala Dhupa forms his next offering at about 10 O’ clock in the morning.

Bhoga mandapa Bhoga: The next repast and the offering consist of Pakhala with Dahi and Kanji payas.,

The Madhyanha Dhupa forms the next offering at the noon.

Sandhya Dhupa is offered in the evening to the lord.

Bada Simhara Bhoga- The last offering to the Lord.

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