Jagannath Temple


Jagannath Temple2

The Jagannath Temple (also known as Baddeul, Srimandir) is an ancient shrine in the middle of the city of Puri in Odisha, where Sreejagnath, Sree Balabhadra, Goddess Subhadra and Sreesudarshan are worshiped. The temple has a special place on the culture and lifestyle of Odisha. Built in Kalinga architecture, the temple is located in the east-south of the world (India), India is located in the Indian subcontinent, Puri is located in the Odisha suburbs, Puri is located in the Sribatsakhandashal area, Puri is located in the fire subdivision of Puri, and the kitchen is located at the temple’s fireplace. Although it is in the ocean, the well is dug and fresh water is poured without salt water. In 1975, the temple was declared a national monument.

In the twelfth century, the king of the Ganges, Anangbarma Chodgang Deb, now began the work of the temple, which is 214 feet 8 inches high from the fall of Baddanda, and Anang Bhimdev completed the work and installed the Srivigraha. It is located on ten acres of land. In 1452, Gajapati Kapilendra Dev built a Meghnad wall around the temple. It is 645 feet long and 640 feet wide, 22 feet high and 20 to 24 feet high in some places. After the Meghnad fence, the Kurma fence is 420 feet long, 350 feet wide and 20 feet high. The splendor of the temple is enhanced by the blue wheel, and the fallen wind blows over it, attracting innumerable devotees, sinners, and fearing, and fulfilling the name of the sanctuary.

It is built in the 11th century by King Chodgang of the present-day Ganga dynasty. Earlier, the temple’s Navikata Mandapa and Shri Gannath’s Padukanla were said to be south-facing. Some have speculated that the temple’s art and sculpture date back to the second or third centuries AD. The temple is now home to Amuhi Deul or Shri Gannath’s Ratnabhandar. Even today, the face of the temple is on the outskirts of Shri Gannatha towards Gambhira or Jagmohan. In addition to the east-facing Jayabijaya Gate, another gate of devotees to Gambhira is located to the south. How many steps do you have to climb before you can reach the gates to enter through the gates? There are two lions on either side of the footpath. So it can be called a Lion Gate. The entrance to the entrance is to the east of the Majana mandapa and to the west of the south house. The Mukti Mandapa, just south of the entrance to the devotee, is where the hanging procession takes place. On the west side of the Mukti Mandap is the Srinarsingh Temple or Purushottam Temple and on the east is the Kshetrapala Temple. The face of the Kshetrapala temple was to the south and the Shivalinga was worshiped with energy in the temple, but the foundation behind the idol was named after Bhairab, not Shiva. Instead of Karthik, Parvati and Ganesha on the three sides of the temple are statues of Nirmundamalini sword-wielding Bhairavi. Of these, Bhairavi Kutamchandi, an orientalist, is widely known and worshiped. On the east side of the temple is the Eternal Basudev, on the south-west corner by the Mukteswar Mahadev, on the west by the Muktimandapa, and on the north by the Surya Puja Mandapadi.

Legend has it that by worshiping Jambeswar, a childless king named Vanudev, he had a beautiful son. At the time of birth, the king knew that his son was only 22 years old. Aware of his son’s short life, King Vanudev worshiped Jambeswar again. Satisfied with the devotion of the king of Jambeswar, he ordered the construction of a Baishi staircase inside the temple. The king built the Baishi stairs and rolled them on the Baishi steps to extend the life of his child. Devotees therefore climb the Baishi steps to increase the lifespan of their children.

The main temple is built in the style of Pancharatha. There is a “Meghnad Wall” (665 feet long, 640 feet wide and 20 to 24 feet high) around the wall. The bank is divided into four parts:
Plane (main temple or sanctuary)
Jagmohan or facade
Natmandap and
Bhogmandap. Gauri Mahadevi, the wife of Mansingh, built the Muktimandapar during the reign of Ramchandra Dev, the first king of the Vhoi dynasty. The 38-foot-long, 38-foot-wide and 16-pillar Mukti mandapa was built.

The Ratnasinghasa (also known as Jagati and Ratnavedi) is the Jagati / Bedi established by Chaturdhamurthy. A total of seven Thakurs have won:
Madhav Darumurthy (Darumurthy)
Madanmohan (octagonal idol)
Sridevi (golden idol)
Goddess (silver idol)
The sanctum sanctorum is 30 feet long and wide and 48 feet high. The sanctum sanctorum has a wooden Kanak head on a gemstone throne (16 feet long, 13 feet wide and 4 feet high). Jagmohan is 100 feet high. There is a huge canopy under Kanak’s head. There are three black muguni stone wheels on the gemstone, on which are placed the fourth Darumurthy Jagannath, Balabhadra, Subhadra and Sudarshan. Along with the fourth Darumurthy, Neelmadhab and Sridevi (the golden idol of Lakshmi) and Bhudevi (the silver idol of Saraswati) are also located around the Ratnasinghasanasina.
To the left of the main bank Beharan Gate is the south house. The southern house was formerly called Behran. It was the palace of Gajapati Maharaja. The king used to come and work here while he was running the bank. The Thakurs were watching the Brahmins and the Brahmins until the morning hills. These Brahmins and Karanas came and informed the devotees of that Shrebaharan. The bankruptcy proceeded to the king. The king entered the temple through the south gate. Upon entering the south gate, he came and sat in Behran after seeing Thakur through the Muktimandapa. There, all the debts of the temple were done. What was the problem with the servant, who was in trouble, was there any problem with Thakur’s ritual, who was doing something wrong, who was doing something wrong or not? Someone had done something wrong by the bandits calling him Gajapati. There were also penalties. Currently, there is no office in the area. There is no discussion of the problems of the servants and the problems of the Deul policy sitting there after the administration of the Deul Shrimandir passed from the hand of the king. It is now home to BJP idols.
The temple has a 10-foot-tall eagle pillar at Jagmohan. In front of the Lion Gate of the temple, there is an Arun pillar with a height of 33 feet 8 inches (altar: 6 feet, pillars: 25 feet 2 inches, Arunasan: 2 feet 6 inches).


The entrance to the temple from the Gumut of the Lion Gate, which is the entrance to the Kurmabeda, the restaurant, the Anand Bazaar, is known as the Baishi Step. The Baishi stairs are made of monkey stone. The stairs will be 6 feet wide, 70 feet long and 6 to 7 inches high. Ancestors are paid homage on the Baishi steps. On the second day of Asadha Shukla, devotees leave the Ratnasinghasa of the temple and come to the chariot on the big road through the Baishi Stairs. Shame, peace, beauty, profession, memory, compassion, contentment, sales, motherhood, delusion and wisdom. It is believed that every human being needs to go 22 steps to get rid of 22 types of sins. The 22 steps symbolize the 22 levels of yoga. The second step is on the Baishi Stairs. It is believed that if devotees touch the rock and visit Jagannath, they do not die prematurely and all sins are destroyed and life goes on.

There are 240 stoves in the temple’s rosary, according to the autobiography, of which the stove is known as the Koth Bhog stove. Various offerings are made for the devotees present at the shrine. Two of the main offerings are ballav bhog and morning incense.
Vallabh Bhog: This bhog is offered by eating the weather, ripe plantains, yoghurt, sar, khua, manda, seo, chaulia, coconut leaves, oranges, sepata, cucumbers.
Morning incense: Morning incense includes plain food, mung bean khechudi, ghee food, pulses, dalma, vegetables, basar, fried, honey, pickles, various beans and flour national cakes, etc. The place is especially cooked in clay pots, brass pots. It is worshiped in the sixteenth mantra. According to the tradition of the temple, indigo, kakaru, raw plantains, pineapple, radish, potal, beans, crabs, jahni, eggplants, sorghum, tubers, ginger, coriander leaves, coconut, etc. are used in Bhog. Vegetables are not used for consumption other than koshala, leutia and augusti vegetables. Cumin, black pepper, cinnamon, large cardamom, hengu, betel nut, mustard, etc. are used in the preparation of various spices. Only pure ghee is used in the preparation of food.
Family: Chili Potatoes, Tomatoes, Sajna Chui, Amritbhanda, Pumpkin, Wendy’s, Onions, Jhudang, Capsicum, Garlic, Kanchalanka, Flower and Leaf Cabbage, Beans, Cholera, Beets, Carrots, Pea Chives, Onion Bulls, etc.
Spices: Chilli, hot spices, black cumin, cashews, Gujarati are forbidden. Devotees, regardless of caste, creed or color, sit together at the Anand Bazaar to enjoy Mahaprasad.

A gem store was built at the Jagannath Temple when a temple was set up to store various ornaments for the Thakurs to wear. The gold and silver, diamonds, diamonds and other gems found there were donated to the temple by the kings and queens. It has been locked in the Ratnabhandar for hundreds of years. In 1952 and 1978, three boxes of gems were opened and jewelery was removed to make the list. This complete list could not be created. Some of the jewelery was stored in the Reserve Bank of India. Some of the jewelery is kept in the warehouse for Thakur’s daily use in the guise of Jagannath. Many of the jewelry has been damaged over time without maintenance. The Ratnabhandar has three keys, one of which is owned by Puri Gajapati, while the other two are owned by the temple administration and the store’s make-up. Ratnabhandar can be opened by combining the three keys. There are about 50 large chests full of different kinds of precious jewelry. Every year on the eleventh day of Harishayan, the chariot is crowned with gold, while on dates like Dolapurnima, Vijayadasami, Poush Purnima and Karthik Purnima, Jagannath is crowned on the throne with Sunabesh or Rajarajeshwar. Most of the gold jewelry is used on the Harishayan Ekadashi date. Jagannath is dressed as Gajuddharana, Raghunath, Banabhoji, Krishnabalaram, Radha Damodar, Laxminarayan, Bankchuda, Adakia, Dakshinrsingh, Baman, Chacherani and Chandanbhalan.

The three main deities are set up in three directions on the main temple. Among them are dwarfs made of black muguni stone in the north of the plane, pigs in the south, and lions in the west. Three tall temples have also been built for the three idols. Archaeologists say the three side-by-side temples adjacent to Puri Baddeul help maintain the balance of the main temple. In addition, idols of eight guides, ten incarnations and many other deities can be seen in the temple. There are hundreds of temples, large and small, between the inner and outer walls of the main temple.

As Shri Gannath rescues the fallen, his other name is Fallen. The east-facing idol of Jagannath on the right, especially inside the Gumut of Singhadwar, is said to have fallen. Those who converted could not go to the temple and could see the fallen from the Arun pillar. According to tradition, the Ansar rituals of the fallen, the fittings of the door, the mangal aalti, are variously performed.

On the left side of the entrance to Gumut are statues of Fateh Hanuman, Radhakrishna, Ganesha and Durga. Fateh Hanuman is housed in a small temple on the wall of the Gumutra in the Lion Gate. Fateh Hanuman is in charge of the security of the temple from the east. He is the guardian of the East Gate and the worshiped deity of Panch Ramanandi Khalsa.

Kashi Bishwanath is a 15-foot-tall temple on the left (south) side of the Baishi Stairs, which was formally established in 1611, according to Pandit Sadashiv Rathsharma, a researcher. According to Yoga, Yogeshwar has to do philosophy before Vishnu philosophy. The symbol of Yogeshwar is Shiva and Vishnu Jagannath himself. The Kashi Bishwanath penis is about 10 inches high and the energy is north-facing. The stone statue of Har Parvati is worshiped with a height of 10 inches. The width of the entrance is only two and a half feet wide and four feet high. Shital Sixty, the Shiva wedding ceremony is Thakur’s watering policy. The eternally small temple facing the west has gained fame and fame in India.

On the side of Baishi steps Kashi Bishwanath, Ramasita is seen ascending the throne in Ramabhishek and worshiping the 4 brothers, Sankat Mochan Hanuman, Sugriva, Jambavan and all the devotees of all the monkeys.
The next small temple features a stone statue of Narsingh Nath and a statue of Gananath on the side. The temple of the fire falls when the curved wall or inner wall reaches and runs to the left. It has a small temple of Agnishwara with a corner of the volcano on the intended road to Kurmabedha and Shri Gannath’s kitchen. He is the guardian, protector, and purifier of anger. Just as the path leading to the Bhog Temple crosses the temple of Agnishwara and ascends the steps to the center of the temple, devotees sleep on the right wall on the eternal eternal bed with the idol of Narayan, Lakshmi-Saraswati, Brahma, Vishnu and the eternal serpent. As Sri Agnishwar Mahadev and Bhog cross the road and head south in Kurmabedha, the idol of Satya Narayan is made of 5-foot-10-inch black muguni stone. The temple is 25 feet high and has five chariots. Sridevi and Bhudevi exist on both sides. Devotees flock to this temple on every full moon and Sankranti. During the procession, he stood in front of the temple without seeing Agnishwar, Anant Basudev and Satya Narayan, raised his hands and looked at Chakra Narayan, Neelchakra, Dhwajabir, Patitapavan and Kapichandra. In front of But Jagannath is the Balamukunda Temple in the south corner of But Mangala, with a one-foot-tall black polished Muguni stone head facing south, and lying on a stone leaf. He enters the lotus with his finger in his hand. Sridhar Patnaik, a potter of Gajapati Maharaj Birkishore Dev, erected the temple at the base of the Butt and installed Balamukunda.
A stone-and-a-half-foot-tall statue of Batakrishna has been erected within a wall adjoining the Balamukunda temple. There used to be a special temple here. Balamukunda and Batakrishna have been worshiped in the same temple for many years since the temple was demolished.
‘Shankhachakra gadapadma dharinam banamalinam. But Narayanam Bande Mum Papakshayam Kuru.

Markandeya Paduka is located on the left side of the south corner of the Balamukunda Temple and Butt Mangala. Of all the Ganesha in the enclosure inside the temple, But Ganesha is the first and foremost. He is worshiped as Kalpa Ganesha, Chintamani Ganesha, Butt Ganesha and Siddha Ganesha. This idol of Lord Ganesha is older than the temple of Lord Ganesha. It is thought to be 700 years old. In front of Balamukunda and Kalpabat is the small temple of Hari Sahadev Mahadev. During the procession, the devotees use the water to break the wrist and pave the way for the future. The east-west face is the Butte Jagannath Temple in front of the Hari Sahadev Temple in front of Butt Ganapati. The idol of Jagannath is worshiped here. The crown of gold, the crown of gold, always doubles the beauty of the body. The height of the statue is 5 feet. On the left is a statue of Lakshmi. While reading the Puranas in front of him, Chaitanya met Atibadi Jagannath Das. At the time when the Javanese / heretics attacked Shri Gannath, the enemy had deceived the enemy by placing But Bihari Jagannath at the Kalahat gate for the protection of the Lord. The Mahasana bath is performed on the full moon day and the policy of Ansar is observed. Firewood comes here in the new year. Jagannath Das wrote his Bhagavad-gita and other books under Kalpabat in front of Bihari Jagannath. Hence Bhat Bihari Jagannath is called Bhagwat Kalia.

Kalpabot and Bhancha Butt are two of the oldest sanctuaries. There is a legend that Lord Vishnu himself was lying on a leafy leaf as a child and worshiping the corpse of Vishwabasu as a sapphire before the wooden idol of Jagannath. Surrounded by Kalpabat are Bateshwar, Batakrishna, Balamukunda, But Mangala, But Narayan, But Ganesha, Radhakrishna, Patitapavan / Sreejagnath (But Abakash), Panchu Pandava, Mahadev are prominent. Mahatmya is described. Such as Skandha Purana, Brahma Purana, Tirtha Chintamani, Bhagavata Mahapurana, Haribhansha, Bhavishya Parva, Prem Bhakti, Brahma Gita, Chandrakala, Rasik Haravali, Sargupta Gita, Tulavina, Ashta Gujjarya etc. On the thirteenth day of the holy month of Kartik, the jubilee of the god Bat is celebrated. On the fifth day of Kartik, the worship of Kalpabatar is definitely the holiest and most meaningful. As soon as you see Kalpabot, you will step foot in its shadow over and over again. By doing so, there is fulfillment and liberation with the breaking of the wrist.

Sarvamangala is one of the other goddess idols erected to protect the inner gemstone throne of Shrikshetra. The temple is built on the western face. The goddess is Sarvamangala Chaturbhuja and Trinetri. On either side of the main entrance are the Shadow and Maya Goddesses, and on them are two small Hanuman statues. A lion in a pillar in front of the door. A small idol of Sankat Tarini is worshiped on the north side wall outside the Sarva Mangala temple. Special rituals are performed here at the temple of Maa Sarvamangala on the sixteenth puja, Kali puja, Odhan sasthi, Kumar purnima, Shivaratri and dola purnima. The temple is in front of Kalpabat. Maha Brajeshwari is worshiped as the power of Kshetrapala Shiva. It is worshiped as the goddess Indrani. It is known as the monument of Kamdev Raja. At the bottom of Indrani’s throne is Shivalinga Srivasteswar. The idol of Siddhi Ganesha on the side of the bull in front is made of black Ganesha stone. The idol of Indrani exists in the form of a double arm and a seated one. After each incense of the devotees, the plate will be dedicated to Mahaprasad Bimala, and the concerned cook will also dedicate the “Mother” Indrani to the Anand Bazaar on the same road. Under the Kalpabat, in front of Sarvamangala are Sri Loknath, Shri Yameshwar, Shri Neelkantheshwar, Mahamrityunjaya, Shri Markandeya and Shri Lokpal Mocham Panchu Pandava Mahadev Mandir. Within this Panchu Pandava temple is a small temple of Adhima Thakur (Narayan).

The height of the temple of the Panch Mahadev is maximum and the power is westward. The Shivalinga of Markandeshwar is present in the middle of the sanctum sanctorum of the Markandeya temple, 7/8 feet below the inner fence floor of the temple.

“Markandeya! Namastuvyamghor is a sinner.
Papam meher vo shambho narayan priyam bhaje.”
But Narayan is said to be meditating-
“The shell of the conch wheel is the lotus ground, the forest.
But Narayanam Bande Mum Paap Ksayang Kuru. ”
The small temple that Surya Narayan has in the northeast corner of the Mukti Mandap is actually called the “Surya Yantra” temple. The temple was founded by Chodgang Dev. Kapilendra Dev rebuilt it. It is believed that Shri Gannatha did not receive the vision if he entered the temple without seeing Surya Narayan and visited Lord Chaknayan. According to the Adi Brahma Purana, a solar machine is installed here and it is intended for sun worship. The stone idol of the goddess, located on the east wall of the Kshetrapala temple, located on the east side of the Mukti Mandapa, is worshiped in the form of “Kuttam Chandi”. It is the goddess’s excuse dog and bows to Kuttam Chandi. The worship of the goddess is mentioned in 1948 AD. Dogs no longer entered the shrine after the installation of Kuttam Chandi in retaliation for the tantric direction from Ujjain due to the disruption of Sreejee’s consumption and service worship. Once upon a time, the Kutta Chandi Ratna throne was worshiped in the sanctum sanctorum. On the left side of the Mukti Mandapa is a special temple of Ananta Basudev whose face is large while the womb is small. Eternal Keshari’s Pattajema Chandrika Patt Mahadei erected a small idol of Vishnu lying on the eternal serpent. In this temple of Anant Basudev, the idol of Adish is worshiped after the evening incense of Bhadrava Shukla on the fourteenth day (Anant Chaturdashi) after reciting the vows of Anant. To the west of the temple of Ananta Basude is the Digapala temple, which faces south. The guardians are worshiped in it.

The south-facing Mahadev temple at the back of the Mukti Mandapa is called Kshetrapala Mahadev. It is worshiped near the eternal Basudev temple. Bhairab Mahadev, a village of non-Chas deities, is the field chief and worshipers are allowed to visit Shri Gannath if he worships them. Although Nandi, Bhrukuti, Taurus, Kirti Mukh were not present in the temple of Shri Kshetrapala Mahadev, Srimahalakshmi and Jaya Vijay are being worshiped. In the case of conch shells, the lord of the shrine and the field is the field governor in the navel zone. Only by visiting Shri Kshetra and visiting Mahaprabhu Sreejagnath, the results of Sree Kshetra Darshan and Sreejagnath are obtained. The founder of the temple was Yajna Narsingh or Mukta Narsingh. During the reign of his son Kamarnab, Balabhadra, Purushottam and Subhadra were worshiped in the Narasimha temple. Rohini Tirtha is one of the five pilgrimages in Shrikshetra. During the catastrophe, the water in the tank was spread and re-immersed in the reservoir. Darubrahma appeared in this tank. Darubrahma Neelmadhab was worshiped. A thirsty crow drowned in the pool and lost his life. The Rohini Kund has quadrangular crows and foot lotus. At present, the floor of the tank, which is 4 feet wide, 10 feet long and 1 foot high, has two quadrangular black muguni stones on the ground, which are shaped like a blue wheel (Narayan) and a navel wheel.

The outer sandalwood procession lasts for 21 days in Narendra after stress, bhavri and turmeric, and the 21-day sandalwood pilgrimage takes place in the water sports mandapa. . Extremely adorable in black polished muguni stone, dancing in a graceful 1-foot-high throne, in the position “Natua Ganesha” in a 6-foot-high and 3-foot-wide octagonal figure.From the front of the temple to the front of the temple. Gajapati Sripurusottam Deva brought the dance to Ganapati and performed it. After Rukmini Haran wins the Mahalakshmi Bimala temple on the eleventh day, Madan Mohan wins for Rukmini Haran and hides in front of Nat Ganesha. It is said that it is very important to visit Natua Ganesha during the fence procession. He keeps a list of all the devotees and presents Lord Sri Purushottam Shri Gannath at the night court.

The solemn secret Siddha Tantra Peetha and the Goddess herself are the Bimala Mahabhairavi Adishakti. Shrikshetreswari Rajarajeshwari Bimala Maa is the best among the Tantric peeths. In fact

“It simply came to our notice then.
Bimala Sa Mahadevi Jagannathastu Bhairab.”
“Gangayang Mangalanam Bimala Purushottam.”

Shakta believe that Bimala Bhairavi is the originator and Jagannath himself is his Bhairav. In the eighth / ninth century, a statue of Mother Vimala was erected in black stone. The temple where Bimala Maa is worshiped is 60 feet high and is divided into 3 parts. Makhshala or Biman, Jagmohan or Nat Mandapa. The 4hand and three eye, 5-foot-tall idol (6 feet with influence or throne) is located on the right side of the Maya and the shadow goddess on the left side. The sixth century AD is said to be the sixth century AD The picture is on the wall of the Nat Mandap. During the reign of Dibyasingh Dev (1693-1720), the king of the Ganjam state, Maa Bimala’s Bhoga Mandapa or Nat Mandapa was built.

Gopeshwar emerged as the guardian of Gopi and Gopar. The family of both Shiva and Lord Krishna is worshiped in this temple. The temple is famous for its combination of Shaiva and Vaishnavism. Gopeshwar is a combination of Mahashiva and Mahabishnu. With the construction of the temple by King Gopeshwar Dev, all the Thakurs are worshiped here in the same way. Various incarnations of Vishnu are placed in the east-facing temple on the inner fence of the west side of the shrine. Radha and Krishna’s Tribhangi Thani, the small idol with the flute, are present in the temple but the darubrahma of Shri Gannatha, Sribalbhadra and Goddess Subhadra is adorned in the temple. During Thakur’s Ansar / Anabasar, the Patidiyas leave here and are later kept. The idols of Sakshigopala and Sriradha are beautifully erected and worshiped at the Sakshigopala temple. The temple is located on the inner side of the west side, facing east. The idol of witness Gopinath, brought from the Kanchi campaign of Purushottam Dev Gajapati, was first worshiped here. From here the Sakshigopala Satyavadi is built and relocated to a high temple and the idol is erected for memorial worship. Crowds flock here to visit Gopal and Sriradha’s feet on the ninth day of the month of Karthik, on the ninth day of the month. The temple of Kanchi Ganesha is located on the west side of Sakshigopala on the west side of the Kurma fence of the shrine. The king of Kanchi was defeated for doing so. It is called Bhand Ganesha, Gaur Ganesha, Kamad Ganesha, Kanchi Vijay Ganesha, the intended Ganesha. The idol is quadrangular and 5 feet high. Its structure is very attractive and attractive. It has a half-broken tooth in the upper right hand, a ruddy garland in the lower hand, a carp in the upper left hand and a carp in the lower hand. The fence is 22 feet above the ground.

The Kshirachora Gopinath Temple is located on the side of the Srikanchi Ganesha Temple. The idol of the beautiful Radha Krishna is worshiped in this temple.
According to Shakti Puja, five primitive mothers are worshiped. These primitive mothers are: -1) Goddess Saraswati, 2) Goddess Gayatri, 3) Goddess Sabitri, 4) Sashti and 5) Bhubaneswar Devi. Maa Bhubaneswari is present in the inner bakhra and she is referred to as Kamala Satyabhama. The Bhubaneswar Mother Temple was established in 1800. In this 35-foot-tall temple, the statue of Mother Bhubaneswari is 5 feet high. Mother Bhubaneswar is one of the 10 Mahavidyas.
Ma Saraswati sits on a swan carriage in a small temple in the Nat Mandap of Maa Bhubaneswari Devi’s temple. Saraswati is worshiped with 22 coconuts and Madala Panji is worshiped. In the Nat Mandap of the temple of Maa Bhubaneswari, idols of Mother Sashti, Savitri and Gayatri are worshiped in a chamber like a small temple on the south side. On the birthday of the mother goddess, the goddess is worshiped wishing the children a long and prosperous life. The mother goddess is the triangle.

Sadhva women perform Savitri vows with their mothers on the day of the new moon for the longevity of their husbands. The goddess Ma Gayatri is also worshiped here and all idols are oriented. The Srinivadhava temple is located in the northwest corner of the temple. At first, the sapphire body was worshiped by King Bishwabasu. On the north side of the temple, a 2-foot-tall triangle holds the earth goddess with one foot. Nilmadhava is a quadrangle. King Vishwabasu, a sculptural and lifelong corpse, is seen giving ripe fruits and offerings to Madhav with both hands and holding an arrow behind him. To the right of Neelmadhava is Sri Krishna, a 1-foot-long flute made of black muguni stone. On the left is a 2-foot-tall wooden idol worshiped by Shri Gannath.

The temple of the mother is located between the temples of Srinilmadhava and Srilakshmi in the western corner of the temple. This mother is called Bhadrakali or Guhya Kali. The instrument was calmed and the wrath of the Kali and the Bedakali was calmed. The Kurma Bedha, the Bedakali as the guardian of the temple, wakes up after the Lord’s hill. The element is made of “Oshua” but the original stone statue is located on the back of it. To the north of Mother Bedakali, the idol of Lakshmi-Narayan, the most beautiful of the white marble, is worshiped.

The 70-foot-tall Srimahalakshmi temple is located in the air corner of the temple. The temple is divided into 4 parts. Namely: -1) The sanctum sanctorum or plane, 2) Jagmohan, 3) The Nat mandapa, 4) The Achinta mandapa. Lakshmi-Narasimha’s idol and exist in the north. The idol of Lakshmi-Narasimha worshiping Shankaracharya still exists here. Historians / researchers disagree that the temple was built by Anang Bhimdev or Chodgang. According to the Madala Panji, the temple was first built by Jayati Keshari and later by Anang Bhimdev. Statues of Mother Ganga and Yamuna exist. The aircraft construction work of the Lakshmi temple was done by Vidyadhar Mohapatra, son of Mukund Dev, son of Gajapati Balabhadra Dev. Jagmohan is known as the “Tripada Bhakti Baikuntha Mani Mandapa” in the Mahalakshmi temple. On the north side of the Nat Mandap in the Lakshmi temple, Ravi, Chandra, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu idols are erected in opposite order to the 8-foot-high wall in the new planetary temple and are worshiped from south to left. In addition to the new idols, the idols of Samaleswari, Rama, Lakshmana, Sita and Hanuman are also worshiped.
Lakshmi Narayan is worshiped at the Srivadrinarayana Temple and at the Dwarikanath Temple on the north side of the center of Navagraha and Suryanarayana and on the north side of the east door of the Lakshmi Temple.

The temple was originally built for the deity of Dharma. Marriage is performed in this temple. The temple was also known as Indra Mandir. According to the Madala Panji, King Narasimha Deva of the Bhoi dynasty ruled from Konark between 1822 and 146. It is learned that Gajapati Narasimha Dev brought it from the Konark temple on March 16 and installed it in Indra’s temple. Bigger than other temples. Indra’s half-broken idol is said to be on the far right side of Surya Narayan’s gem idol. The Mani idol has three heads and five hands. Near the sanctum sanctorum of the Sun Temple there is a 30-foot-tall chariot temple and Jagmohan. The main temple is adorned with chakras. Dadhibaman Thakur, who dances with a 6-foot-tall Muralidhari hand and a chanda foot on the Shalgram stone, sits on a prominent stone throne.

The Gopinath and Ramchandra temples show the coexistence of the Ramayana and Mahabharata eras. Lord Krishna and the revered man Sri Ramachandra are worshiped here. Near the north side gate of the Kurma fence, there is a sacrificial underworld temple facing west. The temple is also known as the Shripataleshwar temple. It is a temple that contains. The Mahadev of Pataleshwar is located 20 feet below the 22 steps. Five copper snakes are worshiped on the shibboleth, power and power with a diameter of two and a half feet in the middle of the pond. There are statues of high-altitude Dalan, statues of Nabagraha, Rahu and Shankaracharya on the khilana, and a Ramnandi leopard. It has a small bull on its left. Following the visit of Mahadev to Pataleshwar, there is a ritual of seeing the four deities Devaneshwar, Shitala, Uttarayani Lokeshwar, Baikuntheshwar and ascetic Hanuman on the north gate.

To the east of the north side gate of the Kurma fence, the footprints of the devotee Sri Chaitanya, which was behind the eagle, were in the Jagmohan fortune. The idol of Chaturdhamurthy Narayan is housed in a small temple. The idols of Ramachandra and Radhakrishna are worshiped in small temples near Padapadma. At the northeast corner of the temple is the temple of Lord Ishaneshwar 25 feet below the fall of the fence. On the way from the inner fence to the north gate, the east side is attached to the Ishaneshwar Mahadev, and its entrance is north-facing. Ishaneshwar is considered to be the guru of Shri Gannath and he has been here long before the Shri Gannath temple. In the sanctum sanctorum, a 2-foot-2-foot-tall Shakti is worshiped. Its penis is 1 foot high.

Although Shri Jagannath’s temple is celebrated throughout the year, twelve of them are celebrated as the Twelfth Pilgrimage.
Bathing Full Moon: Elder Shukla Full Moon: Shri Gannath’s Birthday, Gaj Besh
Rath Yatra: Asadha Shukla II: Adap Mandap in the chariot conquers the Gundicha temple.
Harishayan Ekadashi: Asadha Shukla Ekadashi: Bahuda Ekadashi.
Cancer: Shravan Krishna II: Dakshinayan Yatra
Side Effects Ekadashi: Bhadrav Shukla Ekadashi:
Hari Uthapan Ekadashi: Karthik Shukla Ekadashi: Devotthan Ekadashi or Prabodhan Yatra.
Prabaran Sixty: Margashir Shukla Sixty: Odd Sixty: Wear winter clothes from this day onwards. It starts with a horse.
Anointing: Falgun Shukla Purnima:
Makar Sankranti: Magh Krishna Saptami: Uttarayan Yatra
Dolotsab (Spring Festival): Falgunun Shukla Purnima
Suppressing or suppressing theft: Chaitra Shukla Chaturdashi
Chandan Yatra: Baishakh Shukla III (Akshay III): Gandhalepan Yatra

History shows that the temple was attacked eighteen times in total. Of these, the details of the five attacks have not been studied and have not been discussed. During the thirteenth attack, Mahaprabhu left the temple’s Ratnavedi and was transferred to different parts of Odisha 21 times. Of these, two have been performed inside the shrine, and twenty-one have been relocated outside the shrine. He defeated the Hareshwar mandapa in Gurubajgarh in Chile and Nairigram in Banpur tehsil twice. The Lord has made a total of two burials. At one point in Sonepur and in 156, the Kalapahad invasion struck the elephants in Chile’s Hatipada. Twice the Lord has performed Brahmalila. This was Mahaprabhu’s innovative Brahmalila. The wood idol is destroyed, but the spirit is safe. The “faith” of this nation should not be handed over, nor should the morale be shattered. In that belief, Brahmalila was accomplished. The first Brahmalila was performed by the great lord of the world. The second Brahmalila took place in 1922 during the reign of Mirza Ahmed Beg. On the advice of the Gajapati, the servants secretly performed Brahmalila in Gadmantri in Khordha district. In 1931, Taki Khan attacked the temple for the second time. At that time, the great tester from the Dobandha Pent of the Vargabi river, the great tester Paramananda Kuan Mohapatra, and the small tester Vishnu secretly defeated the mandapa of the village of Nauri through the western gate of Chilika. The temple was first attacked in the 1960s. It lasted until 1933. During this time, for an average of more than 250 years, Mahaprabhu spent time outside the shrine. At his leisure, there was a rath yatra at Nauri outside Shrikshetra.
After the Chodgang Deva Puri Puri Jagannath Temple was established, arrangements were made for 36 types of devotees. Devdasi or Mahari was one of them. He arranged for them to be given land and settled them in a place called “Kaudangsahi” so that he could walk regularly. He also enacted a code of conduct for their disciplined use. The “Madala Panji” is a detailed description of all these rules and regulations. Devadasi devote themselves to the life of God as a wife and observe the service of God with devotion. In some cases, the devotees also observed the Savitri vows in the name of Lord Jagannath on the day of Savitri. The Maharis are highly respected in the temple and are said to be below Jagannath’s wife Mahalakshmi. Once upon a time there were 25 deities or maharis in the temple. Among them, Shashimani Devi, who served as a goddess from the age of 12, ascended to Puri as the last living goddess at the age of 92 on March 19, 2015 in Puri.




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