Puri Rath Yatra Special - Prasad + Vishnu Shaligram + Vishnu Poster

  • Rs. 3,000

Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra 2014 - 29th of June to 7th of July.


Get Special Prasad from Puri Jagannath Dham

The most awaited festival of Lord jagannath's Rath yatra begins on the second day of the Shukla Paksha Ashadh i.e 29th June. Lord Jagannath is considered as a reincarnation of Lord Vishnu and Krishna. The Rath Yatra festival is celebrated as commemorates to lord’s annual visit to his birthplace, Gundicha Temple, and aunt’s home. 

On such a pious occasion of Puri Rath Yatra don't miss to get lord Vishnu's blessings. Offer Prasad at Puri Jagannath's darbar and get it at home at no extra home delivery charges. Also get a beautiful Vishnu poster and Vishnu Shaligram.

We will send you the famous dry Prasad "Khaja Maha Bhog" and "Nirmalya". We bring you the golden chance of making your offering to Jagannath Swamy and seeking His blessings and prasad at home!


About Puri Jagannath Temple

Jagannath Puri is one of the Char dhams. The Jagannath Puri temple located in Puri, Odisha is dedicated to Lord Jagannath. The name Jagannath is 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 are Lord Jagannatha, his elder borther Balabhadra and his younger sister Subhadra. The image of Jagannath (of black colour representing sunya) Subhadra (the creative energy) and Balabhadra (of white colour representing phenomenol universe) have evolved from Nilamadhava of the ancient Kalinga Jaina. 

The temple is famous for its annual "Rath yatra" or "chariot festival" in which the three main deities of the temple are placed on vast and highly decorated temple cars. it is believed that by seeing Lord on the Chariot on the Rathayatra day, one is able to attain salvation and get free from the cycles of birth and death.

Lord Jagannath is popularly known as "Darubrahma" literally meaning "the Godhead manifestation in a modern image" among the people. The temple of Jagnnath is built in the Kalinga style of architecture, with the Panchratha (Five chariots) type consisting of two anurathas, two konakas and one ratha. The temple is the mystery of 12th century A.D.

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