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9th – 12th July 2021  Nabajauban Darshan, Netrastoav, Aagyamala Bije &   Ratha Yatra   (Temple reopens at 7:30pm on 9th July 2021 for Nabajauban Darshan)

Lord Jagannatha is considered form of Vishnu and Jagannatha

means ‘Lord of the Universe’

Did you ever watched Lord Jagannatha during Puri Rath Yatra ?

No matter you believe in God or not… You will start believing after that ….

Why is Lord Jagannatha black ?

Though Jagannatha's black hue is analogous to that of Lord Krishna

Muslim-born Salabeg, the Jagannatha devotee

who brought the Lord to the masses

The Tri Ratnas ideology of Buddhism is reflected as Jagannatha, Balabhadra and Subhadra

Lord Jagannatha takes Buddha within himself.

worshipped on the Ratna Singhasan. ... Hence, the Sanatan Dharma of

Address  :- Rush Hill, Bath BA2 2QL , (Entry adjacent to Rush Hill Surgery)

Darshan Suspended 25th June - 8th July, 2021

for Anasara Ritual for Lord Shree Jagannatha

Anasara Ritual Significance – During the bathing festival (Deva Snana Purnima) the Deities of the temple have a bath with cold water to fight the heat of summer. Snana Purnima is one of the three most propitious days as mentioned by Lord Jagannath himself. The bathing festival of Shri Jagannath takes place on the full moon day of Jyestha , when the Divine Trio bathes in public presence. After this royal bath ceremony the three Deities are sick and they stay away from the public view for a period of 15 days. This period is known as ‘Anasara’ or ‘Anavasara’ period commences from Jyestha purnima and ends with Ashadha amavasya. During these days the Deities stay away from the public view.

After Anasara rituals, the deities are decked up in Nabajauban Besha on Amabasya. [It means, the deities are cured and ready to flaunt their rejuvenated youth to the devotees].

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+44 1 22 55 85 818 +44 20 31 37 12 49

Open Hours

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