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Shri Jangannath Temple – Puri

Shri Jagannath Temple Puri – Darshan Aarti Mantra Timings

Shri Jagannath Temple precise timings of Pooja, Mantra, and Aarti. Also know, darshan timings to visit the temple. The history of the temple is interesting. The major festivals are Snan Yatra, Rath Yatra, and Shri Hari Sayan. Also, check where to stay in Puri near Jagannath Temple and places to enroute along with visit to Jagannath Temple. Know What is the Jagannath Temple Act, 1955?

White Pagoda, The Jagannath Temple of Puri is located on the eastern coastline of India. Lord Jagannath is a form of the Hindu God Lord Vishnu. Jagannath, Balarama, and Subhadra are the trio of deities worshipped at the temple. According to legend, the construction of the first Jagannath temple was commissioned by King Indradyumna, son of Bharata and Sunanda, and a Malava king, mentioned in the Mahabharata and the Puranas. The present temple is built by King Anantavarman Chodaganga Deva, first of the Eastern Ganga dynasty.

Jagannath temple closed till June 15

Timings of Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri

Darshan Timings of Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri

5:00 AM to 1:00 PM

4:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Pooja, Aarti and Mantra Timings of Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri

Dwarpitha and Mangala Aarti – 5:00 AM
Mailam – 6:00 AM
Aakash – 6:00 AM to 6:30 AM
Mailam – 6:45 AM
Sahanamela – 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
Beshalagi – 8:00 AM
Rosha Homa Surya Pooja & Dwarpal – 8:00 to 8:30 AM
Gopala Balava Pooja – 9:00 AM
Sakala Pooja (Morning Food Offering) – 10:00 AM
Mailam & Bhoga Mandap ( 2 to 3 times a day)
– Madhyanha Dhoop
-Sandhya Dhoop
Madhyanha – 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Madhyanha Pahuda – 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Sandhya Aarti – 5:30 PM
Sandhya Dhupa – 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Mailam and Chandana Lagi – 8:30 PM
BadaShringar Vesha – After Chanadana Lagi
BadaShringar Laga – 9:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Khata Seja Lagi and Pahuda – 12:00 AM (Midnight)

Things to Know about Jagannath Temple, Puri

What is the history of Shri Jagannath Temple Puri?

Pandavas is believed to have visited the shrine of Jagannath Temple. In fact, Jesus Christ and Mohammed have also once been to this place.

The construction of Jagannath Temple dates back to the 2nd century B.C when the Kharavela was the emperor of Kalinga (present-day – Odisha). The inscriptions in Udaygiri hills near Bhubaneshwar clearly speaks of Jagannath as a Jain deity. There’s no reliable evidence. In the 9th century A.D, the sage and scholar Sankaracharya visited Puri and founded the Govardhan math. The four math established by Sankaracharya are the four major Dhams and Puri is one of them.

When was Shri Jagannath Temple built?

The present temple was rebuilt from the 10th century onwards, on the site of an earlier temple, and begun by King Anantavarman Chodaganga Deva, first of the Eastern Ganga dynasty.

What is the Shri Jagannath Temple Act, 1955

The Jagannath Temple faced major deterioration due to improper management during the British rule and the rajas. So, after the Independence of India, the Government of Orissa felt that some legislative measures are to be taken to restore the religious pride of the institution. Considering this an act was passed that stated that the management, administration, and governance of the temple vests in a Committee known as Shri Jagannath Temple Managing Committee. This Committee will include the major rights about the administration of the temple.

Till now the Shri Jagannath Temple Managing Committee administers the Jagannath Temple.

Puri Jagannath Temple – one of the Chardham.

Chardham is a four pilgrimage place. It is believed each Hindu should visit this. The Chardham Yatra includes Rameshwaram, Badrinath, Dwarka, and Puri. There’s a sequence that suggests that pilgrims should visit Puri after visiting the three Dhams of Badrinath, Dwarka, and Rameshwaram.

What are the major festivals of Shri Jagannath Temple?

The most important festivals of Jagannath Temple is  Snana Yatra, Ratha Yatra, and Shri Hari Sayan. Uttapan Yatra, Parswa Paribartan, Dakhinayan Yatra, Prarbana Yatra, and Pusyavishek are celebrated in Jagannath Temple with great enthusiasm.

Snana Yatra – Snana Yatra is the bathing festival of Jagannath Temple on Purnima of Jyestha month. On this day deities are bath in 108 pots carrying purified water from the pot nearby. they are decorating for the devotees to worship.

Ratha Yatra or Sri Gundicha Yatra – This annual festival is celebrated on Ashadha Shukla Paksha Dwitiya. The festival commemorates Jagannath’s annual visit to Gundicha Temple via Mausi Maa Temple (aunt’s home) near Balagandi Chaka, Puri.

Sri Hari Sayan – Sri Hari Sayan festival of Lord Jagannath is observe on the Asadha sukla ekadashi.

How to reach Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri?

Puri Railway Terminus is 3.8 Km from Shri Jagannath Temple. Public vehicles are easily available to reach the Jagannath Temple from the railway station. There’s no airport in Puri. Biju Patnaik Airport, Bhubaneshwar is about 60 km from Puri. The airport is well-connected to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai Airport.

What are the best places to visit near Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri?

  1. Sun Temple, Konark
  2. Chilika Lake
  3. Narendra Tank
  4. Markandeswara Temple
  5. Lokanath Temple
  6. Lakshmi Temple
  7. Ganesh Temple
  8. Ashtanga Beach
  9. Baliharachandi Beach
  10. Sudarshan Crafts Museum

Where to stay near Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri?

  1. Doodwawala Dharamshala
  2. Nitaai Gaudiya Math
  3. Shri Purushottam Vatika
  4. Shri Damodar Goudiya Mutt
  5. Gattani Seva Niketan
  6. Shri Gundicha Bhakta Niwas
  7. Shri Chaitanya Gaudiya Mutt
  8. Nilachal Bhakta & Yatri Niwas

 

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