Jagannatha Puri

Jagannatha Puri

Jagannatha Puri

Jagannatha Puri – Abode of the Lord of Universe

The abode of the Lord Jagannatha Puri–also called Jagannatha Purushottam–is one of the four pilgrimage places in India. This is situated in the district of Alwar district of Orissa, in the very center of the Golden Triangle. สล็อตเว็บตรง

The Jagannatha Puri Temple is the most popular Hindu temple among the pilgrims of the Jagannatha Puri Temple Complex, though it is counted as a separate hti. The smaller shrines are called the Asar Gollu and Asar Hoti, and are in the neighborhood of the main temple.

The carving and architecture of the Jagannatha Puri temples is greatly influenced by the style of the temples in Varanasi and Jagannatha Puri.

The major entrance to the temple complex is the famous enriched gate (gate of Katva) which leads to the main temple complex. The other major entrance is the Ayirakkal Gate and the Hemkund Sahib gate at the end of the main entrance.

The sprawling Jagannatha Puri complex has four main temples and a massive complex of smaller temples. The temples and shrines are dedicated to the Lord Jagannatha Puri (Lord of fine play), Lord Balabhadra (the Prince of mundane men), Lord Vishnu (the Vicar of the impossible tasks) and Lord Subhadra (the dweller in the hearts of the devout).

The lesser shrines are dedicated to the dead, the mothers of the gods, the Kunani, the snakes and the hippeis.

The Jagannatha Puri Temple Complex is one of the largest and most spectacular complexes of Jagannatha Puri temples. The complex comprises four main temples and hundreds of smaller temples and shrines. The temples are richly decorated with scenes relating to Gollu (the mildest of the five compartments of the Jagannatha Wheel of Life), the scenes of Tamustainance (in Sanskrit), Brahma Chthigiri (the idol of the Goddess who protects desire) and scenes of Brahma’s play (in Tibetan).

The sanctum sanctorum of the Jagannatha Puri Temple is carved from a single huge block of marble (40 x 100 meters) from the hill of Chintpurni. The Architects of the Puri architectural complex had to fabricate a structure out of a mere piece of marble, to create a holy shrine that is both high and powerful.

The sanctum sanctorum combines a series of motifs not only of Hindu architecture, but also of Gollu (lingam of the Lord’s finger) painting. extensively used in the interior of the temples, a permanent offering table of sorts and a circular Chintpurni fountain, the Sanctorum is adorned by the religion’s most important decoration, a thousand folded sheets of ama ( pale yellow cloth in Pestoneau)

The Gods and Goddess worship center and the most popular among the regular travelers’ spots in Puri is the Jagannath Puri Temple. This Puri Temple is majorly built in the tradition of the Jagannath Puri Temple in Konark.

The God Jagannath is said to have appeared in the form of a deer in the presence of the Lord Brahma. Later on, Jagannath Puri (in the form of ammugham) was built around this place.

The path that leads to the temple complex is a fairly easy one. The biggest problem and perhaps the sole complaint that you will hear is that it is a bit difficult and that you may have to carry your luggage and any heavy furniture 3 times before you finally arrive at the Puri temple. However, the big draw is that outside the Puri temple complex there exist some forty thousand statues of the Lord Jagannath (Lord Krishna) and beautiful scenes related to his life.

The territorial assurance that the Puri Beach has brought to the tourists and the locals has in the past also contributed to making Puri a popular destination and a major centre of tourism. directories of Puri tourism provide useful information on this topic.


Jagannatha Puri