Welcome to Shri Jagannath Temple NORTH Bangalore


About Temple
Shree Jagannath Temple-North Bangalore is the second of its kind which is managed and administrated by the Odia community mostly residing in North Bangalore. Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra, Devi Subhadra and Lord Sudarshan Chakra is being worshiped everyday based on the pure Jagannath Cultre as performed in the Puri Jagannath Temple. The foundation stone for the temple construction was laid by honourable Former prime minister Sri H.D. Devagowda and Dr.Jagannath Patanaik, ex-Vice Chancellor, KIIT, Odisha during _____. The total land of Temple premises is about 4600sqft. The temple is still under construction stage and a temporary general seva mandap has been provided inside the temple premises to carry out midsize funtions for marriages, birthday, anniversaries or any kind of special pooja. Throughout the year all the Hindu festivals are being organised and celebrated as per full customary rituals which is witness by many peoples from different walk of life across from Bangalore.
Parswa Devatas (Sideby deities) inside  Temple premises
The main temple is surrounded by Lord Shiva, Devi Vimala, Devi Lakshmi, Devi Santhoshi. All the daily puja for the deities are also being performed on the customary rituals as per the Puri Jagannath temple.

Festivals & Ceremonies


Chandan Yatra

 

Chandan Yatra also known as Gandhalepana yatra is the longest festival observed at Jagannath temple, India. Chandan Yatra meaning Sandalwood Voyage in Sanskrit, which continues for 42 days is observed in two parts: Bahara Chandana and Bhitara Chandana.

Bahara Chandana starts from Akshaya Tritiya and continues for 21 days. Construction of the chariots for the annual Rath Yatra festival starts from Akshaya Tritiya.

The last 21 days include rituals held inside the temple itself. Instead of the daily cruises, the playful ride happens here on four occasions, the Amavasya, the full moon night, on the Shashti and the Ekadashi of the bright fort night.

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Rath Yatra (Car Festival)

Among all the festival that observed in Sahakar Nagar Jagannath Temple-North Bangalore, Rath Yatra being considered the most celebrated in a grand way which is witnessed and attended by as many as 15000 of devotees from across Bangalore when the deities are put on public view. The Car festival is a 9 day long festival that begins from Asadha (June-July) and the three deities are come out of the temple to taken on a journey in procession on a decorated chariot towards the Gundicha Ghar (Temple). The return Car Festival (Bahuda Yatra) is held on the ninth days from the Rath Yatra day to return to the Shree Mandir (main temple). Car festival is one of the World’s most incredible spectacles and can be taken a spiritual glimps by attending this festival in Jagannath Temple-North Bangalore.

 

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