The eleven day Saahi Jaata in the alleys of Puri celebrates the birth of Shri Ram by conserving the religious legacy of Sanatan Dharma embellished with a fusion of martial arts, acrobatics and classical dance moves.
The Sanskruti and tradition of Shri Jagannath stands as a witness as well a symbol of hope, illuminating the wellbeing and unification of mankind.
Shri Jagannath in His Nagarjuna Besha causes the destruction of both mental and physical enemies.
The amalgamation of Sakta and Vaishnav worship during Durga Puja remains unique to Shri Jagannath Dham, without any replication across the country.
The pilgrim’s yatra is facilitated by an environment consisting of subtler aspects like the visual and performing arts. The yatra sustains an entire ecosystem of people apart from the pilgrims themselves.
Suna Beshai is an event when the shri Jagannath and other deities Balabhadra, and Goddess Subhadra are adorned with gold jewelry.
The return car carnival of the Gods is popularly known as the ‘Bahuda Yatra’ and falls on the Dashami – 10th day of Asadha Shukla Paksha.
The travel of the Triad –Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra to the Shri Gundicha Temple
The most superlative aspect of the Jagannath culture is its intent to promote religious unity and universal brotherhood.
Jagannath Ratha Yatra is the realization of the self. It summarizes the whole universe in the eyes of God as one.