India hosts several significant annual festivals, one of the most well-known being the Lord Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra.
From June 20, people all over Odisha will celebrate the Puri Rath Yatra 2023 with devotion and custom.
The Puri Yatra traditionally begins on the Dwitiya Tithi (the second day) and Shukla Paksha (the waxing phase of the Moon) of the Hindu month of Aashadha. Current years' gatherings occur in June or July, as determined by the Gregorian calendar.
The joyous Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra will begin on June 20 at 10:04 PM and end on June 21 at 7:09 PM this year.
During its nine days, the Jagannath Rath Yatra celebrates many customs and ceremonies. Leaving the Puri shrine in their massive wooden chariots, Lord Jagannath, Balbhadra, and Subhadra will go to the Gundicha temple today.
Hera Panchami is on day four of the festival. Lord Jagannatha's wife, Lakshmi, comes to the Gundicha temple on this day to worship him. Typically, Hera Panchami is celebrated on the Shashthi Tithi.
The uninformed worship Shri Jagannathji, Balabhadraji, and Subhadraji at the Jagannath Puri temple. In the 12th century, King Chodagan Dev built the existing temple. The architectural style of the temple is Kalinga.
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