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Mausima Temple History Puri, Odisha

The Mausima temple is located at the midpoint of the Bada Danda (Grand Road) in Puri. This small temple is dedicated to Goddess Ardhashini. Mausi Maa meaning Mausi means ‘Aunt’ (mother’s sister) and ‘Maa’ means mother. According to Jagannath mythology, there is a story where Goddess Lakshmi Devi temporarily left Shri Mandira, causing Jagannath and […]

Rourkela Sri Lakshmi Narayan Temple Timings

Sri Lakshmi Narayan Temple is one of the famous Sri Vishnu temple situated in Sector-14 hilltop, at a distance of about 16.5 km from Rourkela, Odisha. This Lakshmi Narayan Temple is an important Hindu temple near the city. Built on a small hill, the Laxmi Narayan Temple is one of the major tourist attractions in […]

Panchapalli Sri Grameswar Mahadev Temple Timings, History, Pooja

Sri Grameswar Mahadev of village Panchapalli is an ancient Lord temple of Lord Siva located in Erasama Block of erstwhile Cuttack district and at present in the district of Jagatsinghpur. The connotation of village panchapalli represents five hamlets as Gobindapur, Patana, Paniendula, Narada, Tikarapara. Five village Goddesses representing these hamlets always evoke a religious sanctity […]

Bata Lokanatha Shiva Temple Timings, History

About Bata Lokanatha Shiva Temple: Bata Lokanatha Shiva Temple is situated right side of Beach road which is leading from Shri Jagannath Temple to Swargadwara and Beach. The nearby area of the temple comes under the name, Bali Sahi. And the road is locally known as UaansDanda. Scriptures and famous historians ascribe that from 497 […]

Brahmapur Maa Bhairavi Temple Timings, History, Festivals

Siddha Bhairavi Temple is located in a Mantridi village, Golanthara which is 20 km from Berhampur, Ganjam, Odissa. Brahmapur Maa Bhairavi Temple is one of the 4 Adi Shaktipeethas in India. Goddess Bhairavi is the Presiding deity in this 750-year-old temple. Legend says that she is the deity that fishermen and sailors took blessings from […]

Puri Shri Vimala Shaktipeeth Temple Timings, History, Festivals

Puri Shri Vimala Shaktipeeth Temple also spelled as Bimala Shaktipeeth is one of the four Adi Shakti Peethas located in Puri, Odissa. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Bimala and is situated to the right of Jagannath temple inside the Puri temple complex, next to the sacred Rohini Kund. It is believed that the […]

All Festivals Celebrated in Puri Sri Jagannatha Temple

Puri Jagannatha Temple Festivals : Mahabisuba Sankranti Sita Vivaha Ceremony Banabasa & Kandarpa Adhibasa Dayanachori Dayanalagi Mayamruga Lankapodi Saetubandha Rabanabadha Ramaabhisekha Akhayatrutia, Chandan Yatra Niladri Mahodayastami Mohini Ekadasi Nrusingha Janma Bhanuri in Temple Jalakrida Ekadasi Sabitri Amabasya & Jalakrida Ceremony Siva Vivaha in Temple Sitalasasti & Jalakrida Rajandravisekha Rukuniharan Ekadasi & Jalakrida Champaka Dwadashi Daitapati […]

Festivals Celebrated in Puri Sri Jagannath Temple

The ancient Sanskrit texts, from Brahma and Skanda Purana, contain prescriptions for the celebration of twelve festivals in the temple of Jagannatha throughout the year. These twelve festivals, commonly called “dvadasa yatras”. Major Festivals in Jagannath Temple: Snana (bathing) Ratha Yatra (moving by chariot) Sayana (sleeping) Uttarayana Daksinayana Parsva Parivartana (changing of sides) Utthapana (awakening) […]

Puri Shree Jagannatha Temple Do’s & Dont’s

Puri Shri Jagannatha Temple Do’s: Follow the queue system for the darshan of deities without problems. Respect the ancient customs and while you are in the Shree Jagannatha temple and promote religious sentiments among the pilgrims. Observe pin-drop silence inside Puri Jagannatha temple. Deposit all your offerings in the Hundi and Branch Office inside the […]

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