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Jagannatha Ratha Yatra Puja Date And Pooja Timings From 2018 to 2030

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Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Saturday 14th July 2018
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 4:32 AM on 14-July-2018
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 12:55 AM on 15-July-2018

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Thursday 4th July 2019
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 10:04 PM on 3-July-2019
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 7:09 PM on 4-July-2019

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Tuesday 23rd June 2020
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 11:58 AM on 22-June-2020
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 11:18 AM on 23-June-2020

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Monday 12th July 2021
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 7:46 AM on 11-July-2021
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 8:18 AM on 12-July-2021

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Friday 1st July 2022
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 10:48 AM on 30-June-2022
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 1:08 PM on 1-July-2022

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Tuesday 20th June 2023
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 11:24 AM on 19-June-2023
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 1:06 PM on 20-June-2023

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Sunday 7th July 2024
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 4:25 AM on 7-July-2024
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 4:58 AM on 8-July-2024

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Friday 27th June 2025
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 1:23 PM on 26-June-2025
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 11:18 AM on 27-June-2025

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Thursday 16th July 2026
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 11:50 AM on 15-July-2026
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 8:52 AM on 16-July-2026

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Monday 5th July 2027
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 4:50 AM on 5-July-2027
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 1:12 AM on 6-July-2027

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Saturday 24th June 2028
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 9:51 PM on 23-June-2028
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 7:28 PM on 24-June-2028

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Friday 13th July 2029
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 8:29 PM on 12-July-2029
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 7:12 PM on 13-July-2029

Jagannatha Ratha Yatra On Tuesday 2nd July 2030
Puri Ratha Yatra Timings:
Dwitiya Tithi Starts = 4:45 AM on 2-July-2030
Dwitiya Tithi Ends = 6:01 AM on 3-July-2030

Ratha Yatra Jagannath

About Puri Jagannatha Temple Ratha Yatra:
Ratha Yatra is a big Hindu festival and is held every year in the famous Jagannatha temple in Puri. The day of Ratha Yatra is decided according to the Hindu lunar calendar and is set in Dwitiya Tithi during the month of Shukla Paksha of Ashada. Currently falls in the month of June or July in the Gregorian calendar.

Lord Jagannatha is worshipped mainly in the city of Puri in the famous Jagannatha Temple. Lord Jagannatha is considered a incarnation of Lord Vishnu and also revered by the followers of Vaishnavism. Jagannatha literally means Lord of the Universe. The Jagannatha Temple is one of four Hindu pilgrimage centers known as Char Dham pilgrimages that should visit in your lifespan. Lord Jagannatha is revered with his brother Balabhadra and his sister Devi Subhadra.

Ratha Yatra commemorates Lord Jagannatha’s annual visit to the Gundicha Mata Temple. It is said that to honor the devotion of Queen Gundicha, wife of the legendary King Indradyumna who built the Puri Jagannatha Temple, Lord Jagannatha, Balabhadra and Subhadra leave their usual residence in the main temple and spend a few days in this temple built by Gundicha in his Honour.

One day before Ratha Yatra, the temple of Gundicha is cleansed by the devotees of Lord Jagannatha. The cleaning ritual of Gundicha Temple is known as Gundicha Marjana and is celebrated the day before Ratha Yatra.

The fourth day after Ratha Yatra is celebrated as Hera Panchami when the goddess Lakshmi, the wife of Lord Jagannatha, visits the temple of Gundicha in search of Lord Jagannatha. Hera Panchami should not be confused with Panchami Tithi, since Hera Panchami is celebrated on the fourth day after Ratha Yatra and is usually observed at Shashthi Tithi.

After resting for eight days in Gundicha Temple, Lord Jagannatha returns to his main home. This day is known as the Bahuda Yatra or Return Yatra and is observed on the eighth day after Ratha Yatra at Dashami Tithi. During Bahuda Yatra Lord made a brief stop at the Mausi Maa temple, dedicated to the goddess Ardhashini.

It should be noted that Lord Jagannatha returns to his main abode just before Devshayani Ekadashi when Lord Jagannatha falls asleep for four months. Ratha Yatra is also known as Puri Car Festival among foreign pilgrims.

It should be noted that Ratha Yatra rituals begin well before Ratha Yatra Day. About 18 days before Ratha Yatra Lord Jagannatha, his brother Balabhadra and his sister Devi Subhadra receive a famous ceremonial bath known as Snana Yatra. The day of Snana Yatra is observed in Purnima Tithi in the month of Jyeshtha, popularly known as Jyestha Purnima.

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