- Jagannath Rath Yatra 2021 will start in Odisha from July 12, 2021.
- It’s anything but a 9-day celebration related with Lord Jagannath’s visit to Gundicha Temple and Mausi Maa Temple.
- The celebration starts on Shukla Paksha Dwitiya (second day of splendid fortnight) of Ashadha.
- Otherwise called the Chariot celebration is yearly held in Puri for a huge scope.
One of India’s most propitious celebrations Jagannath Rath Yatra 2021 will start in Odisha on July 12, 2021. It’s anything but a 9-day celebration related to Lord Jagannath’s visit to Gundicha Temple (origination) and Mausi Maa Temple (auntie’s home). Otherwise called the Chariot celebration is yearly held in Puri for a huge scope with a great many lovers partaking in pulling the chariot of each of the three divinities. The uncommon occasion which is otherwise called Ghosa Jatra, traces all the way back to quite a while and the portrayal can be found in Kapila Samhita, Brahma Purana, Padma Purana and Skanda Purana.
The celebration starts on Shukla Paksha Dwitiya (second day of the splendid fortnight) of Ashadha and finishes on Shukla Paksha Dashmi of Ashadha. According to convictions, the occasion is set apart to praise the yearly visit of Lord Jagannath to Gundicha Mata Temple. Sovereign Gundicha was the spouse of ruler Indradyumna, who constructed Puri Jagannath Temple. Rath Yatra will begin on July 12, 2021.
Celebration of Rath Yatra is presently noticed every year everywhere on the world. Through ISKCON Hare Krishna development since 1968 this celebration presently has become a typical sight in significant urban communities of the world.
Dates and times of the Jagannath Rath Yatra in 2021
Dwitiya tithi start July 11, 2021 at 06:17 am
Dwitiya tithi closes July 12, 2021 at 06:49 am
Jagannath Rath Yatra 2021: Schedule
One day before Rath Yatra, the Gundicha the Jagannath sanctuary goes through a cleaning cycle which is known as Gundicha Marjana. Gundicha Yatra will begin on Monday, July 12
- Pahandi will start at 8:30 am
- Chera Panhara will start at 2 pm
- pulling of Chariot will begin at 3 pm
Bahuda Yatra is the arrival of Yatra, saw on the eighth day on dashmi of Jyeshth month, to the primary dwelling place. During the return, a short stoppage is made at Mausi Maa Temple which is committed to Goddess Ardhashimi.
- Pahandi from 12 pm up to 2:30 pm
- Pulling of Chariot will begin at 4 pm
At the point when Yatra arrives at Jagannath Temple divinities are wearing new dresses and with energy and happiness are put back inside the sanctuary. This function will happen on July 21 from 4 pm to 5:30 pm
On July 22, every one of the customs will be performed before 8 pm.