Ritual Dates of Rath Yatra 2018

The Rath Yatra festival in Puri is the only occasion when non-Hindu devotees, who aren’t allowed inside the temple, can get their glimpse of the deities. A mere glimpse of Lord Jagannath on the chariot, or even to touch the chariot, is considered to be very auspicious. It makes millions of people to come during June and July of every year to spend a religious holiday at this tiny city of Indian state Odisha.

The massive number of devotees that flock to the festival does pose a safety risk. Lives are often lost in the immense crowd, so extra care should be taken. To be in safe side here we are suggesting you to book your hotel in Puri on advance basis. Go for good hotels. If you have booked early in advance then you will get minimum price for your accommodation and expenditure. The best hotels and resorts are providing wide range of Puri Rath Yatra tour packages, so that instead of facing rush, crowd and being lost, better to be with hotel management, where the staff will arrange everything as per wish and let you enjoy a hassle free Rath Yatra. One of such resorts in Toshali Sands, situated on Marine Drive road provides best service and hospitality to its guests.

Here are important dates to book your Rath Yatra programs according to that.

Ritual Dates for 2018 Puri Rath Yatra

Sri Gundicha: July 14. Placement of the deities in the chariots and journey to Gundicha Temple. The first chariot to move is that of Lord Balabhadra. Next is Subhadra’s, and last Lord Jagannath’s.

Hera Panchami: July 17. Goddess Lakshmi, the wife of Lord Jagannath, gets concerned because he hasn’t come back. Irritated, she goes to Gundicha Temple to find him and see what’s going on.

Bahuda Yatra: July 22. The grand return journey to the Lion’s Gate entrance of Jagannath Temple. The chariots are drawn in reverse order.

SunaBesha: July 23. Decoration of the deities in gold ornaments. (This is a particularly popular ritual).

AdharaPana: July 24. Offering the deities a healthy support drink.

NiladriBijay: July 26. Deities are placed back inside Jagannath Temple.

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Marvelous View of Golden Attires on Lord

Lord Jagannath – The God of the Universe has different forms. He adopts these forms according to the necessities of his devotees. In Jagannath Temple Puri; the Lord is adorned with cotton and silken fabrics, gold ornaments, flowers, precious stones, leaves and sandalwood every day. Continue reading Marvelous View of Golden Attires on Lord

Plan your Trip to Puri During Rath Yatra-2018

Theenormous chariot festival of Odisha is the celebration of 8 days, is held at the famous Jaganath Temple at Puri. Thousands of devotees flock to Puri during the occasion as they believe that a glimpse of Lord Jagnath in his chariot gives salvation.  Continue reading Plan your Trip to Puri During Rath Yatra-2018

Important Dates of Rath Yatra-2018

The Rath Yatra festival is the only occasion when non-Hindu devotees, who aren’t allowed inside the temple, can get their glimpse of the deities. A mere glimpse of Lord Jagannath on the chariot, or even to touch the chariot, is considered to be very auspicious. Continue reading Important Dates of Rath Yatra-2018

Rath Yatra: When God Comes for All Religion

Every year in June or  July, the sacred coastal town of Puri comes alive to celebrate the Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath, one of the biggest festivals during the monsoon season. According to the Indian solar calendar, it falls two days after the new moon day of the month of Asadh. In 2018 Rath Yatra is going to celebrate in 14th July and all preparations are already started to make this festival most amazing for all. Continue reading Rath Yatra: When God Comes for All Religion

Debasnana Purnima another Name of Holiest Bath

Puri is the headline in the month of July, 2018 for its biggest celebration of the year.  Devotees from every corner of the world are waiting for this festival. DebasnanaPurnima is the first important festival before starting the Rath Yatra or Car festival is Snana Yatra. Snanayatra means Bathing Festival, which was held on 28th June of 2018. Continue reading Debasnana Purnima another Name of Holiest Bath

Rath Yatra 2018 Date & It’s Importance

Every year on the auspicious day of Ashadh Sud 2, in early July, Rath Yatra festival is celebrated at Jagannath Puri in the state of Orissa. The Jagannath temple in Ahmedabad also organizes the Rath Yatra. This year the Jagannath Rath Yatra in Ahmedabad falls on July 14, 2018. Continue reading Rath Yatra 2018 Date & It’s Importance

Bahuda Yatra-End of Lords’ Nine Days’ Journey

If you have missed Rath Yatra of  Lord Jagannath then still have chance to see some celebrations like Bahuda Yatra and SunaBesha. This year, these are happening on 3rd July and 4th July of this year. The return journey or Lords from Gundicha temple to Puri temple is called as Bahuda Yatra. Continue reading Bahuda Yatra-End of Lords’ Nine Days’ Journey

Ritual Dates of Rath Yatra 2017

The Rath Yatra festival in Puri is the only occasion when non-Hindu devotees, who aren’t allowed inside the temple, can get their glimpse of the deities. A mere glimpse of Lord Jagannath on the chariot, or even to touch the chariot, is considered to be very auspicious. Continue reading Ritual Dates of Rath Yatra 2017