Famous Personalities Are First In Odisha In Different Fields

Famous Personalities Are First In Odisha In Different Fields

Some famous personalities was in Odisha who were proved themselves and entered with different fields first and able to made a big example for the next generation. Here is the list of famous personalities those are first in Odisha in different fields. Advocate – Madhusudan Das Ambasador – Lalitendu Mansingh Autobiography Writer – Fakira Mohan Senapati Awarded Anubruta – Dr. […]

 

Mausi Maa Temple Is Considered To The Be The Aunt Of Lingaraj Temple

Mausi Maa Temple Is Considered To The Be The Aunt Of Lingaraj Temple

Mausi Maa Temple: Mausi Maa Temple also known as Rameshwar is a very old temple in Bhubaneswar. The deity in this temple is temple is considered to the be the aunt  and known as the Mausi Maa temple of Lingaraj Temple. It is located 2km from the Lingaraj shrine. Legend goes as when Rama was […]

 

Ananta Vasudeva Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna

Ananta Vasudeva Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna

Ananta Vasudeva Temple: Ananta Vasudeva Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple was constructed in the thirteenth century, and houses the idols of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama and Goddess Subhadra  that are regularly worshipped. The idols here are made of granite unlike in Puri, where three deities are carved out of wood. While the […]

 

Megheswar Temple Is Built in Saptaratha Style Of Temple Architecture

Megheswar Temple Is Built in Saptaratha Style Of Temple Architecture

Megheswar Temple: Megheswar Temple is also dedicated to Lord Shiva, another richly carved temple belonging to the 12th century. Built in Saptaratha style of temple architecture, the temple is decorated with carvings of graceful dancers, animals, birds and flowers. Located at Pandav Nagar on the Tankapani Road, the temple complex houses two more temples of […]

 

Suna Besha, Also Known As Raja or Rajadhiraja Besha Or Raja Besha

Suna Besha, Also Known As Raja or Rajadhiraja Besha Or Raja Besha

Suna Besha, also known as Raja or Rajadhiraja besha  or Raja Besha, is an event when the Lord Jagannath and other deities Balabhadra, and Goddess Subhadra are adorned with gold jewelry. Suna Besha is observed 5 times during a year. It is commonly observed on Magha Purnima (January), Bahuda Ekadashi also known as Asadha Ekadashi […]

 

Padma Besha An Important Costumes That Are Performed All Through The Year

Padma Besha An Important Costumes That Are Performed All Through The Year

Padma Besha is one of the important costumes that are performed all through the year. Lord Jagannath who is dressed in this besha or any besha is the symbolization of Love, eternity devoted to the spiritual aspect. As Lord Jaggnnath is the all in one figure, everyone views his beloved worshiper within him. In his […]

 

Sadha Besha Is The Normal Costumes Of Deities Which They Wear Five Times

Sadha Besha Is The Normal Costumes Of Deities Which They Wear Five Times

ABOUT SADHA BESHA Sadha Besha is the normal costumes of deities which they wear five times in a day, especially after each food offering. This Besha is done with silken clothes and flower garlands. The Lord’s costumes are changed five times a day after each offering of foods / Prasadam made to Him. These five constumes […]

 

Ghodalagi Besha Arranging Clothes Artistically In The Puri Temple Tradition

Ghodalagi Besha Arranging Clothes Artistically In The Puri Temple Tradition

About Ghodalagi Besha: Ghodalagi Besha takes place soon after the bathing ritual. Arranging clothes artistically is an important practice in the Puri temple tradition. This practice becomes more prominent during the winter for two months; from the sixth day of Margasira to the Basanta Panchami day of Magha. During this 59-day period, using clothes artistically becomes […]

 

Chacheri Besha, Deities Are Decorated From Phalguna Sukla Dashami to Chaturdasi

Chacheri Besha, Deities Are Decorated From Phalguna Sukla Dashami to Chaturdasi

ABOUT CHACHERI BESHA: Chacheri Besha, the deities are decorated with This Besha On each year from Phalguna Sukla Dashami to Chaturdasi for five days. This besha commences during mid day. Fist the sandal paste applied on the bodies of deities. Special quality of cloths namely Bairani & Madhabali etc. are offered to Deities. The deities […]

 

Sraddha Besha, Sri Jagannath Offers ShradhaTarpan To Their Parents

Sraddha Besha, Sri Jagannath Offers ShradhaTarpan To Their Parents

ABOUT SRADDHA BESHA: Sraddha Besha is observed on 14th day of dark fortnight of Margasir Month.Also known as the DebaDeepavali, this adornment is sported by the Lord to offer Sradha( annual Post death offering) to His parents in the month of Margasir on three different days. In accordance with Hindu culture, Sri Jagannath himself offers […]