Articles — Jagannath
108 Names of Shri Jagannath prabhu with meaning
Jul 08 2020 Tags: jaganath, Jagannath, Namavali
Shri Jagannath prabhu , or the Lord of the whole world, is a mighty deity as per the Hindus. Shri Jagannath prabhu is worshipped as a form of Shri Krishna. He, along with his siblings, Balabhadra and Subhadra are the prime deities of the Temple of Puri. Shri Jagannath bhagwan has 108 beautiful names. Below given are his beautiful names along with their meanings. 108 Names of Shri Jagannath Prabhu Achala - One Who is Still and MotionlessAchyuta - One Who is InfallibleAdbhutah - One Who is Opulant and WondrousAdidev - The Lord Of The LordsAditya - The Son Of AditiAjanma - One Who Is Infinite...
56 sacred items of Chhapan Bhog Mahaprasadam
Jun 21 2017 Tags: Facts, Jagannath
Chappan Bhog means 56 varieties of food offered to Lord Jagannath in Puri. According to ” Skanda Purana” Lord Jagannath redeems the devotees by permitting them to partake his Mahaprasad, to have His darshan and to worship him by observing rituals and by offering of gifts .Mahaprasad is treated here as ‘Anna Brahma’. The temple kitchen has got the capacity to cook for a lakh of devotees on a day. Mahaprasad is cooked only in earthen pots and medium of food is fire wood only. The steam-cooked food is offered to Lord Jagannath first and then to Goddess Vimala after which it becomes...
Shri Jagannath Ashtakam with meaning
Apr 01 2017 Tags: Ashtakam, Jagannath, sanskrit
Shri Jagannath Ashtakam was composed by Adi Sankracharya in praise of Lord Jagannath on his visit to Puri. The most important of hymns of Lord Jagannath, the Ashtakam was recited by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu on his visit to Jagannath temple. The merit of reciting the sacred Jagannath ashtakam carefully is such that, one becomes sinless and pure hearted and gains entrance to Vishnuloka. कदाचित् कालिन्दी तट विपिन सङ्गीत तरलोमुदाभीरी नारी वदन कमला स्वाद मधुपःरमा शम्भु ब्रह्मामरपति गणेशार्चित पदोजगन्नाथः स्वामी नयन पथ गामी भवतु मे ॥१॥ kadācit kālindī-taṭa-vipina-saṅgīta ta ralomudābhīrī-nārī-vadana-kamalāśvāda-madhupaḥramā-śambhu-brahmāmara-pati-gaṇeśārcita-padojagannāthaḥ svāmī nayana-patha-gāmī bhavatu me (1) Sometimes in great happiness Lord Jagannatha, with His...