Rukmini Bibaha and Champak Dwadashi Festival of Jagannath Temple Puri
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Marriage of Lord Krushna and Goddess Rukmini is celebrated on Jyeshtha Sukla Ekadasi i.e. the 11th day of bright
fortnight of Jyeshtha (May-June). On this occasion, the marriage is held between Lord Madana Mohana as Lord Krushna and Goddess Lakshmi as Goddess Rukmini.
Madan Mohana with Shri Mahalaxmi at Shri Nahar
Madanmohan – Shri Laxmi – Bandapana in Shri Nahar
Bara Badhu Bandapana – Shri Nahara
Champak Dwadashi is celebrated on Jyeshtha Sukla Dwadasi i.e. the 12th day or on the next day of Rukmini Harana Ekadasi.
Sri Lakshmi Varaha Swamy Temple is a 500-year-old Indian temple dedicated to Varaha, the boar incarnation of Vishnu. The temple is located in the Kendrapara District. Brahmani River is the nearest river. Baraha Dwadashi, Avatara divas of baraha on Maagha shukla dwadashi gathers a lakh of devotees from around the area. Baraha Dwadashi is dedicated…
One special ritual is being celebrated in the month of Magha Shukla Panchami tithi. Ofering,arati and Benta Bindha niti of of Lord Jagannath is celebrated in Jagannanth Bhalab Matha. At Jagannath temple, chandan and fagu are used on the body of triad. In offering mandua, one special kind of dish is offered to Lord. As…
Maa Saraswati is called the mother of all Vedas. Maa Saraswati is the repository of Brahma’s all knowledge and intelligence. Maa Saraswati also has another popular form – Gayatri. Gayatri was so much attracted by the brilliance of Sun God Surya, that she dissolved herself to become the Gayatri Mantra dedicated to Surya. Maa Saraswati…