Patitapaban Jagannath, Tirtheswar Jagananth, Neelamadhab Jagannath, Bata Jagannath
Patitapaban Jagannath – installed in Gumuta Griha at the main entrance of the temple, need of installation occur because of Gajapati Rama Chandra Dev (1732 to 1743 AD) had married one Muslim girl under circumstance occurred. He became irreligious, had no permission to enter temple premises & get the darshan to Shri Jagannath. But King was devoted to Lord Jagannath could not stay happy even if ruptured from Hinduism. He had obedient to Lord Jagannath Culture, for these reason pundits of Lord Jagannath Temple commiserate to Gajapati , and installed bigraha of Lord Jagannath near Singhadwara. King now privileged to get the darshan of Lord Jagananth from the grand road, known as Badadanda. From that day installed bigraha worshiped as Patitapabana.
Tirtheswar Jagananth – One another image installed near Western Gali of the Temple. The small shrine known as “Chardham Mandir”, some also call it Rameswar Mandir. Shri Jagannath bigraha ( idol ) is installed along with the reprehensive images of Badrinath, Rameswaram and Dwarika. It is said that Sankaracharya sacred all four iamges in this small temple. Locally told and believe that anyone has the ‘darshan’ of four deities her, devotee will have the benefits of Char Dham. The idol installed here is worshipped as Titheswara Jagannath.
Neelamadhab Jagannath – 3ft hight idol of Shri Jagananth is installed in Neelamadhab Temple ( Bhitara Bedha ) . Lord Jagananth has worshiped by the side of Neelamadhab Mahaprabhu. Neelamadhab is main deity of this shrine.
Bata Jagannath – 5ft height Lord Jagnnath named as Bata Jagannath according to name of Bata Brukhya ( Kalpa Bata ) . The idol has placed just near to south of Kalpabata. On the day of ‘Snana Purnima’, the Anasara rituals are observed in the temple of Bata Jagannath, the rituals of nabakalebara is also observed in the temple Bata jagannath. The ‘Pinda’ of bata Jagananth is buried in koili Baikuntha. Interestingly Arnaprasad is not offered to Bata Jagananth, sevaka offer dry ‘bhoga’ includes ‘Ballav’, ‘Kakara Pitha’ and Kora. Bhakti Cult saint poet Atibadi Jagananth Das had written Odia Bhagabata in front of Batabihari Jagannath. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu had met Jagananth Das and bestowal the title ‘ Atibadi’ for great spiritual expositions on Bhagbata Odiya. Bata Jagannath is also worshiped as “Bhagbata Kalia” in the Grand Temple ( Bada Deula ). charya Baladev Vidyaratna had written here his famous commentary on ‘Brahma Sutra’, known as ‘Govinda Bhasyam’. Chandan Hajuri (Chakhi Khuntia ) one great patriotic poet had written many beautiful vajan near Bata Jagannath.