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Time taken to visit jagannath temple

30 minutes to 1 hour

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Pratapgarh-Burja Tiraha Rd, Mayur Vihar, Malviya Nagar, Alwar, Rajasthan, India
All days of the week
7:00 AM - 8:30 PM
visit duration
30 minutes to 1 hour

about jagannath temple

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Jagannath Temple’s presiding deity is actually the personified form of Lord Jagannath, a deity worshipped primarily by Hindus and Buddhists in the temple city of Puri. Here too the deity is worshipped as a part of a triad, called Ratnabedi, along with Sitaramji and Jankiji. 

Visited year round by a throng of devotees, the temple is at its high point during the Rath Yatra festival, when Lord Jagannath and Jankiji are taken out around the city in a chariot called Indra Vimana. The festival is actually the annual wedding celebration of Lord Jagannath and Jankiji and those who are familiar with Puri’s Jagannath rath yatra will find it different in tone and nature from that celebrated in Puri. In the wake of the chariot and leading it are lakhs of devotees, with festivities and drums splitting the sky well into the night.

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3 Jagannath Temple reviews
Navneet Kumar
Navneet Kumar
Jun 25 2014
One can have a bird's eye view of Rajasthan from the foyer of the temple complex. The temple inner portion is well maintained even after a large crowd gathers there to have the darshan of the deities. The temple houses the replica of Puri deities,m w ...... read more
Vineet Sharma
Vineet Sharma
Mar 28 2014
I used to visit this mandir and Mela in my childhood. There is a belief that indra dev gives his blessings on this day in the form of light showers !!