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5/13/21

Before the 144th Rathyatra of Lord Jagannathji, Rath Pujan will be held tomorrow only in the presence of mahants and trustees





Planning : Before the 144th Rathyatra of Lord Jagannathji, Rath Pujan will be held tomorrow only in the presence of mahants and trustees


Lord Jagannathji, Subhadraji and Balbhadra were seated in the chariot

The three chariots are traditionally worshiped on the day of Akhatrij before the Rathyatra
Trustee Mahendra Jha: A decision will be taken on the situation of Corona on June 24.



The three chariots will be traditionally worshiped on Friday before the 144th Rathyatra of Lord Jagannathji. The chariot will be worshiped in the presence of Mahant Dilipdasji, Trustee Mahendrabhai Jha and other trustees of the temple. No dignitaries were invited to the chariot pujan and the puja would be performed in the presence of only a small number of people without devotees. Even on June 24, no decision has been taken yet on how to launch the voyage. Devotees are confused as to whether Jagannathji's rathyatra will take place this year as well, when the rathyatra took place in the temple premises last year due to the Corona epidemic.



જગન્નાથજીની 143મી રથયાત્રા પહેલીવાર મંદિરની બહારની જગ્યાએ મંદિર પરિસરમાં જ ફરી હતી

Last year, the chariot was taken to the gate of the
temple. Talks were held between the government and the temple on the issue of removing the rathyatra till the end due to Corona. The matter was also heard in the High Court. Later it was finally decided to remove Lord Jagannathji's rathyatra in the temple premises. Lord Jagannathji's chariot was ordained and taken to the gate of the temple. The three chariots were then turned into the temple itself and placed for the darshan of the devotees.

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Only a limited number of devotees were seen
last year due to the epidemic Corona. In the afternoon, a small presence of devotees was seen in the temple. Only a limited number of devotees were seen since morning. A large number of devotees come every year, but this number was greatly reduced due to the corona. Devotees had darshan of God while sitting at home.


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14 elephants were brought to the temple premises for the rathyatra

Last year 14 elephants were allowed in the rathyatra and 10 sailors were allowed to stay on each chariot.


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Like last year, the Lord was seated in the chariot with drums. 14 elephants were brought to the temple premises for the rathyatra. At 5.58 am Lord Jagannath was seated in the chariot. Then at 6.03 am Sister Subhadraji and at 6.09 am Bhai Balram were seated in the chariot. 10 sailors were allowed to stay on each chariot. All were screened with a thermal gun before boarding the chariot. Early in the morning after the Mangala Aarti, the bandages were removed from the Lord's eye and Jagannathji was made the victim of a very dear khichada.

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The Chief Minister pulled Jagannath's chariot
and started the procession. Last year, a swarm of devotees was emerging near the Jagannath temple. This time only the police were seen. State Chief Minister Vijay Rupani arrived at the temple with his wife Anjali Rupani. The Chief Minister pulled the chariot of Lord Jagannath and started the procession. The police then cordoned off the chariot. After stopping the chariot, Mahant and Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja, Mayor Bijal Patel and Police Chief Shivanand Zai had a discussion in the office. Discussions were held to take the chariot to the gate of the temple and bring it back. The police were in the mood not to allow the chariot to reach the temple gate. While Chief Minister Vijay Rupani left the temple at 7.10.

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