The majestic Lord Shree Jagannath Temple was built by the Kalinga Cultural Trust to serve as a place of worship and to inspire heavenly ideas in people's minds and hearts. With a Vimana/Devla (Garbha Gruha), Mukhashala (Jagan Mohan), Nata Mandir (dance hall), and Bhoga mandap, the temple is a copy of the Puri Jagannath Temple (offering enclave).
Shree Jagannath, also known as Jagat (the universe), Nath (the Lord), or the Lord of the Universe), the manifestation of wisdom, power, majesty, strength, energy, and self-sufficiency. He is the forgiver of sin, the deliverer of the lost soul, and the source of redemption. You'll want to return time and time after entering the grounds of the majestic Lord Jagannath Temple in Hyderabad's Banjara Hills on Road No. 12. You'll feel drawn closer to God.
The Temple is a duplicate of the Puri Jagannath Temple, bearing numerous similarities. Years passed with no success in obtaining the Lord's blessings for the building of the Holy Temple by Thomas, yagnas, pujas, or kirtans. Only in 2004 did a sequence of unanticipated events lead to the start of the majestic temple's construction. As though sent by God, artisans and sculptors arrived on their own to accomplish the task.
This red sandstone temple's Shikhara tower sculptures, which are 70 feet high, are its primary draw. Disha provided the stunning sandstone for this temple. The temple's lighting was creatively arranged and has a lovely nighttime aspect. The Mukhya devalayam's main temple's sanctum sanctorum is decorated with images of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra. The devotees' spiritual disposition is much improved by the UPA-devalayam of Lord Ganesh, Maa Vimala, Maa Laxmi, Sri Anjaneya Swamy, Lord Shiva (Kasi Viswanath), and Navagraha.
Devotees experience distinct visual emotions from the temple's beautiful stone carvings, artistry, and sculptures.
Additionally magnificent and inspiring are the upa-Devalayams.
The mythical and religious paintings on the perimeter wall depict the history of the Jagannath temple's construction in Puri, the Dasha Avatar, and the secrets and marvels of God and Goddesses in various forms and stages, which are instructive and illuminating.
The Ratha Yatra, or chariot festival, is the most important celebration of Lord Jagannath, the Lord of the Universe. The event is observed on the second day (Dwitiya) of the bright Suklapakshya fortnight of Ashada masa (the third lunar month).
'Rathe to vamanam drishtavapurarjanamam na vidyate' is spoken because it is thought that catching sight of the vaman, a dwarf-like avatar of Jagannath, will guarantee liberation from the cycle of birth and rebirth (Moksha) and assure emancipation. Thousands of devoted followers pull the chariot while experiencing the heavenly.
The temple's newest draw is the amazing Sound and Light display of the temple's deities, created gracefully with the 3D mapping method on the temple facade. The Hindi and Telugu versions of the program air every Saturday and Sunday at 7 and 8 PM, respectively.
The 'Kalinga Cultural Center,' a nearby big function hall, is ideal for holding gatherings, modest events, and exhibitions.
Road No 12 Plot No# 1269, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad 500034 India