Happy Rath Yatra 2022: Rath Yatra History

Happy Rath Yatra 2022

Happy Rath Yatra 2022, Happy Rath Yatra date and time, Rath Yatra History.

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The word Jagannath is derived from two words Jag which means universe and Nath means Lord who is ‘Lord of the Universe’. Know when is Jagannath Rath Yatra this time…

Jagannath Rath Yatra: Friday, 1 July 2022

Dwitiya Tithi starts: June 30, 2022 at 10:49 am

Second Date End: July 01, 2022 01:09
New chariots are made every year for the journey

Happy Rath Yatra 2022

The famous Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath will be taken out in the holy city of Puri in Odisha today. People from all over the world have started gathering in large numbers in Puri. In normal times, lakhs of people gather on the day of ‘Ashadhi Beej’ to have a glimpse of the deities and the procession en route to the Rath Yatra, which includes decorated elephants and several floats.

Gujarat’s Minister of State for Home Harsh Shanghvi said on Wednesday that 25,000 personnel of police, reserve police and Central Armed Police would be deployed at important places for the security of the Rath Yatra. Earlier, Sanghvi and Gujarat BJP President C.R. Patil visited the Lord Jagannath temple in Jamalpur area and took part in some rituals.

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“We will deploy 68 companies of State Reserve Police (SRP) and Central Armed Police Forces (CRPF) besides regular constables to maintain law and order during the Rath Yatra,” Sanghvi told reporters. He said that technology will be widely used for surveillance.Rath Yatra Near Me

The chariot of Lord Jagannath is called Nandighosh, whose height is 45.6 feet. Balarama’s chariot is named Taal Dhwaja and height is 45 feet, while Subhadra’s Darpadalan chariot is 44.6 feet high. The construction of new chariots starts from Akshaya Tritiya. New chariots are made every year. No nails or any other metal is used in making these chariots.

Happy Rath Yatra History Jagnnath Puri 2022

The famous Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath will be taken out in the holy city of Puri in Odisha today. People from all over the world have started gathering in large numbers in Puri. In normal times, lakhs of people gather on the day of ‘Ashadhi Beej’ to have a glimpse of the deities and the procession en route to the Rath Yatra, which includes decorated elephants and several floats. Rath Yatra History.