Devotional atmosphere marks Snana Purnima at Baripada Temple

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | June 22, 2024 IST

At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings

Baripada, June 22: Smoothly and devoutly, the Deva Snana Purnima Utsav, a festival dedicated to the Trinity—Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra, and Devi Subhadra commenced at Dwitiya Shreekshetra (Second Shreekshetra), Baripada. Thousands of devotees congregated at Hari Baladevjiew Temple to witness the ritualistic bathing of the deities with great reverence. Amidst mantras and chants of 'Jay Jagannath', the deities were ceremoniously escorted from Ratna Singhasan to the bathing platform in Goti Pahandi.

At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings.

The deities were to be adorned in Hati Besha attire before being moved to the 14-day Anasar Ghar, a special residence for their recuperation. The Hari Baladevjiew Temple, established in 1575 by King Baidyanath Bhanjadeo of the Bhanjabansa Dynasty, has observed the Snana Purnima Utsav for centuries.

To ensure the event's smooth functioning, three police platoons, led by an Additional SP, three DSPs, 44 officers, and 74 Home Guards, managed the crowd. Additionally, 12 officers oversaw traffic management in the city.

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At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
At approximately 4:30 am, the deities were ushered to the Snana Mandap, where they received ablutions with raw coconut and Ganga water, followed by 108 pots of aromatic water each. Subsequently, the Chandanlagi ritual adorned them with sandalwood paste, and priests performed Sakal Dhupa offerings
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