Puri Rath Yatra begins
For Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra begins in 2021, the Supreme Court authorised the taking of Jagannath Yatra in a restricted radius, good news from committed faithful. It would take place in a limited radius surrounding Puri on July 12. The Jagannath Rath Yatra 2021 is to be conducted only in Puri, according to the Supreme Court judgement. The Supreme Court of Canada has also banned Rath Yatra in all of Odisha given the growing breakdown of the COVID-19 Delta Plus form, and the probability of a third wave.
Only a symbolic yatra trial was held in the districts, following the rejection by the High Court of Gujarat denied permission for the traditional public procession after the Pandemic.
The Yatra usually begins on the second (Dwitiyya Tithi) day in the Hindu month of Aashadha; (waxing phase of the Moon). The event is currently held in June or July, according to the Gregorian calendar.
The temple of Jagannath is one of the four pilgrimages of Hinduism, of immense religious value. Ratha Yatra is due to take place this year on Monday 12 July 2021. Dwitiya Tithi starts at 7:47 am on 11 July 2021 and closes at 8:19 am on 12 July 2021.
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This year’s Rath Yatra would not allow devotees in Puri Chariot pullers with negative RT-PCR test findings and those completely vaccinated to attend Rath Yatra in Puri. Puri will be allowed to attend. In Odisha’s Puri, the Rath Yatra celebration will take place this year without pilgrims like the previous year and rigorous adherence to the protocols for the development of coronavirus diseases (Covid-19), in order to prevent the spread of the viral disease, according to Jagannath Temple, on Friday.
Rath Yatra, the annual Lord Jagannath celebration, has been conducted in July in Puri for generations. In June, the government of Odisha declared that the Yatra will start on 12 July this year.
The devotees of Rath Yatra are not permitted. Chariot pullers and those completely immunised with negative RT-PCR test findings will be allowed to participate in the Yatra. About 1,000 authorities would be deployed with the exception of Police staff,” Ajay Jena, the Puri Jagannath Temple Administrator, told India Taza on Friday.
Jena further said that ceremonies will be permitted for 3,000 servants and 1,000 temple officials and RT-PCR testing in all four locations of Puri since Thursday.
Earlier this week, in Odisha other than Puri, the Supreme Court rejected Rath Yatra, stating that the people were to pray at home at a time when Covid-19 disease pandemics was occurring in this country.
The Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana said Tuesday that he dismissed a number of pleas to allow Yatra in the state regions of the Baripada, Sasang, Nilagiri and Kendrapara. At home, you can do it. I wanted to travel to Puri as well, but I couldn’t go due to the epidemic in the last year and a half. It’s not the moment. At home, I pray.” I pray. CJI Ramana’s three-man bench indicates that more people are dying this year.
Ancient Time History
At the uninitiated Jagannath Puri shrine, Shri Jagannathji, Balabhadraji and Subhadraji are worshipped. King Chodagan Dev built the present temple in the 12th century. The temple is constructed in the manner of Kalinga. The Temple of Gundicha, three kilometres from the temple of Puri, was driven by Shri Yagannathji, Balabhadraji and Subhadraji, in a separate chariot to the aunt’s house. After an 8-day visit, they come back to the Puri temple.
Every year, Dwitiya Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Ashadh month begins Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra and ends eight days late with Shri Jagannathji, Balabhadraji and Subhadraji’s homecoming on Dashami Tithi.
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The Odisha administration has also taken a categorical decision by preventing Rath Yatra from being allowed in any city other than Puri, reports Hindustan Times on Thursday.
CEO Naveen Patnaik, however, inspected the preparations for Rath Yatra Thursday and requested collaboration from all parties, including devotees, in accordance with the Covid-19 procedures for the successful execution of the event. Patnaik thanked the people for their support in organising Yatra successfully last year. According to an official release, the devotees can witness this year’s events on TV and social media.
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