Rath yatra 2020 News: Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra have become ill due to excessive bathing on full moon day. All three are being treated with indigenous method in the temple’s Ansar Griha from last five June.
Rath yatra 2020 News: Dashmuli medicine
- On Tuesday, 10 wild herbs were pressed and fed. In this Dasamuli Daba, Krishna Parani, Shala Parani, Bel, Gamhari, Agibathu, Labig Koli, Ankranti, Tigokhara, Phanfana, Sunari, Vrhati, Patheli are combined to form the aushadhiya parts.
- These medicinal herbs are also mentioned in Ayurveda.
- According to tradition, Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra are healthy after two to three days of eating this suppressed.
- After feeding Dashmuli to Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra, it was distributed among the devotees as Prasad.
- There is a belief in the area that people stay away from disease for one year due to this suppressed drink.
Lord Jagannath health In Rathyatra 2020
- It is believed that after suppressing Lord Jaganath goes to health with his brother and sister. After this, Lord Jagannath will see devotees on the eye festival.
- On June 21, the eyes of Lord Jagannath will be seen in the form of new youth. Rath Yatra puri is on 23 June.
- The chariot fair will not be held this year due to Corona. No instructions have been received from the government regarding the organization of the Rath Yatra.
- The Rath Yatra is likely to be the only payback this year due to Corona.
Rath Yatra 2020 is organized on a large scale
- RathYatra of Lord Jagannath is organized on a large scale in Seraikela Kharsawan district.
- The annual Rath Yatra is the most important religious ritual in the Dwadash Yatras of Lord Jagannath of the world.
- RathYatra is organized in the district of Seraikela, Kharsawan, Haribhanja, Sini, Chandil, Gamharia, Dalikela, Santari, Jojokudma, Bandolohar, Chakdi, Potobeda etc. Rath Yatra has been organized in Seraikela and Kharsawan since the time of Raja-Rajwade.
- RathYatra is said to be organized in Seraikela and Kharsawan from the 17th century.