God jagannath images and wallpaper

God jagannath statue of Puri is quite different from other Vishnu forms worshipped in different parts of India. He is worshipped on a jeweled platform along with his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra. The statue is wooden and has large round eyes and wooden stumps as hands. During the rathyatra festival held annually every year, the lord Jagannath carries out his journey through the City of Puri along with his sister and brother which is watched by millions of people from all over the world. Lord Jagannath is the god who always hears the prayers of his devotees. So get spiritual by downloading God jaganaath images and wall paper and make your life a peaceful one.


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