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Lord Jagannath Photo Frame - 10 Inches * 12.5 Inches

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Lord Jagannath is considered an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, one of the principal deities in Hinduism. He is worshipped as the lord of the universe (Jagat-Natha), hence the name Jagannath. Alongside...

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  • Lord Jagannath is considered an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, one of the principal deities in Hinduism. He is worshipped as the lord of the universe (Jagat-Natha), hence the name Jagannath.
  • Alongside his siblings, Balabhadra (Balarama) and Subhadra, he forms the divine triad known as the "Purushottama trinity" or the "Balabhadra-Subhadra-Jagannath" trio.
  • Jagannath worship transcends caste, creed, and religion, fostering a sense of unity among diverse communities. The Jagannath Temple in Puri is known for its tradition of offering the Mahaprasad, food sanctified by the deities, to all devotees without discrimination.
  • THE LEGEND - There was once a king named Indradyumna who ruled over the kingdom of Malwa. Despite being a devout follower of Lord Vishnu, he was unable to find an idol that he could worship. Determined to fulfill his devotion, he embarked on a pilgrimage to seek guidance from the sages. During his journey, he met a sage named Vidyapati who told him about an ancient prophecy. The prophecy stated that Lord Vishnu would appear in the form of Nila Madhava, a blue-colored deity, and the king must find and worship him.

    Indradyumna was determined to find Nila Madhava, and after years of searching, he finally received a divine revelation directing him to the Nilagiri Hills in Odisha. There, he met a tribal chief named Vishwakarma who agreed to help him find the idol. However, Vishwakarma had one condition: the king must promise not to interrupt the sculpting process until it was completed. The king agreed, and Vishwakarma began sculpting the idol inside a cave. However, as days passed, the king grew anxious and impatient. Unable to resist his curiosity, he eventually peeked into the cave before the idol was completed. As a result of the king's impatience, Vishwakarma disappeared, leaving the idol unfinished. Despite this, Indradyumna decided to install the incomplete idol in the temple he constructed in Puri, known as the Jagannath Temple. The deity came to be known as Lord Jagannath, the Lord of the Universe.

  • The art arrive ready to hang with pre installed brackets for simple installation, it is a best gift for marriage anniversary, wedding gift,house warming, birthday, office/shop inauguration etc.
  • Water Splash Proof, Easy To Clean and Ready to Hang. Comes in a sturdy pack for safe delivery.

     

     

     

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