8:32 am - Friday December 15, 2017

Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra

Rath Yatra Celebration

Jagannath Elder-Brother Balabhadra(Balarama)-Sister Subhadra Picture

In Surat City of Gujarat at five different places Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra is arranged. Five different place are Jahangirpura Iskon Temple, Mahidharpura Ghodiya Bawa Temple, Amroli Vijay Lanka Hanuman Temple, Pandesara Jagannath MahaPrabhu Temple. From among all these Iskon Temple Rath Yatra is Cheif and Big.


About Iskon Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra

Iskon Rath Yatra starts from Surat Railway Station at 2:30 pm after Lord Jagannath Aarti. From railway station it come at majurageta through ring road and come at jahangirpura temple through sardar bridge. First aarti at station is done by Collector Shri A.J.Shah, Sh. M. K. Das Municipal Commissioner, Surat police commissioner Rakesh Asthana.


Preparation Of Rath Yatra

Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra at Surat City is arranged by iskon temple since 1994. Almost 50,000 or more people gather in this God Rath Yatra Last Year. Rath of God Jagannath is decorated with flowers and lighting. Iskon Temple made prasadi of 200 kg (Khir) to give devotee that come in Rath Yatra or who meet on the way of Rath Yatra. To maintain law and order in the Surat city PI 27, PSI 79, SRP Section 14, 2 SRP companies, 200 Home Guard are arranged.


About Amroli Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra

Lanka Vijay Hanuman Temple Rath Yatra starts from this temple at 3:00 pm. Lanka Vijay Hanuman Temple Surat arrange rath yatra since 27 year.


Jagannath Rath Yatra Surat – Five Rath Yatra Root

1. Iskon Rath Yatra : Jahangir Pura, Sahara Darwaja, Ring Road, Majura Gate, Athwagate, Sardar Bridge, Jahangir Pura Temple.
2. Mahidharpura Rath Yatra : Ghodia Bawa Temple, near Place
3. Amroli Rath Yatra : Lanka Vijay Hanuman Temple, Gajera Circle, Amroli Char Rasta.
4. Pandesara Rath Yatra : Jagannath Maha Prabhu Temple, Pandesara Temple, Mahadev Nagar, Sakti Nagar, Piyush Circle, Press Colony.
5. Sachin Rath Yatra : Jagannath Temple, Kanakpur Hausing, Krushan Kunj Soci., Mausi Maa Temple.

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