Monday, June 23, 2014

Ahmedabad Rath Yatra Live Streaming

Ahmedabad Rath Yatra June 29-6-2014 - Live Streaming Website, Date, Time - Sri Jagannath Mandir Temple, Gujarat Ahmedabad Sri Jagannathji Temple 137th Rath Yatra is celebrated on June 29, 2014 (Sunday). In the previous years the festival timings were from 4 am to 9 pm IST. Rath Yatra started at 7 am IST.

Live Streaming:
Webcast, podcast, online stream of the Rath yatra can be seen in the official Temple website

Live Telecast:
Sri Jagannath Mandir Rath Yatra is also normally live telecast in Doordarshan DD Girnar (Gujarati). Last year Live telecast began at 3.50 am IST
The live telecast began in ETV Gujarati at 4 am in the morning. TV9 Gujarat, VTV Gujarat, Sandesh TV might also live telecast the festival.

The the previous years the puja schedule were as follows - Mangal Aarti to Lord Jagannath - 4 am; - Special Bhog Kichdi - 4.30 am; - Sri Jagannath will come to Rath at 6 am; - Rath Yatra starts at 7 am IST. - Rath Expected to Return to Temple at 6.30 pm

- Rath Travel Distance - 1.5 km. - In previous years - 18 Elephants, 101 trucks depicting Indian Culture, 30 Akkadas performing Aerobatics, 18 Bhajan Mandalis, Ras Garba, bands and others accompanied Lord Jagannath - Rath will Halt at Saraspur and then return to Temple. - Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is expected perform Pahindvidhi (pay obeisance by sweeping the path of Rath Travel)

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Next Year Ahmedabad Rath Yatra: In 2015, Ahmedabad Rath Yatra is on July 18, 2015 (Saturday) In 2016, Ahmedabad Rath Yatra is on July 6, 2016 (Wednesday)

Rathyatra 2014

The State of Gujarat in India conducts Jagannath Rath Yatra similar to the world famous Puri Jagannath Ratha Yatra and the most popular is the Ahmedabad Rath Yatra. In 2014, the date of Rath Yatra in Gujarat is June 29. The Rathas used in the Rath Yatra are small in size compared to the huge Rathas in Puri. In Gujarat, Rath Yatra is also held in many cities and towns like Bhavnagar, Vadodara, Gandhinagar, Surat and Porbandar. 

The Rath Yatras in various cities, towns and villages in Gujarat take place on the same day when the Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra takes place. Three small chariots with the idols of Lord Jagannath (Krishna), Balarama (Balabhadra) and Subhadra are pulled by the devotees through the cities, towns and villages. Thousands of devotees throng the streets on the day to have a ‘darshan’ of the deities. 

The Ahmedabad Rath Yatra has a history of more 130 years. The procession begins from the Jagannath temple in Jamalpur locality in Ahmedabad city and passes through a 14 km route. One of the main attractions during Ahmedabad Rath Yatra is the procession of caparisoned elephants. Decorated elephants take part in almost all the important rituals associated with the Ahmedabad Rath Yatra. 

Another important feature is the participation of Akhada Sadhus and Mahants and the numerous floats with different themes. After a day-long procession, the chariots with deities return to the Jamalpur Jagannath Temple.

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