श्री जगन्नाथ मंदिर (Odia: ଶ୍ରୀ ଜଗନ୍ନାଥ ମନ୍ଦିର, Shri Jagannath Mandir) dedicated to Lord Jagannath near Hauz Khas Metro Station (Gate No 3).
The Deities, Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, Subhadra and Chakra Sudarshan are made of margosa(Neem) wood. Read More About Temple
5:30 AM - 11:00 AM, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Nila Chakra (Asta-dhatu)
Drinking Water, Prasad, Puja Samagri, CCTV Security, Shoe Stores
Sree Neelachala Seva Sangh
1969 (First Rath Yatra: 1 April 1979)
Shree Neelachala Seva Sangha
Kalinga Buddhist Architecture
Bhagwan Jagannath Marg, Block - C Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016
011 - 26966978, 26868488
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Photo Gallery Photo in Full View
Aruna Stambha Pillar From Security Entry
A Lion from Singhadwara (The Lion Gate)
Shri Narayan with Left Shri Brahama Ji and right Lord Shiv
A Full View of Temple From Outside
Main Entry Gate with Three Shikhar with Two Lions
The Nila Chakra with Eight Navagunjaras and Yellow Flag top of Vimana
Garbhagriha with Right Support of Temple
A Full View of Main Temple with Singhadwara
Full Left Side Lord Shiv Temple
A Front View of Garbhagriha Along with Two Supporting Temples
Top Most Part of The Vimana
Shri Nandi From Outside of Lord Shiv Mandir
Aruna Stambha Pillar with Two Temples
Full View of Aruna Stambha Pillar and Two Temples
View of White Main Shikhar
Nila Chakra and Flag on The Top of Viman
One of The Lion from Singhadwara on Outer Gate
Two Temple Entry Gates one Centre Entry for Office with Two Pair of Singhadwara
Three Continuous Aligned Shikhar
Full View of Three Continuous Aligned Shikhar
Architectural Design of Temple
Wall Paint of Shri Narayana Lakshmi in Cheersagar
Main Entry for Basement having Office and Guest House
A Outer View of Temple From Outside of Temple
Architectural Design and Wall Decoration
Two Dham From Entry Point
Green and Colorful Garden Area
Peacock, Nila Chakra and Yellow Flag on The Top
More About Temple
The Jagannath Temple in New Delhi, India is a modern temple built by the Oriya community. The lord Jagannath temple houses the idols of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Maa Subhadra besides Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha, Maa Lakshmi, Maa Vimala and Maa Tarini.
In Delhi, the rath yatra was taken out in different areas. The largest show is at the Jagannath temple of Shree Neelachala Seva Sangh in Hauz Khas village in South Delhi, where over one-and-a-half lakh devotees takes part in the procession.
Maha-prasada is pure vegetarian spiritual food offered to Lord Jagannath. Just by eating this maha-prasada one makes great spiritual advancement.
The Singhadwara is so named because two huge statues of crouching lions exist on either side of the entrance.
The Nila Chakra is a disc with eight Navagunjaras carved on the outer circumference, with all facing towards the flagpost above. It is made of alloy of eight metals (Asta-dhatu). Vimana is a term for the tower above the Garbhagriha. Aruna Stambha Pillar in the foreground of Singhadwara (The Lion Gate)
Shri Jagannath Mandir on Map