SRI SRI JAGANNATHA CHETANA

Sri Sri Jagannatha Chetana (SSJC) is a charitable Trust registed on 12.9.2003 with an aim to serve the people thoug various educativ, eradicative and promotive activities. within the short span of 4 years the SSJC has been recognised among the the people not as an organisation but a unique socio-spiritual movement among the rural peopel trough. 443 Matru Mandali and a group of 10 Lady Motivator (SEVAVRATA) under the able guidance of Guruma Annapurna Devi.There are in India numerous religious cults and creeds that draw inspiration from the Vedas and also from other important Hindu scriptures. The pantheistic way of Indian religious life has resulted in the establishment of a large number of centers of worship all over the country dedicated to various gods and, goddesses by different sects and communities. There are evidences in history that at some point of time, there were bloody clashes between different communities each eulogizing its communal gods and goddesses. Such internal feuds among the religious communities helped in the growth of Jainism and Buddhism.
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Jagannatha Swami

When we think of the Puri temple, we also think of the presiding deities therein as well as the pattern of cultural life that is in vogue around it, which inspire the pilgrims with the lofty ideal of emotional integration in the country. Hence the cult of Jagannatha as we call it now (by way of translating the words Jagannatha Dharma) has to be understood, interpreted and appreciated with all its social, cultural, religious and spiritual implications. Thus, the glory and greatness of Jagannathism may be brought out in the following manner. At a time when Jagannatha gained immense popularity all important religious cults and creeds known to the people of India in' those days were assimilated into the texture of Jagannathism. Such a board-based system of religious life is not to be found anywhere in the world.'
Jagannath

Jagannath

At a time when Jagannatha gained immense popularity all important religious cults and creeds known to the people of India in' those days were assimilated into the texture of Jagannathism. Such a board-based system of religious life is not to be found anywhere in the world.' .
Jagannath Swami

Jagannath Swami

 Thus, Jagannatha is equally claimed by the aboriginal tribes and the Vedic Hindus to be their original deity of worship. When we think of the Puri temple, we also think of the presiding deities therein as well as the pattern of cultural.
Nayana Patha Gami

Nayana Patha Gami

Hence the cult of Jagannatha as we call it now (by way of translating the words Jagannatha Dharma) has to be understood, interpreted and appreciated with all its social, cultural, religious and spiritual implications.
Bhaba Tume

Bhaba Tume

The Puranic texts corroborate that Jagannatha was originally a deity of the aboriginal tribes and was known as Nila Madhava, his image being made of some sort of blue stone.

A spiritual programme at Kali Puja pendal in charampa Bhadrak for maintening communal harmony.

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A spiritual programme at Kali Puja pendal in charampa Bhadrak for maintening communal harmony.

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