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God Jagannath with Krishna and Gauranga - 4x6 Inch Frame

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  • Category: Religion (Jagannath)
  • Code: NIN_0033
  • Item ID: 1052492
  • 4x6 Inch Print.
  • Includes 4x6 Inch Matte Black Frame.
  • Front-loading Glass Design makes Swapping Photos Quick and Easy.
  • Polished Edge Glass for your Safety, Thin Profile for a Sleek and Clean Look.
  • Ready for Wall Hanging either Vertically or Horizontally, Includes a Snap-in Easel for Table Top Display.
  • Seller: NinassArts
  • Availability: 10
  • Ships from: NJ, USA
  • Ships in: 5 Business day(s)
  • Transit time: 7 Business day(s)
  • Delivery by: Jun 27 to Jun 29

In Hinduism, Jagannath is a deity worshipped in regional traditions of Hinduism in India and Bangladesh. Jagannath is considered a form of Vishnu. He is part of a triad along with his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra.


To most Vaishnava Hindus, Jagannath is an abstract representation of Krishna; to some Shaiva and Shakta Hindus, he is a symmetry-filled tantric representation of Bhairava; to some Buddhists, he is a symbolic representation of the Buddha in the Buddha-Sangha-Dhamma triad; to some Jains, his name and his festive rituals are derived from Jeenanath of Jainism tradition.


The icon of Jagannath is a carved and decorated wooden stump with large round eyes and a symmetric face, and the icon has a conspicuous absence of hands or legs. The worship procedures, sacraments and rituals associated with Jagannath are syncretic] and include rites that are uncommon in Hinduism. Unusually, the icon is made of wood and replaced with a new one at regular intervals.


The origin and evolution of Jagannath worship is unclear Some scholars interpret hymn of the Rigveda as a possible origin, but others disagree and state that it is a syncretic deity with tribal roots.] His name does not appear in the traditional Dashavatara (ten avatars) of Vishnu though in certain Odia literature, Jagannath has been treated as the ninth avatar, as a substitute for or the equivalent of the Shakyamuni Buddha.

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