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Jagannāth temple at Garoi

Om Shri Narayanāya Namah


Shri Jagannath Shri Balabhadra Maa Subhadraa temple at Garoi


His holiness Baba Shri Buddhanath Das, under the instruction of his Guru, initiated and got constructed the Jagannath temple at Garoi in the year 1993. The temple is more than 100 ft in height and is circled inside a reasonably sized temple-campus. The worshipped deities are Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra. The place Garoi is considered by the devotees as second "Shri-khsetra" and the "fifth dhaama". River Gobari has been declared as Gupta Ganga.



Along with temple of Lord Jagannath, also exists a temple of Lord Mahadev (Lord Shiva). The worshipped form is a Narmadeswar Shivling.

Shri Narmada Lingam Siddheswar Mahadev; outside view


Shri Narmada Lingam Siddheswar Mahadev
[close view from inside of the temple]


Shri Narmada Lingam Siddheswar Mahadev; inside view

Shri Narmada Lingam Siddheswar Mahadev
[close view from inside of the temple]

(click on image for a larger picture)



Worship of "Shiva and Shakti" forms an important part of the hindu tradition. Also present is a a temple of Tri-Shakti. Tri-Shakti means "the three powers" and combinedly refers to three Goddesses: Maha Kali, Maha Laxmi, and Maha Saraswati. Combinedly, the form is also sometimes referred to as Dakhsina Kali. Lord Shiva without Mother Shakti is Shava (corpse), hence, Lord Shiva is mostly accompanied with the Mother.

Tri-Shakti temple at Garoi (MahaKali, MahaLaxmi, MahaSaraswati); outside view

Tri-Shakti temple at Garoi (MahaKali, MahaLaxmi, MahaSaraswati)
[outside view of the temple]



The Lord-Jagannath culture is probably the only culture and tradition, where Brothers and Sister are together and are worshipped together. They are Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra (elder brother), and Maa Subhdra (the youngest of the three and their sister). However, worship of  Maa Mahalaxmi (the consort of Lord Jagannath or Lord Vishnu) holds an important part. In the temple premises, there is also a temple of Maa Mahalaxmi (image shown below).

Also, is established a temple of Goddess Mahalaxmi inside the Garoi temple, who is consort of Lord Jagannath


(Mahalaxmi temple at Garoi Shri Jagannath temple premises ->)

Mahalaxmi temple at Garoi (inside Shri Jagannath temple premises)


Garoi is rightly termed as the second "Shri-Khsetra" as it is constructed as a transit house of Lord Jagannāth.  All the houses and debris have got a limited life, The Jagannāth temple’s (the temple at the first or primary "Shri-Khsetra") life will be exhausted, and again after limited time will be re-constructed. Garoi will serve as the transit-house in this period of transition. The transition also includes transition of Kali Yuga to Satya Yuga. The temple has been built for the Satya Yuga. Satya, which is stepping in slowly, will have its foot established with full-might on about 22nd June 2017. There is no overnight change anticipated in this extremely difficult Yuga Karma (duty and work of the era). Mahapurusha Shri Shri Achyutananda Goswami has hinted in his Bhabisya Malikā (an oracle about the events of the future), that this Yuga Karma game will be played in secrecy (Shunya Khela or The Game of Shunya) with a Sandhi Kāla (i.e. with a transition period) of about 12 years. Many will remain ignorant of the game, some will have some hints but cannot dig and understand further, some devotees will be able to witness the happenings with a conscious, and will secretly wait for the re-establishment of the truth.



Shri Jagannath temple (view from outside)


Kindly concentrate on Lord Jagannath of Garoi who is named herein as Dadhi Bābana. This form is nothing but Anākāra Brahma and Anākāra Brahma is a form (in terms of "Shunya Yantra" ) of  Shunya Brahma. Anakar consists of  'A', 'AA', 'EE', 'U kar', 'E', & 'two  0,0'. 



A (pronounced like in Al.mighty) +
Ā(pronounced like in Alma mater) +
Ē(pronounced like in Tem.ple) +
U(pronounced like in +
E(pronounced like in +
O(pronounced like in Whole) +
M(· in the top; pronounced in a nasal)



His holiness Baba Shri Buddhanath Das, had prayed in his last birth that his Guru shall remain always with him. Accordingly Lord Jagannath had blessed him and had said that he (Baba) will establish a temple (the said temple of Lord Jagannath) towards the end of Kaliyuga at Garoi. From here the "Kalki Avatār" will appear and Kayibalya (Mahāprasad) will be prepared and all categories of Seers will be present in this place during the crucial Yugakarma. It is informative to state that, a large mass (in ancient Orissa - Udra desha) believe that Mahapurusha Shri Achyutanada had desceneded from Lord Jagannath. He is regarded as someone who has spiritually emerged with Lord Jagannath and has attained Godhood, and at the same time he also has his own identity. Hence he is called Mahapurusha (great man).