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    Chariot Of Subhadra in Puri Rath Yatra - Darpadalana


    Category: Religious | Posted :Saturday, July 2, 2016

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    Chariot Of Subhadra in Puri Rath Yatra - Darpadalana

    How to identify the chariot of Subhadra in Puri Ratha Jatra

     
    The Chariot of Goddess Subhadra is known as Devadalana or Darpadalana or Padmadhwaja
     
    Goddess Subhadra, the sister of Lord JagannathJagannathJagannath
    King Indradyumna was a great devotee of Vishnu...
    and the chariot of Goddess Subhadra is a color of the covering of the chariot. The chariot of Subhadra has a Black and Red color cover and it is also the smallest of all chariots. 
     
    The chariot of Subhadra in the Puri Rath Yatra car festival is always placed between the chariots Jagannath and Balabhadra.
     
    The Ratha of Subhadra is known as Darpadalana and it has 12 wheels. It is the smallest among the other chariots. The chariot is also called as Padmadhwaja.
     
    The Chariot has 4 horses and the color of the horses is red. The height of the Chariot is 43 feet and it has 12 wheels. 
     
    The guardian deity of the chariot is Jayadurga and the charioteer is known as Arjuna.
     
    The flag hoisted on the chariot is called as Nadambika and the rope used to pull is called as Swarnachuda.
     
    The chariot also has nine other female deities - Chandi, Chamundi, Ugratara, Vanadurga, Shulidurga, Varahi, Shyamakali, MangalaMangalaMangala
    The planet Mars, for Hindus, is also a reference to God named Mangala...
    and Vimala.
     
     
     
    Here is some interesting point to be noted for Goddess Subhadra Chariot:
     
    1) Name  of the Chariot -  Devadalana or Darpadalana or Padmadhwaja
    2) Colour of cloth   - Red and Black
    3) Number of Wheels  -  12
    4) Diameter of wheels  -  6'0"
    5) Number of wooden pieces used   - 593
    6) Height of Chariot  -  12.9 m (43 feet)
    7) Length & Breadth  -  31’6’’ x 31’6’’
    8) Guarded by -   Jayadurga
    9) Gate Keepers  -  Ganga and Jamuna
    10) Name of the Charioteer  -  Arjuna
    11) Name of the Flag  -  Nadambika
    12) Weapons of the Chariot  -  Padma and Kalhar
    13) Power of the Chariot  -  Bhubaneswari and Chakra
    14) Number of Horses -   4
    15) Name of the Horses   - Rochika, Mochika, Jita, Aparajita
    16) Color of Horses   - Red
    17) Name of the Rope  -  Swarnachuda
    18) Face of the Chariot known as  -  Bhakti Sumedha, Chamar Hasta
    20) Rishis -   Bhrugu, Suprava, Bajra, Srungi, Dhruba, Ulluk.
     


     

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