Before entering the temple, the Trinity would be offered ‘Rasagola’ bhog on the chariots. With Niladri Bije (homecoming of the deities), the annual Rath Yatra of the deities will come to an end and the deities will give darshan to the devotees in the main temple.
It is a day of joy for the people residing in Odisha. The locals are celebrating Rasagola Day. To elaborate, they are celebrating the tradition of offering rasagola to Lord Jagannath and Goddess Laxmi on the day of Niladri Bije.
The mouthwatering sweet rasagola has always been a matter of discussion with regards to its origin. For some, it’s an emotional point and for some it’s fun. Since ages, this sweet has been associated with Shree Jagannath Temple, Puri in Odisha. According to media reports, it is said that Lord Jagannath himself offers the relishing sweet rasagola in order to please Goddess Laxmi.
Niladri Bije is a holy ritual. It is marked as a sacred day. Niladri Bije is the last day of Rath Yatra where Lord Jagannath offers rasagola in order to Goddess Laxmi in order to get entry into the temple. On this day, the Gods step into the temple after their yatra. It is said, on offering the sweet, the gates of the temple are opened for Lord Jaggannath.
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