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Welcome to Shree Shree Jagannath Mandir

Shree Shree Jagannath Mandir is dubbed to be Odisha’s second Puri Jagannath temple. The seventy-eight feet high scintillating shrine has been constructed on a sprawling three acres of land on the premises of Balasore town Balgopalpur initated by the Emami Paper Mill Limited.

Kadacit kalindi tata vipina sangita kabara mudabhiri-nari-vadana-kamala-swada-madhupah-rama-sambhu-brahmamara-pati-ganesarchita-pado-jagannathah swami nayana-patha-gami bhava tume


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  • Accomodation Facilities

    Keeping in mind the needs of the devotees, the Administration has come up with Accomodation Facilities..read more →

  • Booking

    Devotees can book for Darshan of the Lord Balgopalpur Online. read more →

  • Programmes

    A list of day to day or future events or special Darshan Programs of the Lord Balgopalpur. read more →

  • Near By Places

    Keeping in mind the enthusiasm of the devotees, the places located nearby the temple are listed. read more →

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Day Schedules

  • 5 am

    Dwarpitha And Mangla Aarati

  • 6 am


  • 6 am to 6:30 am


  • 6:45 am


  • 7 am to 8:00 am


  • 8 am


  • 8 am to 8:30 am

    Rosha Homa Surya Puja and Dwarapal

  • 9 am

    Gopala Ballava Puja

  • 10 am

    Sakala Dhupa (Morning Food Offering)

  • 11 am to 1:00 pm

    Mailam and Bhoga Mandap,Madhyanha (Afternoon food offering)

  • 1pm to 1:30 pm

    Madhyanha Pahudha

  • 7 pm to 8:00 pm

    Sandhya Aarati

Important Facts About Mandir

Important Facts about mandir

The temple appears as if it is built on the wheels of a big chariot.

The temple of Lord Jagannath has been built in an area of 4300 square feet. There are temples of Lord Shiva, Maa Bimala, Goddess Laxmi, Lord Ganesh and Sankat Mochan Hanuman inside the campus built in an area of 380 square feet each.

The temple of Lord Jagannath has been built in sand-stone. The architecture of this temple follows the classical pattern of the Sri Jagannath temple of Puri where the main tower rises above the inner sanctum that houses the deities and a subsidiary towe risng above ante-all. In front of the main temple there is Aruna Stambha.

Important Facts about mandir

The main entrance of the temple faces the rising sun.

The temple complex is surrounded by a rectangular wall (Meghanada Prachira). There are four gates on all four sides in both the walls. The main gate is called Simha Dvara or the lions gates, beacause of the two huge statues of lions in its front.

The temple complex covers four exclusive blocks. The main temple is 61 feet high and is built on elevated ground of 22 rising steps making it look more impressive. There is a wheel on top of the Jagannath Temple made of an alloy of eight metals (asta-dhatu). It is called the Nila Chakra (Blue Wheel). The temple complex also annexes a kitchen complex and living rooms for the priests.