Ritual involvement of Kakatapur Maa Mangala behind #Nabakalebara #Puri #Jagannath #Swopneswari #Manta
Ritual involvement of Kakatapur Maa Mangala behind #Nabakalebara #Puri #Jagannath #Swopneswari #Manta src FocusTV
Maa Mangala Temple (Oriya: ମା ମଙ୍ଗଳା ମନ୍ଦିର is a Mangala temple in Kakatpur, Puri, in the state of Orissa on the eastern coast of India.
Every twelve years when the Idols of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra are replaced during the Nabakalevara rite, Priests of the temple in Puri pray to Maa Mangala in the Kakatpur temple to give them divine guidance. The goddess appears in their dreams and reveals the location of the three divine Daru Bramha trees from which idols of the deities are made  “Maa Sarba Mangala” A book which contains real story of Maa Mangala and the spiritual connection between the Goddess and lord Jagannath (Puri). The ‘Bhaktas’ who really want to acquire knowledge on lord Jagannath and Goddess Maa Sarba Mangala must read the book which is written by Raghunandan Panda, Sebak of Maa Sarba Mangala. He was a teacher and belongs to Kakatpur. He has spent almost 25 years from his busy schedule in doing research on Kakatpur Mangala. He has shared all his experience in the form of his book which will enlighten the whole story. The book is available only in Kakatpur.
Maa Debe Thikana…(Nabakalebara Bana Jaga Yatra)
Daita Pati used to read the Swopneswari Manta before going for Daru searching near Godess .
Thakuranka Thikana…. In Search Of Lord’s Daru