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Sri Krishna Kathamrita No.13
Patita-Pavana: The Most Merciful Lord
- Srila Prabhupada’s explanation of the ‘anarpita-carīṁ cirāt’ verse.
- Sri Srimad Gour Govinda Swami speaks on the darshan of Patita-Pavana Jagannath.
- An article exploring the origin of the deity of Patita-Pavana Jagannath, from the life stories of Salabeg and King Ramachandra Dev II.
- Jagannath’s Muslim Devotee — An article about the life of Salabeg – one of the most famous devotees of Lord Jagannath in Orissa, who was ironically refused entry into the temple.
- An article on the pastimes of Lord Jagannath with Dasia Bauri – another famous devotee in Orissa who was denied entry in the temple due to being an outcaste.
- An article on Lord Jagannath’s mercy on Aurangzeb – one of the most tyrannical rulers of India.
- An article on details of the ‘dayana’ festival of Lord Jagannath, wherein Krishna and Balaram steal dayana plants, only to get caught and punished. Includes pictures and procedural details.
- The Oriya poet Dina Krishna Das – An article on one of the most famous Gaudiya Vaishnava poets of Orissa.
- ‘Jaya Jaya Jagannatha’ – A fresh translation of a song by Dina Krishna Das, which is sung daily in the temple of Lord Jagannath.
- Injunctions Regarding Entry – Details from the ‘Nīlādri-mahodaya’ – a sthala-purāṇa exploring the details of who should be allowed and who shouldn’t.
- Jagannatha’s British Guardian – An article behind the unusual story of how the current policy of denying entries to foreigners was ironically enacted under the British Rule.
- Famously Refused – An article listing some of the famous personalities who were refused entry in the temple.
- The Opulence of Puri – Explores the question “If Jagannath and Patita-Pavana are secondary names of the Lord, and if Puri is an abode of opulence, why did Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu address the Lord as Jagannath and make his residence in Puri?”
- Only Hindus are allowed – A completely different perspective on the Ratha-Yatra festival, describing the mood of Lakshmi Devi when Lord Jagannath leaves for Gundicha Temple.
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