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Sandhya alati of Lord Jagannath of Puri



Sandhya alati is the offering of lamp
To the deities Lord Jagannath
Lord Balabhadra and goddess Subhadra
If there is no afternoon pahada this lamp offering
Takes place after afternoon dhupa
After change of clothes
On Ekadasi days the deities change their clothes
and wear other sets after alati is over .

Ekadasi means 11th days of dark and bright fortnight
Of the month .
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Poem reflects life . In this sense poem reflects the world and also the cosmos and also beyond that. The sun can not reach where the poet can reach easily . To compose poem is to compose world order and I am thankful to God the almighty who allotted this duty to me . How far I have done successfully I do not know . I know I am getting full satisfaction in composing poem and enjoying it utmost . It is through poem only world peace comes in to being I believe. Thanks .I am Gajanan Mishra S/O Late Bhagabana Mishra . Born in the year 1960 at a Village Called Patnagarh(Tikapali)Balangir Odisha, India and now residing at Tapobana , Titilagarh,Balangir Odisha,India . I am influenced by my father in this regard . He always used to say Raja puja pae aapana deshare Kabi puja pae desabideshare . It means The king is worshipped by the people of his own country while the poet is worshipped by the people within and outside the country . Since childhood I started my writting in Kosli,odia and english languages . Kosli is the local language, Odia the state language and english international language . So far Fifteen collections have been published in Kosli and odia languages . Won several awards within and outside state . First collection of poems 'SARBANAM' published in the year 1987 . The latest 'Abyaya' published in the year 2010 . Besides Research work on The Ramayan ' Pancharama' published in the year 2000 . Yakin Karo to and Abyaya also published in Hindi language . more…

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