Lord Jagannath Temple (in Odia: ଶ୍ରୀ ଜଗନ୍ନାଥ ମନ୍ଦିର) in Puri, Odisha a Vishnu temple where the trinity presiding deities Mahaprabhu Shree Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra are worshiped on Ratnabedi along with Sudarshan Chakra. The temple was built between 11th century and early 12th century A.D.
This temple is also one of the four 'Char Dhams' of Lord Vishnu in India. Many devotees and pilgrims rush to this temple daily to take Darshan of these trinity deities. And during the famous ‘Ratha Yatra’ festival, millions of devotees from across globe gathers here to celebrate the annual car festival of the Lord and to pull these three newly built wooden chariots on the occasion of Shri Gundicha.
On the grand road, with a distant of 3 Kms. From main temple of Lord Jagannath, the Gundicha Temple ( Mausi Maa Mandir ) is the favorite place for Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra. These Trio Deities come to this temple once in a year for 10 days during the world famous Ratha Yatra time. Apart from for these 10 days, this temple remained vacant; but regular rituals are performed every day.
Loknath Temple is a famous 10th-11th century A.D. Sive temple situated just 1Km. from Puri Jagannath temple towards the western end. It is said that Lord Ram in Tretaya yug, had established this Linga of Lord Siva. Devotees who are visiting Jagannath temple often visit Loknath temple take mercy of Lord Loknath.
Apart From These Major Temples, Puri Has Numerous Temples Such As Ardhasani Temple, Dasavatara Temple, Daksinakali Temple, Syamakali Temple, Ahstachandi Temple, Manikarnika, Chakratirtha Temple, Siddha Mahavir Temple, Temple Of Seven Mother Goddesses, Chhatia Jagannath Temple, Sakhigopal Temple.