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Jagarnathpur




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Jagarnath Temple, Jagarnathpur - Side View Page9

There are a few legends regarding the origin of the Jagarnath temple at Jagarnathpur. According to the aboriginals, an Oraon servant of the Thakur of Barka- garh Estate, within which Jagarnath- pur falls, had accompanied the Thakur to Puri. The Oraon servant had become an ardent devotee of Lord Jagarnath at Puri and fasted Continuously for seven days and nights.

After a week's fast he felt hungry at about mid-night and asked for food when everyone was asleep. He muttered a few words that he was hungry and suddenly he saw a man bringing him food and water in gold vessels. Next morning the temple authorities found that the gold vessels, which were the property of the Mandir, were missing from the locked room. The servant came to know of the commotion about the theft and produced the gold vessels which had been left by his side.




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