Shree Jagannath Temple Administration, Chandigarh never accepts any donation/offerings from the Devotees for Online Puja. So devotees are requested on behalf of the Temple Administration to be careful against fraudulent sites offering for such services. Chief Administrator, Jagannath Mandir, Chandigarh.

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Rath Yatra - Sunday, 7th July 2024

Bahuda Yata (Home Return) - Monday, 15th July 2024

Upcoming Events

Deba Snana Purnima - June 22, 2024
Netra Utsav - July 7, 2024
Rath Yatra - July 7, 2024

Daily Programme

Mangal Aarti - 5:30 AM
Sringar Aarti - 6:30 AM
Madhyan Aarti - 12:00 PM
Temple close - 12:30 PM
Temple open - 4:00 PM
Sandhya Aarti - 6:30 PM
Bhajan Sandhya - 7:00 PM
Sayan Aarti - 9:00 PM
Temple Close - 9:30 PM

About Us

Utkal Sanskrutik Sangh is a cultural organization and Neelachal Trust is a charitable trust located in Chandigarh. Both are committed to spreading the Jagannath Culture and propagating Lord Jagannath's glory, particularly in Chandigarh and adjacent areas. Cultural programmes are organized from time to time for this purpose.


The temple's groundbreaking ceremony occurred on Holi in 1982, with construction starting thereafter.


Situated in Sector-31 D, the temple obtained necessary approvals from defense authorities.

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About Sri Jagannath Temple

The deities of the Sri Jagannath Temple are generally known as the Trimurti(Trinity) though, to the scholars, they are Chaturdhaa murtis (or images, 4 in number). Some think that originally there was only Jagannath as the object of worship and when Neela Madhava disappeared, King Indradyumna fabricated the body of Jagannath out of a log of wood that was picked up from the sea, as per a divine direction received by the King. Scholars holding the view that originally the Present-day Trinity was not there, cite the example of a Temple found in the Cuttack District in Orissa (belonging perhaps to the seventh century A.D.) where the images only of Jagannath and Balabhadra have been carved and Subhadra is not to be seen there.It is, therefore, believed that when there was a great resurgence of Saktism from the 7th century onwards, there was a successful attempt to install an image of the Mother Goddess (Durga or Sakti) in the Puri Temple by the side of Jagannath. According to some others, installation of the image of Durga or Sakti (who is also known as Bhadraa, Mangalaa etc.) might have taken place during the visit of Sankaraachaarya to Puri.

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Each visit to the Jagannath Temple fills me with inner peace and strength, making it a cherished sanctuary in my life.


Attending the Rath Yatra organized by the Jagannath Temple was an unforgettable experience filled with celebration & unity.


5. With the blessings of Lord Jagannath, may our country scale new heights of growth. May every Indian be happy and prosperous. Jai Jagannath!