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Let's pull the rope of the Rath and acclaim "Jai Jagannath". Rath Yatra, also known as the Festival of Chariots, is a famous and important Hindu festival where three chariots are pulled by the devotees. It is celebrated around the world, but the most famous and largest celebration takes place at the Jagannath temple in Puri, India. The procession of the deities, in specially designed chariots called Rath, is a spectacle that attracts thousands of devotees. It is believed that participating in the Rath Yatra and pulling the chariots cleanses one's sins and grants blessings. The chariots carry their deities to Gundicha Devi's temple which is also known as 'Mousi Ma' temple, believed to be the Masi or maternal aunt of Lord Jagannath. Rath Yatra is dedicated mainly to Lord Jagannath, who is also considered as Lord Krishna. These three chariots carry three deities - Lord Jagannath, Lord Balaram ( elder brother of Jagannath ), and Devi Suvadra ( younger sister of Jagannath ). It is a very joyous festival that enlightens the hearts of children with happiness. On this special occasion, children usually like to pull nicely decorated chariots, throning the three deities on it. It is also very cherishing to see the little angels of Pre-Primary of STEM World School enjoying the vibes of Rath Yatra with their smiles and laughter. Let's get involved with their happiness. Happy Rath Yatra.
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