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=> Recently, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has written about the potential threats of the Puri Heritage Corridor project.
=> Structural threat:
=> Flaunting AMASR Act:
Puri Heritage Corridor Project:
The entire temple complex is enclosed within two concentric walls, the Kuruma Bheda (Inner wall) and the Meghnad Pachira (Wall).
There are four gates to the temple-
The main entrance to the temple is through Singhadwara located on the Eastern Front of the temple with three other entrances along with the four cardinal directions.
The Nilachakra – Or the Blue wheel perched on top of the temple is made of eight metals or ashtadhatu.
The Aruna stambha- the 33 ft monolith structure pillar in front of the Singhadwar or the main entrance of the temple was originally located at the Sun Temple, Konark.
=> Devasnana Purnima: Annual bathing ritual, where the holy trinity is brought out from their sanctum seated in a raised platform and bathed with purified water drawn from a well within the temple premises.
=> Chariot Festival: This happens during the month of June/July. During the festival, the Lord comes out to the street to greet his devotees, people irrespective of caste, creed & colour can seek his blessings.
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