The online streaming of Rath Yatra, you’re going to watch is from the webcast by NIC. They are providing it from Doordarshan telecast link. The live video comes from Puri Bada Danda with DD Camera. Rath Yatra is not only celebrated in India, but also in other countries like USA, England, Russia and cities like Newyork (NYC), Houston, Baltimore, Dublin, Belfast, Birmingham, London, Budapest, Melbourne, Montreal, Paris, Singapore, Toronto, Antwerp, Kuala Lumpur and Venice, CA.
Other than Rath Jatra in Puri, Baripada Rath Yatra and ISKCON Rath Yatra will also celebrate among Oriya and Krishana Devotees. Because, Sri Jagannath is regarded as one of the avatar of Lord Krishna. In Bangalore, the Car Festival also celebrated at Agara Jagannath Temple with the grand presence of Odias present there.
The festival is also known as Gundicha Jatra, Ghosa Jatra, Navadina Jatra, Dasavatara Jatra and by a variety of other names. In English, people termed it as Car Festival. Ratha yatra – the Festival of Chariot is celebrated every year at Puri, the temple town in Orissa, on the second (dwitiya) day of shukla pakshya of Ashadh Maas (3rd month in Lunar Calendar).
Watch Rath Yatra 2017 Live telecast, Live Streaming, Live VideoWatch World famous Puri Rath Yatra Live 2017. Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra or car festival of Puri Jagannath temple is one of the largest religious ceremonies of India. This year Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra 2017 date is June 25th, Wednesday Rath yatra commemorates the journey of Lord Krishna from Gokul to Mathura. This annual festival is celebrated on Ashad Shukla Dwitiya (second day in bright fortnight of Ashad month).So get Ready to watch 2016 live rath yatra on 18th July over here.
Many Oriya channels provide telecast the Rath Yatra live, you can watch live ratha yatra on OTV, Sarthak TV, Doordarshan, MBC TV with live Odia Commentary.
Huge crowds surrounding the shrine of Jagannath, Lord of the Earth which is drown through the streets. This is the annual Rath Yatra of Jagannath in Puri. Various shots of the huge crowd of people following the shrine along the street chanting and dancing as they move.