Salvation or Moksha is critical to the human cycle of birth and rebirth. And one of the easiest ways to achieve Moksha is to give oneself to the Lord of Lords, Lord Jagannath. Lord Jagannath, along with his brother Lord Balabhadra and sister Lord Subhadra form the pillar of faith for Hindus across the world. Commonly called the Puri Trinity or the Holy Trinity, the three Lords are so revered that Puri, the place where the three Gods are located, is accorded as one of the four critical Dhams (religious places) that Hindus must visit during their lifetime for salvation.
Salvation has been so paramount to cultures and traditions and so centric to the Puri Trinity that Aboriginal (tribal) cults, classical Brahminism, Tantric Hinduism, Shakti cults, Vaishnavism, Shaivism, and even Buddhism and Jainism have tried fathoming the cult of the Puri Trinity. Each of these cultures have significantly contributed to the mysticism and enigma of the Puri Trinity. Each of these cults interpret and visualize the Puri Trinity in a unique and divine fashion. A reflection of these contributions can be found in the rituals and the rites of the Puri Trinity.
Among the thirty three crore (three hundred thirty million) Gods that Hindus worship, the Lords of the Puri Trinity are uniquely different in every aspect.
They are the only core Gods who are made of wood.
They are the only core Gods who are regenerated frequently just like the cycle of life (Nabakalebara).
They are the only core Gods who have non-anthropomorphic shape or artistic aspect.
They are the only core Gods who are not Avatars.
They are the only core Gods who do not have Vahanas.
And the list continues.
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