His wife was angry that He did not take Her with Him.
She followed His path and damaged His chariot and returned to their home..
After enjoying His Yatra (journey/travel/trip) with His siblings, He returned home.
His wife let His elder brother and sister enter the gate, but did not let Him enter.
She was raspy and said- NO!
The situation was somber.
He tried reasoning with Her and answered Her queries.
(Obedient husband indeed!)
Next, to placate Her, He offered Her some delicious sweets named Rasagolas.
|Rasagola- A sweet/dessert that originated in Odisha, India|
His wife said a sweet YES!
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Rath Yatra is the annual car-festival of Lord Jagannath & His siblings. Lord Jagannath loves to go on His Rath Yatra outing. In this special year of the Nabakalebara, Rath Yatra will be celebrated on July 18th 2015.
Some more info about Rath Yatra here.
Niladri Bije is the concluding day of the Rath Yatra when the Lords return to their abode. This year it will be celebrated on July 30th.
Yes, Lord Jagannath has been feeding Rasagolas for many centuries to appease His wife- Goddess Maa Lakshmi!
Lesson for us- if you love someone, offer them something that they love!
Did you know that Odisha is the birthplace of the Rasagola?
This July 30th, do join in to celebrate the first #RasagolaDibasa, a day to celebrate with Rasagolas, along with the Gods!
This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.
ABC Wednesday- Y For YES, Yatra (means journey), Year
Three Word Wednesday- Obedient, Raspy, Somber
If you could do one thing for someone or something that you love, what would it be and why? #OneThingForLove