In other parts of India, you may have seen birds perched on Jagannath temple walls or planes flying above them, but nothing flies above this temple.
The flag on top of Jagannath temple flies in the opposite direction of the wind with no scientific reasoning to back it up.
The architectural technique used to position the chakra, which is visible from any corner of the city and appears to face you regardless of your position.
When you enter the temple through this door, you can clearly hear the sound of the waves, but once inside, you will no longer hear them.
When sunlight falls on one part of the subject, it casts a shadow on the other, resulting in shade. This temple, on the other hand, is said to have no shadows at any time of day.
Every day, a priest climbs the walls of Jagannath temple, which is about the height of a 45-story building.
The wind blows toward land during the day and the wind from the land blows toward the sea during the evening in everywhere in the world. The exact reverse occurs in Puri
The chariots used in the Raja Rath yatra festival at Puri Jagannath Temple are huge, intricately designed, and are said to be over a thousand years old.
The wooden deities at Puri Jagannath Temple are said to be over a thousand years old, but their exact age and origin are still a mystery.