Balarama

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Noun1.Balarama - elder brother of Krishna; an incarnation of Vishnu
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Summary: Puri (Odisha) [India], July 14 (ANI): Lakhs of devotees thronged the streets of Puri to get a glimpse of the Holy Trinity - Lord Balabhadra, Lord Jagannath and Devi Subhadra - decked up in gold ornaments weighing 208 kilograms for the 'Suna Besha' ritual on Saturday.
BJP's Dhenkanal candidate Rudra Narayan Pani, Bolangir candidate Sangeeta Singhdeo and Nabarangpur candidate Balabhadra Majhi were leading in these Lok Sabha seats.
Tillman (Balabhadra Bhattacarya Dasa) has become the President of Vedic Friends Association beginning Jan.
Earlier, the government had announced the release of the coins marking the festival which is a symbolic recreation of sibling deities -- Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra.
Tenders are invited for manjakkad kunnath veedu muthal balabhadra devi kshetrham vare branch road patch ,retarring ward 30,20
At the festival of Rath Yatra in Ahmadabad, India, idols of the Hindu God Jagannath (the origin of the English word "juggernaut"), his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra are taken out in a grand procession in chariots called raths, pulled by thousands of devotees | Horses and soldiers of the Household Cavalry as they swap trotting on the streets of London for splashing in sea in Norfolk at their annual Regimental Training Camp | A bus seen driving in deep floodwater at Wuhan in China yesterday.
Every year Lord Jagannath, the Lord of Puri, who is believed to be an avatar of Lord Vishnu, with his elder brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, travel on grand chariots, from his temple in Puri, to his garden palace in the countryside, said Professor Karunaratne Hangawatte.
Held in the Hindu month of Ashad, three richly decorated chariots or rathas, with towering structures are readied for the idols of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and their sister Subhadra.
Ta ranatha tells us that in 1601 he received a letter from the Raja Balabhadra in which the ruler reminded the lad of their connection through the person of Santigupta.
Three Hindu deities, Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra, are taken out of the temple and then transported in colourfully-decked chariots to anotther nearby temple for a week's stay.
(12) The temple, being a Hindu religious institution was restricted only to Hindus, and hence non-Hindu Westerners had no opportunity to look at the idols of Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra except during the Car festival when the holy Triad are brought out of the temple premises.
ventured to write commentaries, such as Balabhadra's on