Definitions

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  • proper noun The name of Lord Krishna and Vishnu.
  • proper noun A male given name used commonly in India.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit जगन्नाथ (jagannātha)

Examples

  • It contains a temple of Juggernaut, in honor of Vishnu, in which is an idol of this Hindu god, called Jagannath, which is mentioned in history as far back as A.D.

    Across India Or, Live Boys in the Far East

  • Either way, none of us will be the worse for the truly incredible journey to inquire and discover what can be surmised about Jesus 'Lost Years by taking the questions right to the ancient temple of the Hindus called Jagannath in Puri, India, where some say Jesus spent several years (the "some" include the present spiritual leader of the Hindu religion, the Shankaracharya) and a Buddhist monastery high in the Himalayas in Ladakh, India, where an ancient scroll has long been held to exist that purportedly answers all the questions about the Missing Years of Jesus (see: www. jesus-in-india-the-movie.com)

    Paul Davids: Jesus' Lost Years May Finally Have Been Found

  • In the middle of this city is the large temple dedicated to Lord Krishna as Jagannath, meaning

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  • In the middle of this city is the large temple dedicated to Lord Krishna as Jagannath, meaning

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  • Left, a devotee of Krishna waited for the start of the procession in front of the idols of Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and his sister Subhadra in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, Sunday.

    The Chariot Festival

  • As the controversy grows, Mr. Das enters Budhia in a May 2006 race from the holy Jagannath Temple in Puri to the city of Bhubaneswar, a distance of 42 miles.

    A Child Running for His Life

  • Noah Seelam/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Jagannath, an avatar of the Hindu god Krishna, draws many of his devotees to the festival.

    The Chariot Festival

  • The word is derived from Jagannath, a Hindu god, meaning lord of the world.

    Florida girl hopes to extend Indian-American win streak at spelling bee

  • Left, a devotee of Krishna waited for the start of the procession in front of the idols of Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and his sister Subhadra in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, Sunday.

    The Chariot Festival

  • Noah Seelam/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Jagannath, an avatar of the Hindu god Krishna, draws many of his devotees to the festival.

    The Chariot Festival

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