Shree Jagannath Rathyatra

Rathyatra is a popular Hindu Festival that originated centuries ago in the city of Puri, Odisha, India, where it is known as the "Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath." The festival involves the grand procession of three elaborately decorated chariots, carrying the deities of Lord Jagannath (an incarnation of Lord Krishna), his sister Subhadra, and his elder brother Balabhadra. The chariots are pulled by devotees using ropes, and the procession moves through the streets, accompanied by singing, dancing, and chanting of devotional hymns.
In Cincinnati Mason Ohio USA, the Rathyatra was organized by the ISKCON Cincinnati. The festival attracts people from all walks of life, including Hindus, spiritual seekers, tourists, and curious onlookers who wish to experience the vibrant and colorful celebration. The Cincinnati Rathyatra is a symbol of unity, diversity, and devotion, bringing people together to celebrate a rich cultural and spiritual heritage.