Definition of Jagannatha
1. Noun. An avatar of Vishnu.
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Literary usage of Jagannatha
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hindu Law: Principally with Reference to Such Portions of it as Concern the by Thomas Andrew Lumisden Strange (1830)
"... cited by jagannatha, 2 Dig. p. 243. 246. In this case, it does not appear under what circumstances the slavery in question arose. ..."
2. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1882)
"From this log the first images of jagannatha, Balarama, Subhadra, and the Sudarsana-Chakra were made. The resemblance between this ..."
3. The Rock Temples of Elurâ Or Verul by James Burgess (1877)
"jagannatha SABHA. A little beyond the Indra Sabha is another cave temple, with a court in front: the screen, if any, ..."