A7 | Patachitra | Trio | Jagannath, Balabhadra & Subhadra | Suna Bhesha
This is a bright master copy of our famous trio during Suna Bhesha. We bring this only for you.
Suna Bhesha, also known as Raja bhesha or Rajadhiraja bhesha or Raj Rajeshwar bhesha, is an event when the Lord Jagannath along with other deities Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra are adorned with gold jewelry and precious stones. The name Suna Bhesha is derived from two words, 'Suna' meaning "gold" and 'Bhesha' meaning "costume".
During Bahuda Yatra, a very large painting called patta chitra (10.5 X 6.5 ft), depicting Lord Jagannath in Suna Bhesha can be found in Puri. It is made on a pure cotton cloth treated with a mixture of kainya seeds and chalk, and then painted with vegetable colours. It is one of the largest such painting and has received wide appreciation from people visiting the Ratha Yatra.