Shri Jagannath Temple
Shree Jagannath Mandir is situated at Krishi Vihar Colony, Harnya Khedi, Kishan Ganj, Mhow, Distt Indore (Madhya Pradesh) on Agra Bombay main road National Highway number 3 (NH – 3). It is 20 Kms from Indore, 10 Kms from Rau, & 4 Kms from Mhow which can be recognized from the main road. Shri Jagannath Mandir Trust has been formed and is registered with the Registrar of the Trusts and societies, Indore. Dr Ashok Mohanty is the Principal Trustee of Shri Jagannath Mandir Trust.
Very shortly two more Temples i.e. one Ram Mandir and One Shiva Mandir will be constructed on both the sides of Shri Jagannath Mandir. One Prashadalaya and two rooms are also being constructed soon.
How to reach the temple:
BY FLIGHT: There are no regular flights from other major cities of the country to Mhow. Nearest airport is Indore Airport.
BY TRAIN: Mhow is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular trains.
Railway Station(s): Mhow (MHOW)
BY BUS: Visitors can easily get regular buses to Mhow from other major cities of the country.
Bus Station: Mhow.
Bhumipujan and Silanyas was completed by the great saint SHRI SHRI 1011 BRAHMARISHI SHRI BARFANI BABA on 01 Jul 2004. On that day BRAHMARISHI was on Mauna Vrata but he broke his vrata saying he could see the Lord Jagannath and blessed that this place is a holy place and the temple will become glorious and famous.
On 28 Apr 2005 three days Pran Pratistha ceremony was held. Shri Ramesh Rajguru who is main Purohit of His Highness Maharaja Gajapati of Puri along with three purohits Shri Suryanarayan Das, Shri Dwarkaprashad Misra and Shri Niranjan Misra and a team of local purohits organized the ceremony under the guidance of His Highness Maharaja Gajapati. On 30 Apr 2005 the final prana pratistha ceremony took place. Temple is also registered with the main temple of Puri. Shri Rahas Behari Panda is the main purohit of the temple and Shri Gautam Panda is assisting main purohit. Both the purohits are from Orissa and performing all the rituals as per the main temple of Puri.