Jagannath Temple, situated at a distance of 25 feet to the north of Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya, is a famous religious place in Bihar. In the main temple, grand idols of Lord Krishna, Balarama, and Goddess Subhadra are installed. Ram-Janaki temple has also been established in this temple complex which is newly constructed. The main gate of the temple is in the south direction as well as a Peepal tree can be seen here which has been on the temple premises for a long time.
As per the ancient tradition, Mahaprasad is distributed among the devotees every day in the Jagannath temple, between 12 noon and 2 pm, after the bhog to the deity. In this, rice, pulses, vegetables, papad, etc. from Sunday to Friday, and khichdi is made on Saturday. Every year, in the month of June-July, with the commencement of Rath Yatra from Jagannathpuri in Orissa, a grand Rath Yatra is also organized from Jagannath Temple in Bodh Gaya.
Ruins of Vikramshila