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A chariot platform on four wheels with a "temple" resting on it. Each wheel is attached with a single nail, and has a green “x” painted on it. The overall colour of the base is green and around the edges of the base there are red, white and yellow stripes. There is also a white design painted on top of the green base; short lines surround the temple portion and there is a flower burst at the front of the base. There is a figure in the temple with a face, arms and a short body. The face of the figure is black, the mouth is red, and the eyes have a circle of red and white with a black dot in the centre. The sides of the figure are white and on the figure’s forehead there is a bindi surrounded by 11 small white dots. The figure’s clothes are green, red and yellow and it has a white necklace around its neck. The temple is open on three sides, and has blue, green, red, white, yellow and black designs on the outside. The base and back wall of the temple where the figure is attached is purple and white.


Representation of a Jagannath (Lord of the Universe) Ratha (chariot).

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