Lord Jagannatha Baladeva and Shubadra devi are offered grand worship daily. Following is the daily schedule.
3:45 am – The jagarana seva is offered (waking up the Deities) followed by the balya bhoga offering (the morning offering of sweet rice)
4:15 am – A grand arati is performed by offering incense, lamp, water, cloth, flowers, chamara (fan made of yak tail) & vyajana (fan made of peacock feathers) to Their Lordships. Devotees sing Guru-ashtaka, a song composed by Srila Vishwanatha Chakravarthi Thakura glorifying the spiritual master.
4:45 am – Sri Tulasi puja
Tulasi is the eternal consort of Lord Krishna, and the most pure devotee, and therefore, the Tulasi plant is worshiped by Vaishnavas. Simply by worshiping her faithfully, a devotee can free himself from all material miseries. Every day, at 4:45 am and at 6:45 pm, Tulasi puja is performed in the main temple hall.
5:00 am – Sri Narasimha Arati
The Supreme Lord appeared in the form of Narasimha, half-lion and half-man form, to protect His devotee Prahlada from the wrath of his father Hiranyakashipu, the greatest demon who defied the Supreme Lord. Lord Narasimha always protects His devotees and takes away the obstacles in their devotional service. An arati is performed as the devotees sing Narasimha Kirtana.
5:20 am –Japa Meditation
Devotees assemble in the temple hall and together chant Hare Krishna Maha Mantra. Chanting the Holy Names of the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna is the Yuga Dharma. Srila Prabhupada recommended that we chant at least 16 rounds (1 round = 108 times) of Hare Krishna Maha Mantra every day. By chanting, one immediately becomes auspicious and transcendental to the infection of material qualities.
7:15 am – Shringara Darshana Arati and Guru Puja
After the deities and the altar have been decorated, the altar doors are open for darshana and Shringar arati is performed for the pleasure of their Lordships while singing a few verses from Sri Brahma Samhita .
Following the shringar arati, our Founder Acarya His Divine Grace Bhakti Vedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada is worshipped during Guru Puja. Devotees sing Guruvashtakam prayers during Guru Puja
8:00 am –9:00 am: Lecture on the Srimad-Bhagavatam
Darshan of Their Lorships remains open till 12.00 noon
12.00 noon – Offering of Rajbhog to Their Lordships. Rajbhog comprises varieties of delicacies like sweets, Rajbhog comprises varieties of delicacies like sweets, savouries, salads, vegetables, rice, roti, dhal, fruit juice, etc.
12:30 pm – Rajbhog Arati
After the Rajbhog offering, Their Lordships are offered Rajbhog arati at 12:30 pm
The darshan remains closed from 1.30 PM to 5 PM.
5:00 pm – Dhupa Arati
Their Lordships give darshan to the devotees with the opening of altar doors for dhupa arati wherein incense, flowers, chamara and vyajana are offered.
6:45 pm – Sri Tulasi Puja
Tulasi puja is performed in the temple hall with tulasi pranama, tulasi arati and tulasi pradakshina.
7:00 pm – Sandhya Arati
Sandhya Arati is also called Gaura Arati when arati is performed along with the singing of Gaura Arati bhajan.
8:15 pm – Shayana Arati
Shayana arati which is the last arati of the day before the deities are put to rest. Their Lordships are offered various articles like incense, lamp, flowers, etc.
Darshan closes at 8.30 PM