Hinduism holds great regard for the gods Jaganatha Baladeva and Suvadra Mani, especially in the Jagannath tradition. Jagannatha, who is frequently mistaken for Lord Krishna, is the main deity of Puri, India’s renowned Jagannath Temple. Considered to be Krishna’s elder brother, Baladeva, along with his sister Subhadra Mani, make up the heavenly triad that is worshipped with tremendous devotion at the yearly Rath Yatra event. Adherents hold that these twin goddesses represent compassion, love, and strength and are incarnations of cosmic energies. Traveling on hallowed paths, pilgrims from all over the world experience the spiritual essence and cultural richness ingrained in their worship as they seek blessings from this almighty triad.