Suna Besha and Hala Nisedha.
Suna Besha or golden attire of Lord Jagannath. Suna Besha is observed five times during a year.
First day fall on: Pousa Purnima(December)
Second day: Dola Purnima(March)
Third day: Bahuda Ekadashi(July)
Fourth day: Karthik Purnima(November)
and Fiveth day: Dasahara(October).
The last Besha is observed during Rath Yatra on the chariot in front of Temple after returning from Gundicha Temple, other four Besha observed inside temple on Ratna Singhasana. On the day of Bada Ekadasi.
This Besha has been observed since 1232.The king of Anaga Vima Dev in established. The Gods are decorated with various gold ornaments during Suna Besha. The totla weight of the golden ornaments are more than two quintal or 208 kg.
Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Goddess Subhdra wore golden crown, golden peocock father, golden necklace and many other ornaments.The devotees started the Darshan of the deities at around 5 PM and continued all night. The Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Goddess Subhdra wear the yellow color traditional silk pata saree.