Devasnana Purnima is an indivisible piece of the acclaimed Rath Yatra Puri.This day, the full-moon day of the period of Jyestha, the divinities are washed by 108 pitchers of water of the all around arranged close to the Sitala sanctuary in the limits of the Jagannatha sanctuary. At that point, their day by day nourishment offering or Bhogalagi is made on the Snanamandapa, in a full general visibility, without staying any virtual contrast between the fans and the Lord Jagannath, prevalently known as Lord Krishna.
The customs performed in the celebration are kept up in the 'Niladri Mohadaya', a religious content written in Oriya dialect. Devasnana Purnima or Snana Yatra, solely being the celebration of Lord Jagannath, is accepted to be one of the most seasoned celebrations. According to the Skanda Purana, Raja Indradyumna set this showering service when he introduced the wooden divinities here.