Gundicha Temple is a Hindu temple, situated within the temple city of Puri inside the country of Odisha, India. It is full-size for being the destination of the prestigious annual Rath Yatra of Puri. While it stays vacant most of the year, the temple is occupied by pix of the deities of Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra for seven entire days every year at some stage in the yearly Rath Yatra competition.
Known as the Garden House of Jagannath, the Gundicha temple stands in the centre of a lovely lawn, surrounded via compound walls on all sides. It lies at a distance of approximately 3 kilometres from the Shrimandira, the main temple of Jagannath. The two temples are placed at the 2 ends of the Bada Danda that is the pathway for the Rath Yatra. The temple is constructed the use of light-gray sandstone and architecturally, it exemplifies normal Kalinga temple structure within the Deula style. The complex contains 4 additives: vimana, jagamohana, nata-mandapa and bhoga-mandapa.