Post the ceremonial bathing of the deities, the deities get dressed like Gajanana which is known as Gajanana Besha and Hati Besha locally (Odisha State).
In Bhaadraba-Krushna this besa Lord Jagannath dressed like Krishna,Lord Balabhadra dressed like Balaram and Maa Subhadra dressed like Maa Chaturbhujaa
This Nagarjuna Besha is celebrated in commemoration of killing of Sahashrarjuna by Parsuram or battle between Aurjua and his son Nagarjuna
Abakasha signifies the daily activities like brushing of teeth and bathing rituals of the deities.This Besha is schedule between 6 AM to 6:30 AM every day.
Jagannatha is considered as the Lord of the Kali Yuga, the form of Lord Vishnu who appeared to regulate the four yugas in popular conception. But there seems to be some sort of mystery associated with the true identity of Lord Jagannatha and it has ever since been intriguing the scholars for a long long time.
There was a very powerful demon called Matsaryasura born out of the envy, jealousy, and rivalry in the mind of Lord Indra, the king of Gods.
Lord Ganesha was seen with only one tusk. In this Ekadanta avatar, Lord Ganesha had four arms, one tooth, a pot belly, and elephant head.
The third incarnation or avatar of Lord Ganesha is known as Mahodara and Ganesha had reincarnated as Mahodara to defeat demon Mohasura.