The temple architecture of North Indian and South Indian temples are consisting of some main features. The North Indian temples have three main parts The base platform is known as Vedibandha The Jangha, which is the vertical wall enclosing the Garbhagriha, which houses the main Vigraha. The third one
Katu-Sarkara-Yogam or Kadu Sarkarayogam is an ancient technique of Vigraha(idol) making following the directions given in Shilpa Sastras. There are only a few temples in India where the Vigrahas are made of off Katu-Sarkara-Yogam process In this method, the idol is made of rare combinations of more than 108 material
Shree Jagannath Temple of Puri ,in Odisha is a great centre of Sanatana sanskritj not only in Odisha but also outside it . It is one of the important pilgrimage destination being a part of "Char Dham".