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Neela Madhava:
Nila Madhava is an idol that was in the possession of a tribal king, Biswabasu. Scriptures says that, after Lord Krishna wound up his manifested pastimes, he took a shape of Lord Vishnu. Biswabasu found this stone and felt its divinity. So he started worshiping it and name it Lord Nila Madhabaw. This brahma was later fetched by King Indradyumna by Brahmin Bidyapati for the creation of Lord Jagannath's idol. It has been kept inside a small chamber inside the Lords idol. It is believed that it is still present inside the Lord's idol and is transferred to the new idol after every 12 years.

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