Started by King Chodagangadeva and finished by his grandson Anangabhimadeva in the late twelfth century, Jagannath Temple in Puri comes in the rundown of India's oldest sanctuaries. It doesn't just have fame for being old but also to be the most religious spot in India. Its religious esteem is at par as it's worth among one of the destinations of the Char Dham Yatra. It is a gift of Historical Times, consequently, there are some fascinating certainties about the temple, for example:
It is found that the flag hosted at the top of the temple dome always flows in the opposite direction of the airflow.
A saint climbs the dome of the sanctuary which remains as tall as a 45-story building and changes the banner regularly since 1800 years as a piece of a ritual. If it isn't changed quickly, the sanctuary must be closed for the following 18 years.
The Sudarshan Chakra upright at the highest point of the temple is 20 feet in height and weighs a ton. It said to be visible from each side of the city and it is introduced so that it makes you feel that it is looking toward you regardless of the place you are in.
Fun fact: The chakra was brought all way up and introduced on the gopuram 2000 years earlier. The designing procedures utilized at that time still stay as a puzzle today.
You can take any place on earth, on the daytime the breeze from the ocean comes to land and the inverse happens at night, however; in Puri, it is seen to be just reverse.
It is a wonder that nothing hovers over the temple. No planes, not even any bird. There is no logical clarification for this yet.