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The chariot of Lord Balabhadra is known as Taladhwaja. The easiest way to identify the Chariot of Lord Balabhadra is by color of the covering of the chariot. The chariot of Balabhadra has a green and red color canopy and it is the second largest of the chariots.


Name:   Taladhwaja
Colour of cloth:   Red & Green
Number of Wheels:   14
Diameter of wheels:   6’6″
Number of wooden pieces used:   763
Height of Chariot:   13.2 m (44 feet)
Length & Breadth:   33’ x 33’
Guarded by:   Vasudev
Gate Keepers:   Nanda & Sunanda
Name of the Charioteer:   Matali
Name of the Flag:   Unnani
Weapons of the Chariot:   Hala & Musala
Power of the Chariot:   Brahma & Shiva
Number of Horses:   4
Name of the Horses:   Tibra, Ghora, Dirghashrama, Swarnanava
Color of Horses:   Black
Name of the Rope:   Basuki
Face of the Chariot known as:   Ketu Bhadra
Subsidiary nine Deities:   Ganesha, Kartikeya, Sarvamangala, Pralambari, Halayudha, Mrutyunjaya, Natamvara, Mukteshwar, Sheshadeva
Rishis:   Anjira, Poulastya, Pulaha, Asasti, Krushna, Mudgal, Atreya, Kasyap
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