The pictures of the divine 'Triad' are popularly known as 'Sri Khetra Pati', the triad being Sri Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra. In a unique representation, which is dictated by popular trends, the three are depicted as one integrated with the other. On a three-layered pedestal, Jagannath in the form of Narasimha sits cross-legged with Subhadra holding a long stemmed lotus, placed in his lap. The white figure of Balabhadra, emerges from behind Jagannath, holding a plough in one hand, beside other attributes. There is snake-hood over his head. Jagannath holds all the attributes of Vishnu, whose incarnation he is.
If there is piety in the image there is beauty in the architecture around it - the partially visible pillars, the arch, the layered canopy, all containing the beauty of colour and pattern. The color scheme itself is extremely vivid and bright, with the resplendent flame rising beautifully against the rich blue ground.