Jagannath Puri Temple (XII d.C.). For a rite the wooden idols of the Gods were bathed in see water, but they caught a cold, so they had to undergo a fortnight “auruvedic” treatment. The inner rooms of the temple were empty and pilgrims were left with no God support. Painters were asked to recreate the idols on canvas and temporarily replace the wood idols so that people could reach Gods. Since then every year the wooded Gods take bath and get sick, and new pattachitras are created.