WELCOME TO ANGUL TOURISM

Angul District is very much rich in its fairs and festivals. Laxmi Puja is celebrated in the city of Angul. The celebration starts with Kumar Purnima and continues for long 11 days. Ganesh Puja of Talcher is one of the most famous festivals celebrated in the District. Amba Nua (fresh mango eating), Raja, Gammha Purnima, and Push Punei are functions celebrated by the people with much enthusiasm. The number of fairs and festivals observed in the District showcase its varied culture vividly. There are many picnic spots in Angul district. Angul district is also famous for Satkosia gorge, beautiful natural dense forest, hills, rivers, King Palaces and waterfalls

The Angul District covers an area of 6375 sq. Km. As per the 2011 census, the total population of the District is 12,73,821 with the total male population as 6,55,718 and female population as 6,18,103. The Angul District has 4 subdivisions, 1930 Villages, 225 Gram Panchayats, 08 Tahasils and 08 Blocks, 2 Municipalities, 1 N.A.C, 5 Assembly Constituency and 23 Police stations are there in Angul District.

Saila Srikhetra Temple is located on the top of Sunasagad hill and is around 1.5 km from Angul Bus Stand. The Jagannath Temple at Angul is known as Saila Srikhetra. It is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra, Devi Subhadra and Sudarshan. The temple is like the model of the world-famous Lord Jagannath Temple of Puri. Saila Srikhetra Temple is one of the famous tourist places in Angul. 

Maa Hingula temple is situated on the bank of the river Simhada. It is 14 km away from Talcher and 20 km from Angul town. The Goddess has worshipped in a state of burning fire at a spot near the Hingula temple in Gopal Prasad. Maa Hingula is also known as Fire Goddess. The popular function of this temple is Hingula Yatra in the month of Chaitra, which is observed here for Nine days. Maa Hingula Mandir is a famous temples in Angul District.

Ramachandi Temple is situated around 28 Km from District headquarter of the Angul district of Odisha. The Temple of Ramchandi Devi is the main attraction here. The beautiful structure of the temple makes it one of the most prevalent shrines in Odisha. The antique arts can also be noticeable on the temple walls. This temple is one of the top destinations for tourists and devotees. Ramachandi Devi Temple is one of the tourist places in Angul.

The Rengali Dam is situated at Rengali Village and around 65 Km from Angul Toen. It has constructed across the Brahmani River. Rengali Hydro Electric Project has been produced for power generation, utilizing the water of Brahmani. The barrage is used to store the flood and releases it from the Dam. The beauty of the Dam has enjoyed in the time of Sunrise or Sunset is charming. Rengali dam is one of the most popular tourist places in Angul district

The Budhi Thakurani temple is located on one side in Sunasagad in the place of the Angul town. The Bigraha looks like a pillar of the Goddess has made in Black Granite stone. The Goddess Budhi Thakurani is prominent in Angul as well as in Odisha. Beautiful nature and dense forest attract thousands of to this place every year. Maa Budhi Thakurani is Adhistatri Devi of Angul. 

Bhimakanda is about 30 km from Talcher and 50 km from Angul. The place is famous for the large carved image of Vishnu in sleeping posture. The length of the image is 41.6 and the largest sleeping image in India and belongs to 8th to 9th century AD. It is a beautiful place of insight for visitors.

Tikarpara is 58 km from Angul and 180 km from Cuttack. It has situated at the side of the river Mahanadi. It is across a land 22 km long gorge is attractive for tourists. The dense forest, rich wildlife and crocodile sanctuary are the most important of the place. The name of this sanctuary has based on the name of the Tikarpada village. This sanctuary spreads across an area of 795.52 square km. Tikarpada Sanctuary is a top picnic spot in the Angul district.

Satkosia Sanctuary Reserve is a tiger reserve located in the Angul district of Odisha, India covering an area of 988.30 km². Satkosia Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary was created in 1976, with an area of 796 km². Satkosia Tiger Reserve was designated in 2007 and comprises the Satkosia Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary and the adjacent Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary. Satkosia Sanctuary is a famous tourist place in Angul District.

The Derjang reservoir project is 7 km away from Angul. It is mainly used for irrigation purposes, which is the first medium irrigation project and a water reservoir. The dam is constructed across two rivers Lingara & Mathili and situated near Majhika village in Angul district. It is an ideal spot for a group picnic and relaxation and It’s a very nice place to have some beautiful time to spend with friends n family.

Deuajhari is located 6 Km away from Athamallik and 90 Km away from Angul. It is the ancient citadel of Saivism. The Spring has been constructed within dense original Jasmine forest that stands as the high walls around the Deuajhari. The distinctiveness of the place lies in its hot springs(Celestial Hot Spring) that surround the Temple. It said that there were eighty-four such springs. Deuajhari temple is one of the famous tourist places of  Angul

The Sureswari waterfall is located inside the Bampur forest range in Angul. It is 40 km away from Bampur chock on the way to Cuttack. The waterfall is surrounded by dense and thick forest attract thousands of visitors. It is a good place for picnics in the winter season. The Sureswari waterfall is one of the best tourist places in Angul, Odisha

The Khuludi waterfall is situated 92 km away from Angul and 185 from Bhubaneswar. The Malyagiri Mountain range of Pallahara Subdivision houses a dazzling waterfall near the village Khuludi. The spectacular jump of the waterfall from the hilltop and paying deference to Lord Giriswar temple is located at a distance of 20 Km from Pallahara. It is a famous spot for group picnics and relaxation. 

Malayagiri is a mountain peak in the Malayagiri hills. It has located near Pal Lahara town in the district of Anugul of Odisha. At 1,187 metres, it is the third highest mountain in Odisha, followed by Deomali 1672 meters and 1501 meters high Mahendragiri. The natural beauty and thick forest attract visitors to come here. Malayagiri is the pride of Angul. With misty clouds around you and a cold breeze piercing your body, trekking at this highest peak . Malayagiri hill top is a famous tourist places of Angul

The Binikei Temple is located on the bank of the river Mahanadi. It is 25 Km from Athamallik and around 100 km from Angul Town. The main idol of this temple is Goddess Binikei. It is the gateway to the famous Satkosia gorge in the river Mahanadi. Binikei Jatra has observed on the 10th day after the Dolapurnima. Binikei Temple is one of the famous tourist places of Angul

Lobhi Thakurani temple is situated at Gadasantri and is around 13 km from Angul Town. Maa Lovii Thakurani presiding deity of this temple. Lovi Thakurani yatra, the annual ceremonial function of Goddess Lovi, is observed every year on Kartik Purnima day. Garh Santry, seventeen kilometres away from the district headquarters town Angul, is the village abode of the presiding deity Lovi. Lobhi Thakurani Temple is one of the famous tourist places of Angul

Talcher is situated on the bank of the River Brahmani. It is 15 km from Angul town and 65 km from Dhenkanal. The fertilizers plant of Talcher is the largest coal-based plant in India as well as in the world. Previously It was the capital of ex ruler of Talcher till 1948. Talcher is one of the fastest-growing industrial and mining complexes in the country. The coal-based thermal power plant at Talcher. 

Nalco is the Major company Indian Aluminium Industry. It is around 12 Km from Angul town. Nalco is self-sufficient in aluminium and gives the country a hi-tech edge in producing this metal to the best of world standards. Nalco was incorporated in 1981 in the Public Sector to exploit a part of the large deposits of bauxite discovered on the East Coast. There is also a beautiful park inside the Nalco Nagar.

This place has closely located in Tikarpada. It is also considered one of the best places in Odisha for trekking. It is the place where the Takarsingha Water hole has Found, and this is also the place for many different types of animals. This water hole has located near Labangi and a tourist place in Angul, Odisha.

Talcher King Palace is situated on the bank of the river Brahmani. It is around 20 km away from Angul town. Talcher Rajabati One of the oldest King’s Palace in Odisha. This palace is also known as Emperor Sadan Mahal, which was constructed in the 14th century. There is a Lord Jagannath Temple and also a Beautiful Park located near Rajabati. Talcher Palace is one of the tourist places in Talcher

Utkalamani Gopabandhu Park is at a distance of 8 km from Angul town. This place is attractive with beautiful flowers and green grass. Inside the park is a musical Fountain that begins in the evening. It is the best place for kids playing and Morning walking. Utkalamani Gopabandhu Park has located nearby the Jagannath temple inside the Nalco campus.

Kukudanga Picnic Spot is located at a distance of 7 km from Angul town. The main attraction of this place is the water of the spring flowing under the bridge. There is a beautiful children’s park near the Kukudanga. Kukudanga Picnic Spot is a tourist attraction near Angul town. This place is best for a weekend picnic spot in Angul District.