Akhandalamani Temple is situated at Aradi village. It is 40 km away from Bhadrak and 136 km from Bhubaneswar. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of the place. According to legend, that Linga was discovered from ploughed land by a farmer at the time of ploughing. The farmer found blood on the shiv linga by the rushing of the ploughshare. This Linga is known as an Akhandalamani who remit the misery of the people. Mahashivratri is celebrated every year at the famous Shaivapith Aradi and attracts a large number of devotees. Throughout the year devotees are from different parts of Odisha come here to worship Lord Mahadev. The temple is famous not only in Bhadrak but also in Odisha. Aradi Akhandalamani Temple is a famous Shiva temple and tourist place in Bhadrak, Odisha.