WELCOME TO BHADRAK TOURISM

Bhadrak is 140 km away from Bhubaneswar. On the national highway no 5. It is the headquarter of the district. There is an important station on the east coast railway. Bhadrak is glorious and important for the Temple Bhadra kali. this temple belongs to 9 the century AD and was deconstructed in 18 century AD. The mountain inscriptions are preserved in the Odisha state museum of Bhubaneswar for the sake of visitors. During the period of kali puja, a large number of pilgrims gather here and worshipped goddesses kali. The Akhandalamani Temple, the abode of Lord Siva is located on the bank of the Baitarani River, at Aradi, 37 kilometres from the district headquarters. In the city itself, one can worship and get a blessing at Maa Banka Basuli Temple and Baba Lokanath Shiva Temple.

In the Bhadrak district several Hindu temples such as the Maa Santoshi Temple, located in Korkora village; Sri Radha Madanmohan temple; the temple of Akhandalamani; the Kali Puja held at Charampa; Prasanna Khemeswar Mahadev Temple in Anijo village, There are also Muslim mosques such as the Sufi Saint Mujahid-e-Millat’s Shrine at Dhamnagar. This shrine is also known as Khanquah-E-Habibah. It is the centre of an annual celebration called Eid-Miladun-Nabi.

The Bhadrak district covers an area of 2505 sq. Km. As per the 2011 census, the total population of the District is 15,06,337 with the total male population as 7,60,260 and female population as 7,46,077. The Bhadrak district has 1 subdivision, 1370 Villages, 218 Gram Panchayats, 07 Tahasils and 07 Blocks, 2 Municipality, 2 N.A.C, 5 Assembly Constituency and 18 Police stations are there in Bhadrak District.

Aradi Is situated 40 km away from Bhadrak, 136 km from Bhubaneswar It is famous for Lord Siva Akhandalamani. The temple is famous not only in Bhadrak but also in Odisha. It is said locally that this linga was discovered from ploughed land by a farmer at the time of ploughing. Best tourist places in Bhadrak

Dhamra is a beautiful place for visitors. It is situated 157 km away from Bhubaneswar and 45 km from Chandbali on the seashore in the mouth of the river Baitarani. Now the port is functioning here which is known as Dhamara port. A small island is here is known short island. Best tourist places in bhadrak

The Bhadrakali temple is situated located 5 km away from Bhadrak town in the south-west direction. The district of Bhadrak especially is famous for maa Bhadra kali. The statue of Maa Bhadrakali is of black granite and is seated in lotus posture on a lion. The people of the area have a great belief in the goddess. The environment of the place is very calm and quiet. Throughout the year devotees from different part of Odisha come here to worship goddess Bhadrakali. 

The temple of the Goddess Dhamrai is at Dhamara a small coastal township, where the river Dhamra meets the Bay of Bengal. The place is about 60 km from the district headquarters in the eastern direction. It is surrounded by Chandbali in the West, Basudebpur in the North, Kalibhanjadia in the South and the Bay of Bengal in the East. Best tourist places in Bhadrak

It is 15 km from Bhadrak towards Chandbali and 143 km from Bhubaneswar. The place is famous for the Biranchi Narayan temple. During the period of Magha Purnima, a great festival was held here called Gunduni and a Large number of pilgrims gather here to see the festival. Best tourist places in Bhadrak

One of the oldest temples of Bhadrak, Maa Bankabasuli temple is famous for its serenity and divinity. This Temple is situated at the heart of Kacheri Bazar of Bhadrak. A beautiful gate is made by the trustees the main attraction of the gate is that a beautiful Maa Laxmi is placed on the top of the gate. This is an old temple of Goddess Bankabasuli. Lord Ram, Laxman, Mata Sita idols are also worshipped here

This famous place of sacrifice located 16 km away from Basudebpur of Bhadrak district. One side of this land is bounded by the Bay of Bengal and the other three sides are surrounded by two rivers the Gameye and Kansabansa. Secured by these natural boundaries this place is used as a citadel by the freedom fighters.

Jagannath Temple has situated at Sabarang and, it is 20 km away from Bhadrak town. It is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra. Ratha Yatra is the main festival of this temple. The architecture of the temple is much similar to Lord Jagannath temple in Puri. The Place is attracting thousands of visitors and Pilgrimages for its Panoramic Picturesque as this temple

The Satsang vihar is located within the Bhadrak Town. Satsang vihar is the abode of Thakur Anukul Chandra. Devotees mostly of Thakur Anukul Chandra used to visit the place. Various functions relating to Thakur Anukul Chandra used to take place. The architecture of this temperature is very eye-catching and beautif

Dhamra is a beautiful place for visitors. It is situated 157 km away from Bhubaneswar and 45 km from Chandbali on the seashore in the mouth of the river Baitarani. Now the port is functioning here which is known as Dhamara port. A small island is here is known short island.