Balangir Tourist Places, Harishankar Temple , Pateneswari Temple , Ranipur Jharial , Chandi Temple , Gaikhai M.I.P , Jogeshwar Temple , Sailashree Palace , Turekela Wildlife Sanctuary , Dhabaleswar Temple , Gandhamardhan Hills , Dharapgarh  , Bhima Dunguri

Turekela Wildlife Sanctuary, Balangir

Turekela wildlife sanctuary  is located 98 km from distance Balangir. It is a place suitable for group camping and is important for viewing colourful wildlife like tigers, deers, bears, foxes, elephants, wild birds, monkeys, wolfs. This place is covered with greeny dense forest. The place is beautiful and attractive to visitors and touristy. The natural beauty of the hills and the dense forest attracts many tourists during the winter. Turekela wildlife sanctuary is a tourist attraction places in Balangir, Odisha. Previous Next

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Nrusinghanath Temple, Gandhamardan Mountain, Bargarh

Lord Nrusinghanath is a seat of Vidal Nursing situated in Paikamal. Nursinghanath temple is located around 110 km distance from Baragarh Town and 37 km from Nuapada. King Baijal Dev of Patna State built the temple of Nursinghanath in the 15th Century AD. The Nursinghanath Temple is 122 meters and stands on the foot of the mountain Gandhamardan towards the south and west side. But the other part of this mountain is near a waterfall called Harishankar temple. Prevesioly the place of Harishankar was called Hiuen Tsang as Parimalagiri, recognised as…


Dharapgarh & Dashamati Sagar, Balangir

Dharapgarh is 50 km from Balangir. Dharapgarh has a big tank called Dashamati Sagar covering an area of 119 acres. Believed to be the habitat of some water nymphs the tank is guarded by the shrines of Chandi, Duarsuni, Samalei, Pataneswari, Shiva and Vishnu who are worshipped by non-brahmin. A dip in the tank has religious importance too. Dashamati Sagar is a tourist attraction in Balangir District

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Jogeshwara Mahadev Temple, Jogisarda, Balangir

Jogisarada Temple is situated at a distance of 25 km from Balangir. Lord Shiva is the main deity of this temple known as Lord Jogeshwar. Lord Ganesha, Karthik, Hanuman and Maa Chandi are worshiped in the temple premises. Mahashivratri and Sitalasasthi are the main festivals of the Jogeswar temple, which are celebrated with great pomp. As it is a famous Mahadev temple in the city of Balangir, it attracts a large number of devotees. Jogeswara mandir is a famous temple in Balangir, Odisha   The temple of goddess Lankeswari is situated…

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