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Barpali Town, Bargarh

Barpali is situated 18 km away from South Bargarh. Barpali is more famous for being the birthplace of Odia poet Swabhaba Kabi Gangadhar Meher. Besides the Barpali Maa Samaleswari and Lord Jagannath temple are here and worshipped by the local people. Internationally renowned for its Tie and Dye textile cotton, Tussar, silk in Sambalpuri design of weaving. Barpali is one of the Tourist places in Bargarh, Odisha Previous Next

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Shyama Kali Temple, Bargarh

The Shyama Kali Temple is located only one km away from Bargarh town at Kali Mandir Chowk. Goddess Maa Shyamakali is worshipped by the devotees. Devotees come here to get a wish from Maa Kali. Besides the Kali temple Lord Jagannath, Lord Ganesh, and Lord Shani worshipped here. Kali puja is one of the big festivals at Shyama Kali temple.  The architecture of this Kali temple is very interesting to see. Thousands of visitors and devotees come to the temple for panoramic views of the temple. Jagannath temple, Ganesh temple, lord…

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Baba Shyam Temple, Bhatli, Bargarh

Shyam baba mandir is situated in Bhatli and is 20 km away from Bargarh Town. Sri Shyam baba idol of the temple. Besides the there is a Hanuman, Siva, Radha Krishna and maa Durga temple inside the campus. The temple is a calm and peaceful place. A beautiful Shyam Kund and garden is there, which is enjoyable for visitors. The infrastructure of the temple and the interior glass work is Amazing. The main celebration of this temple is observed just 8-9 days before the festival of Holi. Bhatli Shyam baba Temple is one…

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Lord Kedarnath Temple, Ambabhona, Bargarh

Kedarnath Temple is situated at the foot of Barapahar Mountain. It is 35 km from the district headquarter of Bargarh. The famous temple of Kedarnath at Ambabhona has the idol of Lord Shiva. The temple of Lord Kedarnath exists here inside a beautiful pond. Though popular belief accords the credit of building the temple to Sambalpur King Baliyarsingh, History accords it to Dewan Dakshinray. The main festival of this place is Mahashivaratri in the month of Magha. The Kedarnath Temple is one of the Ashtashambhu temples in western Odisha. The…

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