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Kuladera Waterfall, Deogarh

Kuladera Waterfall is located at Balam and under the Deogarh Forest Range. It is around 44 from Redhakhol and 60 km from Deogarh Town. The waterfall appears after a 4-5 km hill trek to reach this place. The Kuladera Waterfall is cover with dense forest. The beautiful waterfall flows from the top of the hill, which is Best for bathing. It is a good place for picnics in the winter season. Kuladera Waterfall is one of the tourist places in…

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Kuntroo Waterfall, Deogarh

Kuntroo Waterfall is located under the Margarh-Kailash Range. It is around 2 km from Gailo and about 22 km from Deogarh Town. The Kailash Palace has also located 7 km from Kuntroo fall. This place is surrounded by beautiful hills and dense forest. The adventure of the waterfall and the environment is enjoyable. The waterfall comes after a hill trek to reach this place. Kuntroo Waterfall is a hidden waterfall in Deogarh. The scenic beauty of the Kuntru Waterfall is…

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Bhai Bhauni Waterfall, Budhapal, Deogarh

Bhai Bhauni waterfall has situated at Budhapal-Rengali Dam road. It is about 50KM from Deogarh and also 52 KM from Angul. The two waterfalls are located near each other, which is known as brothers and sisters. The Bhai Bhauni waterfall is surrounded by beautiful hills and dense forest. The adventure of the waterfall and the environment is enjoyable. The scenic beauty of the Bhai Bhauni waterfall is so beautiful that tourists have come to see the falls in the winter.…

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Akshar Shila Rock, Deogarh

The Aksharsila rock inscription has been deciphered by Bamenda, Bichhitra Srayana and Bichitra Bhusanashya. The most ancient of the historical relics is the Aksharsila rock inscription. It has generated considerable interest among antiquarians and historiographers. The script of the Inscription has believed to be pre-Brahmi. It is near contemporary of the Bikramkhol rock inscription of the Jharsuguda district. (Source)

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