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Budharaja Temple, Budharaja Hill, Sambalpur

Budharaja temple is situated on a small hillock inside Sambalpur city. The temple is covered with Forest and in the middle of Budharaja hill. There is a Shiva temple located on the top. Lord Shiva is worshipped in this temple. According to locals, the temple is about 600-700 years old and was built by the king of Sambalpur. The Sital Sasthi is a Major festival in western Odisha, so it is celebrated as the main festival in the temple, which day thousands of devotees come here and observe this festival. It is…

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Biswanath Hill & Temple, Delang, Puri

The Biswanath Temple is located on the upper part of Biswanath Mundia hill near Delang. It is 37 km away from Jagannath Temple Puri. Archaeologists opine that there are many Buddhist stupas on this hill. Biswanath Hill is known for its ancient monastery of Dignag, the Buddhist Logician and Philosopher.  A beautiful temple at the top of the hill. The temple is popularly known as Biswanath Mundia. It is famous for Lord Siva Biswanath. It takes about 200 steps to reach the temple. Maha Shivratri and Mahabisuv Sankranti are the main…

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Hirli Dongri, Hill View Park, Nabarangpur

The Hirli Dongri is situated top of the hill. It is around 2 km distance from Nabarangpur town, where an ancient statue of Lord Balaji was found and is now worshipped by locals. Kusumjhar reserve has situated Near the Hirli Dongri. Hill view park is the major attraction of Hirli Dongri with the watchtower, children park and Gym.  There is a beautiful park in Hirli Dongri, which attracts visitors to come here. The best time to visit this place is early morning or sunset time. Hirli Dongri is one of the most…

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Bonda Hill, Khairput , Malkangiri

Bonda Hill is located at a distance of 80 Kilometers from District Headquarter and comes under Khairput Block. This is the living place of Bondas, one of the primitive tribal communities. It is surrounded by dense hilly forest. The Bondas of this place even now remain naked, and it is believed that they were cursed by Goddess Sita, as they laughed at her while she was bathing in a Kunda, which is named as Sita Kunda at Bonda Hill. There is one specific festival called “Patkhanda Vatra” at Mudulipada celebrated…

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