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Ashokjhar Waterfall, Sukinda, Jajpur

The famous tourist place Ashokjhar Waterfall is located around 8 km distance from Sukinda, and it is about 65 distance km from Jajpur Town. The beautiful waterfall stream flows from the top of the hill. This waterfall originates from the roots of an Ashoka Tree, so this place is called Ashoka Jhar. To reach the waterfall, you have to go up the hill for about 2-3 km. It is the best place for trekking near Jajpur. There are Pindi for vehicle Parking and cooking Pindi's facility near the Sukinda waterfall. The…

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Dasaswamedh Ghat, Maa Baitarani, Jajpur

Dasaswamedh Ghat is situated on the bank of the holy river Baitarani in the district of Jajpur. Adjacent to this Ghata is the famous Saptamatruka temple, Sidha Vinayak temple, Jagannath temple, Savitri temple, Maa Laxmi temple and Shiva temple. So this place is a holy place for all Hindus. The main festival of the place is the Baruni Snana, which is held every twelve years to see a large number of devotees from the local and outside the district.  The history of this place is that King Jajati Kheshori made a huge Jagyan…

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Maa Biraja Temple, Viraja Kshetra, Jajpur

The presiding deity of Jajpur is Maa Biraja. The temple is situated in the Jajpur town and is near about 125 km distance from Bhubaneswar. Maa Biraja Temple or Viraja Kshetra is one of the ancient Hindu temples of Odisha. This temple was built in the 13th century. The main idol of this temple is Devi Durga worshipped by the name Viraja. Jajpur is one of the few places in Odisha where Saptamatrika idols are found in only two places. The idol is having two hands, on one hand, she pierces the…

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Ratnagiri Buddhist Monastery & Monuments, Jajpur

Ratnagiri meaning "hill of ornaments" is the site of a ruined Mahavira located in the Jajpur district of Odisha state. It is 90 km distance from Bhubaneswar and 37 km from Chandikhol. At the Ratnagiri Museum, you can see many attractive stone works, including ancient Buddha statues. The diamond triangle comprises two other sites of Buddhist remains situated atop a flat hillock sandwiched between the river Brahmins of Birupa. It was first noticed by then sub-divisional officer Jajpur MM Chakravarti in the year 1905. The Excavation at this site brought to light…


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