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Saidhara Waterfall, Jharigaon, Nabarangpur

Saidhara Waterfall is located around 8 km from the distance from Jharigaon and 27 km from Umerkote, and 68 km away from Nabrangpur town. The Sai Dhara waterfall is surrounded by the greenery view it’s breathtaking. Thousands of visitors are attracted to the natural Stream, dense and green forests. Sai Dhara fall is a Popular waterfall in Nabrangpur District. The Saidhara waterfall produces such clean and cool water, which is very stupendous to take a bath in the natural shower and that…

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Ambapani Wildlife Sanctuary, Nabarangpur

The Ambapani wildlife sanctuary is located near Nabarangapur and Kalahandi border. Ambapani sanctuary is surrounding by green forests and beautiful waterfalls. The sanctuary shelter of many animals like Tiger deer, Sambar, elephants and many more. The environment of the place is pleasant and also the most attraction for touristy. It is a wonderful place to do trekking and mountain climbing. There is a Ghumareswar temple has located beneath the Ambapani mountain. The beautiful natural environment and the wondrous sound of…

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Deer Park, Papadahandi, Nabarangpur

Deer Park is located 10 km from Nabarangpur towards Papadahandi. The park is 30-year old. Watching Natures bounties from the watchtower in this park is a unique experience. The Deer Park is spread over an acre of land and houses 130 deer, including 63 female deer. In the Nabarangpur district, the deer park is the main attraction. A large number of tourists come here to see it. There is a beautiful child park placed in the deer park. In addition to…

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Maa Pendrani Temple, Umerkote, Nabarangpur

Maa Pendrani temple is situated inside Umerkote town and is around 70 km from the District headquarter of Nabarangpur. Maa Pendrani is the presiding deity of the place. The main festival of this place is Thakurani Jatra in the month of Chaitra, and a large number of devotees gather here to observe the function. The festival sees men playing the role of the Goddess to signify male subjugation and compensate for the injustice inflicted on Maa Pendrani before she achieved divinity. Maa…

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