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Hatipathar Rocks & Waterfall, Rayagada

Hatipathar is a beautiful tourist destination located just 3 km from Rayagada town. The main attraction is the two large rocks. The name of the place is Hathipathar because the two huge rocks at the top of the hill look like huge elephants. Another major attraction of the place is the Hatipathar waterfall. Two waterfall views from the Nagavali river viewpoint, which is located 3 km from the city of Rayagada.  This place is surrounded by hills that attract tourists to come here. The Maa Majhigouri temple is located just…

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Pataleshwar Shiva Temple, Paikapada, Rayagada

Pataleswar temple has situated at Paikapada on the bank of the river Nagavali. It is 25 km from Rayagada town and stands. Lord Pataleshwar Shiva is worshipped in the Pataleswar temple. Lord Jagannath, Maa Dakhineswari kali, and Chamunda are the most common deities worshipped here. It is believed that this Pataleshwar temple has 99.99,999 Shiva Lingam. The Lord Pataleswar temple is an inspirational slab on the walls that indicates the rich cultural heritage of the place. There are a dilapidated fort and mountains from the 8th to 13th century AD near Palikapada.…

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Minajhola, Shiva Temple, Rayagada

The Minajhola is famous for the Shiva temple, which is located confluence of the river Philopholia, Chouldhua and Vansadhara. It is 70 km distance from Gunupur and 110 km Rayagada town. The Shiva temple has situated in the middle of a large rock in the river. This place is also popularly known as Minaketan.  Lord Shiva and Basua Balada Idol are worshipped by local people on special occasions. Maha Shivaratri is the main festival of this temple, which is celebrated by a large number of devotees. This place is located…

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Majhighariani Temple, Majhi Gouri, Rayagada

The Maa Majhighariani Temple is located on the banks of the Nagabali River and is 3 km distance from Rayagada town. Majhighariani is the presiding deity of Rayagada District and is famous in the southern division of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. Goddess Majhighariani is also known as Majji Gouri. Maa Majhigariani idol is worshipped only On Sunday, Wednesday and Friday. Majhi Gouri temple is a popular tourist places in Rayagada district. History of Maa Majhighariani Temple According to legend, Maa Majhighariani Temple is believed to have been established in 1528 AD. Nandpur…

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