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Koteswar Shiva Temple & Kotekeshwar hill, Ganjam

Kotekeshwar hill is located at Bardhangidi on the border of the Sorda and Dharakot blocks in the Ganjam district. There are many small and large caves on the mountain where the locals worship Lord Shiva in the name of the god of Koteshwar.In front of the Koteshwar cave is a statue of a snake and a statue of Ganesha. Every Monday, Sankranti and Mahashivratri, locals devotees come here to worship. Koteswar Shiva Gumpha is a famous temple in Ganjam. History…

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Bakreswar Shiva Temple, Markona, Balasore

Baba Bakreswar Siva Temple is located on the banks of the Kansa Bansa River, which is full of nature, and it is 500 years old temple. It is about 19 km distance from Soro and 53 km away from Balasore town. At first, Shiva was worshipped at the base of a tree, while the temple was recognized as a tourist destination by the government and a temple was built in which Lord Bakreshwar is worshipped. Bakreswar Temple is a famous…

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Swarnagiri Temple & Hill, Panasapadar, Rayagada

Swarnagiri Temple is located on top up the hill at Balipadar and is 5 km from Bissamcuttack and 52 km from Rayagada town. Lord Shiva, Parvati, Anatasayana Vishnu, Laxmi, Ram, Laxman, Devi Sita are worshipped in this Panasapadar temple. It is a new temple that is currently under construction. To reach the temple, you have to climb about 300 Stairs. At the top of the temple is a 55-foot-tall Shiva Linga. A viewpoint has been set up to look at the plight…

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Maa Gojabayani Temple, Marsaghai, Kendrapara

Maa Gojabayani Temple is located At Baghadia, and it is about 7 km from Marshaghai Market and 19 km from Kendrapara town. Goddess Gojbayani is worshipped in this temple. The Jammu Jatra on the occasion of Pana Sankranti is the main festival of Maa Gojabayan, A large number of devotees come to see the festival. Every Tuesday and Thursday are the main days of Maa Gojabayani, which day devotees come to worship and offer Nonveg(Macha Ghanta). Devotees believe that the Goddess fulfils their wishes.…

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