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Ram Mandir, Fategarh, Bhapur, Nayagarh

Ram Mandir is located on a hill near Fategarh of Bhapur block and is about 40 km distance from Nayagarh town and 65 km from Bhubaneswar. The inauguration ceremony of this Ram temple was held on a similar day to Ayodhya Prana Pratishta Day, which is on 22nd January 2024. The construction of this temple started in 2017, and around 150 workers were involved in the temple work. Shri Ram temple was built at a cost of more than 10 crores with donations from the villagers of Bhapur, Fatehgarh and…

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Bateswar Sea Beach & Temple, Ganjam

Bateswar Sea Beach & Temple are located near the mouth of the Rushikulya River in Ganjam district. Lord Shiva is being worshipped at Bateshwar Temple. The temple is surrounded by dense Casuarina forest, which is calm and pleasant. The main festivals of this temple are Mahashivratri and Kartik Purnima, which are celebrated with great zeal. Bateshwar temple architecture is beautiful, and according to local people, this temple is ancient. During excavations in 2016, a Parvati temple was found in front of the Bateshwar temple. Adjacent to this temple is a…

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Jhadeswar Temple, Talarampalli, Ganjam

Jhadeswar Temple is located at the foothills of the Krishnagiri Hills in Talarampalli, Ganjam district. It is about 15 km distance from Khallikote and Brahmapur city. In this temple, Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of Jhadeswar. Small shrines and other deities are worshipped on the premises of the Jhadeswar temple. Mahashivratri and Meru Yatra are the main festivals of this temple, and many devotees come on this day to observe the Yatra. Jhadeswar Mandir is one of the famous temples in Ganjam district. On the left side of…

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Madhava Temple,  Madhab, Niali, Cuttack

Madhava Temple is located in Madhab village of Niali block in Cuttack district. It is about 50 km distance from Cuttack and 45 km from Bhubaneswar. Lord Vishnu is worshipped as the main deity in this temple. The temple consists of three buildings in Pancharatha style Vimana, Jagamohana and Natamandapa. This Madhabananda temple was built by the Eastern Ganga dynasty in the 13th century. The architecture of this temple is very similar to that of the Sakshigopal Temple and the Ananta Vasudev Temple of Bhubaneswar. The idol of Dasa-Avatar of…

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