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Jagannath Temple, Keradagarh, Rajnagar, Kendrapara

Lord Jagannath Temple is situated at Keradagarh, and it is about 7 km from Rajnagar and 47 km from Kendrapara town. Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra are worshipped in this Keraragarh temple. According to history, the temple is about 300 years old and was built by the king of Bhanja. The Ratha Yatra is the main festival of this Jagannath temple, and many devotees come here to the Chariot festival. Keraragarh Jagannath temple is a tourist place in Kendrapara.…

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Jagannath Temple, Rayagada

Jagannath Temple is situated inside Rayagada Town and is only just 2 km from Maa Majhighariani Temple. Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra are worshipped in this temple. According to locals and history, the temple was built more than 50 years ago. At this place, the new temple was inaugurated in 2007 by the Maharaja of Puri Gajapati.  Rathayatra is the main festival of this temple, which attracts thousands of devotees. There are hills and streams all around the temple, which is surpassing to…

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Luha Khambeswara Shiva Temple, Luha Khamba, Gajapati

Luha Khambeswara Shiva Temple is situated inside a Cave at the top of Luhakhamba Mountain Peak. It is 27 km from R. Udayagiri and around 82 km from Paralakhemundi of the Gajapati district. Lord Shiva is worshipped in an iron incarnation, so he is known as Luha Khambeswar. Karthika Purnima is the main festival of the temple, and devotees come here to watch the Function. To reach Luha Khamba Temple, you have to walk about 6 to 7 km up the…

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Gudeswar Shiva Temple, Durgapalli, Sambalpur

Gudeswar Shiva Temple has situated On the bank of the Mahanadi river near village Durgapalli. It is around 7 km from Sambalpur town. The shape of this temple looks like Shiva's Linga. Lord Shiva is worshipped in this temple. Mahashivratri is the main festival of the temple, which attracts thousands of devotees. There is a Hanuman temple inside the Gudeswar Shiva Temple campus. Gudeswar Shiva Temple is one of the most ancient temples in Odisha. Previous Next

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