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Jagannath Temple, Sabarang, Bhadrak

Jagannath Temple is situated at Sabarang and, it is 20 km away from Bhadrak town. It is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra. Ratha Yatra is the main festival of this temple. The architecture of the temple is much similar to Lord Jagannath temple in Puri. The Place is attracting thousands of visitors and Pilgrimages for its Panoramic Picturesque as this temple. According to Hindu mythology, Balabhadra, the elder brother of Lord Jagannath, is the god of agriculture. In ancient times, Bhadrak was also…

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Gupteswar Baba Shiva Temple, Kanapa Khandi, Boudh

Gupteswar baba shiva temple is situated at Kanapa Khandi. It is 20 km from Manamunda and around 50 km from the district headquarters of Boudh. Gupteswar baba is the presiding deity of the Shiva temple, which is situated on the bank of river Bagah. To reach the Shiva temple, you have to cross a wooden bridge that runs through the middle of the spring. Makar Sankranti is the main festival of this temple, which Devotees from all over the state come and celebrate the festival. The Sagada Dam is also…

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Maa Balakumari Temple, Koligam, Chikiti, Ganjam

Balakumari temple is situated on the top of the Kerandimala mountain, and it is 9 km from Chikiti and 37 km distance from Brahmapur in the District of Ganjam. Maa Balakumari is presiding in this temple. Devotees believe that the mother fulfils all their desires. It is a famous temple in the Ganjam district. Devotees have to climb 1240 steps to reach the top of the temple. All the stairs are covered for the convenience of the devotees and tourists. Balakumari hill station is a wonderful place for a picnic near Berhampur city…

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Damadamani Pitha, Dam Damani Reservoir, Cuttack

Dam Damani Pitha is located around 12 km distance from Choudwar and 30 km from Cuttack Town. Goddess DamDamani temple amidst the green forest of Dalijoda and a perennial stream flowing nearby. It is an ideal place for picnickers and devotees. The Pandavas during the exile had remained incognito near the kingdom of Birat. Legend says that the Pandavas during the exile had remained incognito near the Kingdom of Birat. The forest was a hunting ground of a king. Maa damaDamani Pitha is one of the most popular tourist places in…

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