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Ekagudi Waterfall, Salimi, Mathili, Malkangiri

Ekagudi waterfall is the highest waterfall in Malkangir. It is located at Salimi and is 30 km distance from Mathili and 70 km from¬†Malkangiri. The height of this waterfall is around 200 feet. After crossing farmlands, forests and hilly roads, Ekagudi waterfall comes. The waterfall is visible about a kilometre from the parking lot. Winter is the perfect time to have a picnic here. It is a good place to bathe because the spring water is clean. Ekagudi waterfall is one of the popular tourist attractions places in the Malkangiri…

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Mangardora Temple, Ghumar Waterfall, Nabarangpur

Mangardora Shiva temple, park and Ghumar Waterfall are located located in Benakhamar Reserve Forest and is about 7 km distance from Tentulikhunti and 31 km from Nabarangpur. Lord Shiva is worshipped as Neelkanteshwar inside a cave. There are a beautiful Park and Ghumar Waterfall near the temple cave. Mangardora is a best Tourist attraction places in Nabarangpur District. Magardora shiva temple is surrounded by hills and forests, which attracts tourists to come here. A large number of tourists come to visit this Shiva temple apart from the main festival of…

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Bhairaghumar Waterfall, Nabarangpur

Bhairaghumar Waterfall is located inside the Ambapani Sanctuary near the border of Odisha and Chhattisgarh and is 16 km distance from Chandahandi and 100 km from Nabarangpur. The height of Bhairaghumar Waterfall is around 150 feet, which is surrounded by dense forest. The waterfall appears after a 2-3 km hill trek to reach this place. The adventure of the waterfall and the environment is enjoyable. The beautiful waterfall flows from the top of the hill, which is Best for bathing. Kuhudi Bhairaghumar Waterfall is one of the highest waterfall &…

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Ghumareswar Temple & Waterfall, Nabarangpur

Ghumareswar Temple is situated on a hill about 32 km distance from Nabarangpur city. In this temple, Lord Shiva is worshipped inside a rock cave, and a short distance away is the temple of Goddess Parvati. After climbing about 100 steps, one can reach the Ghumureswar temple.¬† Mahashivratri is the famous festival of this temple. Throughout the year devotees from different parts of Odisha come here to worship Lord Ghumareswar Mahadev. Another attraction of this place is the Ghumurswar Falls near the Shiva Temple. A large number of tourists come…

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