Chhatia Bata, Jagannath Temple, Jajpur

The famous Chhatia Bata Temple is situated about 30 km distance from Cuttack and 48 km away from Jajpur Town. The main deity of this temple is Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, Devi Subhadra. The main attraction of this temple is the old banyan tree inside the bata campus. It was his sadhana Pitha and samadhi Pitha and stand still as yet like Achyutanda. Hadi das has written many bhajans, Janana and Malika consisting indication of futurity. Hadi Das is a great saint of Odisha and is also worshipped by the people. Chhatia bata is a sacred place for Hindus.

There is lord Jagannath Mandir at Chhatia in a modern architectural temple, which looks very beautiful temple in Odisha. The temple was built by Anantavarman Chodaganga Deva in the 12th century. The rituals and traditions at Jagannath temple in Puri are also followed in Chhatia Bata Jajpur. It is associated with the Kalki Avatar of Lord Vishnu, Which is the 10th avatar of Lord Vishnu. According to the Malik Puranas, Lord Jagannath will end the Kali Yuga by entering the Kali Yuga with a 12-handed long sword with the idea of ​​a Kalki avatar.

The main attraction of this temple is the old banyan tree inside the bata campus. The ritual in this temple is similar to the Puri temple. Every year thousands of Devotees and tourists come here from Odisha and different states. Chhatia Jagannath temple is one of the most famous temples in Jajpur District, Odisha.

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Nearest Bus Stop

The nearest Bus stop is Chandikhol, which is located around 16 Km distance from Chatia Jagannath mandir

Nearest Railway Station

The Nearest Railway Station is Cuttack Keonjhar Road, which is located around 25 Km distance from Chhatia Bata Jagannath Temple

Nearest Airport

The nearest Airport is Biju Patnaik International Airport, which is located around 54 Km distance from Jajpur Chhatia Bata

Best Time to visit

Best time to visit Chhatia Bata Jagannath Temple at all times of the year.