Dambarugad Mountain, Dambarugarh, Boudh

The Dambarugad mountain is situated at a distance of 20 Km from Boudh. The name of the place is Sangrampur. The river Mahanadi flows down the mountain which makes for a visually stunning sight. The mountain gives a curve look from all of its sides. The height of the mountain is 70 feet. A hilltop with beautiful coverage looks like just a ‘Dambaru’. So people call this hill Dambarugarh Mountain. The height of the mountain is 70 feet. On the top, there is a temple of Chaitanya Deva. The presiding deity of this temple is Radha Krishna. This place was popular due to the Buddhist philosophers and their Sadhanas on the bank of the river Mahanadi. The place Dambarugada as a present is covered with dense forests.

Dambarugada is a place particularly identified as a small mountain that can easily be visible from Boudh town. Now the place which is a beautiful picnic spot attracts hundreds of nature lovers to view the gift of nature closely. Dambarugada is not only a place of Buddhist culture but also a place of cosmic culture where we can see the combined existence of different sects like Saivism, Vaisnavism and Shaktism. Near Dambarugarh an ancient Siva temple is situated namely Maneswar. The temple is an ancient temple. The existing structure stands there in place of the remaining destructed structure of the ancient Siva temple. 

Near Dambarugada we can find Baunsuni village. The village is the centre of the Shakti cult, the famous place of Stambeswari. King Ranabhanja of Boudh declared himself as the Stambeswari Lavdhabara Prasada. Near Dambargad a famous Vishnu temple was situated in the past which is now destroyed in course of time. Some copper plate inscriptions are there in Tatarkela, a village nearby Dambarugada. Now in a temple, Radha-Krishna is being worshipped as the presiding deity. Dambargarh is one of the best tourist places in Boudh, Odisha. (Source)