Jaugada Fort is a famous historical place in the Ganjam district in Odisha. It is situated around 8 km from Purushottampur and 32 km away from Berhampur. It is a land of history remains that have ancient forts and a place for research. It was built by Druyodhan of Mahabharata, having five stone images of five Pandavas, which is more attractive for scholars. It is the second edict of the emperor. King Ashoka has visited Jaugada Fort and writes a few lines in the Parsi language. Ashoka had come to Odisha for and first time at Dhauli near Bhubaneswar. It is the centre of Buddhism and Saivism. It is a ruined fortress in the Ganjam district. The Archaeological Survey of India has developed this Place.