Samibrukhya Hills is located at Debala and is about 63 km distance from Baripada town. Samibrukhya is a vertical rock whose height is about 500 feet. This place is associated with mythology. According to Mythology, the Pandavas along with Draupadi at the time of their Aagyatvas visited this place and hid their weapons in the the branches of this sacred tree. Now this tree is found in Pruthimanikani Hills. There is good communication going to Samibrukhya Hills.
Bhim maces, bows and arrows made of concrete can be seen at the entrance of the road at the foot of the hill. The idols of the five Pandavas along with Hanuman, Ganesh, Shiva, and Mata Kunti are worshipped on the hill. Makar Sankranti Mela and Maha Shivaratri are the main festivals of this place, and local people come here to observe these festivals. Samibrukshya Hill Station is a tourist attraction place in Mayurbhanj, Odisha. Machhakandana Waterfall and Kala Dam are beautiful picnic spots near Samibrukhya.
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