Lord Jagannath Temple of Puri

Lord Jagannath Temple of Puri

Jagannath Temple is one of the most renowned as well as the biggest temples of Odisha, so it is known as “Shree Mandir” in Odia. This temple was established in the 12th century, and dedicated to Lord Jagannath (Lord Krishna) who is known as the Lord of the Universe in Hindusm. The credit for laying the foundation of the […]

 

Cuttack Chandi Temple

Cuttack Chandi Temple

Cuttack Chandi Temple is located near the south Barabati Area of Cuttack which is about 5 kms from the Cuttack main city. The main deity of the temple is Goddess Chandi. It is believed that the image of the deity is older than the temple. This temple is also known as Maa Cuttack Chandi Temple. Myth about Cuttack Chandi […]

 

Kapilash Temple of Dhenkanal

Kapilash Temple of Dhenkanal

Kapilash temple is situated in the north east corner of Dhenkanal town at a distance of 26 Km from the district head quarters. The temples is situated in about 2239 feet from the sea level. The temple is 60 feet in height .There are two approaches for the temple. One is through climbing 1352 steps […]

 

Dhabaleswar Temple of Cuttack

Dhabaleswar Temple of Cuttack

Dhabaleswar Temple is a famous temple in Cuttack which is situated on the shore of River Mahanadi. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and mainly this place is famous for the hanging bridge or in odia this is known as Jhula Polo. Thistemple is situated at a distance of 37 kilometers from the city of Cuttack and 55 km from Bhubaneswar. The temple, located on the banks of the by the RiverMahanadi, is […]

 

Bhattarika Temple of Athgarh of Odisha

Bhattarika Temple of Athgarh of Odisha

About Bhattarika Temple Bhattarika Temple is one of the famous Hindu temple of Odisha which is situated in Athgarh of Cuttack district in StateOdisha. This famous temple of Bhattarika is dedicated to Goddess Bhattarika who is known as a demonstration of Shakti. This famous temple is located at the side of the biggest river of Odisha “Mahanadi” and on the foot of Ratnagiri Hill. […]

 

Goddess Hingula of Angul

Goddess Hingula of Angul

The holy place (peetha) of the Goddess Hingula is situated on the bank of the river Simhada in the West of erstwhile Talcher Estate (Now in the District of Angul). In Assam, there is a place of pilgrimage named Jwalamukhi where a similar goddess Hingula or Hingulei or Hingulaksi is being worshipped. It is for this reason that the presiding deity […]

 

Binikei Pitha of Angul

Binikei Pitha of Angul

A Pitha of Goddess Binikei is another spot of Tourist attraction in the sub division of Athamallik. The place is located on the bank of the river Mahanadi and is 25 Km from Athamallik. The spot is gateway to the famous Satkosia gorge in the river Mahanadi. At the bank of the Temple stand the toweringPanchadhara hills like […]

 

Lingaraj Temple of Odisha

Lingaraj Temple of Odisha

Lingaraj Temple is one of the famous Hindu temple in Odisha. The main deity of this temple is “Harihar” whose common name is “Lord Shiva”. This Lingaraj Temple is one of the most oldest temple of Odisha. The Lingaraj Temple is located at Bhubaneswarwhich is the capital of Odisha. The main attraction of this temple is this Lingaraj Temple is […]

 

The Biraja Temple of Jajpur

The Biraja Temple of Jajpur

Biraja Temple is one of the ancient Hindu temples located in the Jajpur district of Odisha, India. This present temple was built in 13th century. It is situated in the Jajpur Township which is nearly 125 KM north from Bhubaneswar. The main idol is Devi Durga who is worshiped by the name Viraja. The idol is having two hands(dwibhuja), in one hand she […]

 

Olasuni Temple , Odisha

Olasuni Temple , Odisha

The famous temple of Maa Olasuni became illustrious due to famous Odia Saint, Religious Writer and Philosopher Arakshit Das in around 1835. The temple situates on a hilltop and cave of Palai Mouza, Badachana Block of Jajpur District. The famous writer, philosopher and saint Arakshit Das has rested his soul (Atma-Samadhi) on Jan-19 of 1837 (Magha, Krushna, Ekadashi). Then onwards on every year […]