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Biraja Temple or Viraja Kshetra , 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 towns

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Chandikhole is a town in Jajapur district, Odisha, India. The place has been named after Goddess Chandi worshipped by late monk Baba Bhairabananda Bramhachari who established the deity of Maa Chandi i

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Duburi is at a distance of 38 km from Chandikhol towards Daitari mines on Express Highway. It is going to be one of the most eminent cities of Odisha in the very near future as a number of steel plant

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Archaeological museum at Ratnagiri is one of the important site museums of Archaeological Survey of India, built on the northern crest of the Ratnagiri village, of District Jajpur in Odisha.

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Mahabinayak is situated at a distance of 6 km from Chandikhol to the west.Here tourists can enjoy the natural surroundings and the temples of Lord Binayak.The accommodation facility can be availed at

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Atharanala is one of the oldest visiting places for tourist in Jajpur District.The Place is about 200 meteres away from Biraja Temple. The accommodation facility can be availed at Jajpur Road by hirin

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Dasaswamedha Ghat is situated on the bank of river Baitarani. This famous holy spot was built during the rule of Jajati Kesari.Baruni Snana is a significant occasion when many pilgrims visit the place

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Famous Gokarneswar temple is located 1km. away from Jaraka. The temple has mythological importance since the days of Mahabharat. Pandavas came to the bank of river Brahmani for paying homage to their

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One of the famous temples of Jajpur District, Jaganath temple is located on the Bank of river Baitarani. Many piligrim spots are closely situated to this temple. There is no historical information reg

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Langudi hill is one of the Budhist monuments of Jajpur. The hill is located on the bank of river Kelua. The inscriptions on the stones are unique in nature and rarest both in Northeastern part of Ind

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The temple of seven goddessess which is known as Saptamatruka is on the Dasaswamedha Ghat. The seven Goddesses worshipped here are Chamunda, Barahi, Indrani, Vaisnavi, Brahmi, Kaimari, Maheswari and N

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This temple of lord Shiva is located at Jaunlibandha. It is believed to be a remarkable contribution of Ganga Bansa Kings.The accommodation facility can be availed at Jajpur Road and Jajpur town by hi

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Udayagiri is a famous Buddhist place of the district, which is visited by the visitors and Buddhists throughout the year. The place is located by the side of NH 5A that is connected from Cuttack to Pa

Welcome to Jajpur District

Jajpur District was formed by ‘Jajati Keshari’, the Somavanshi King in early 10th Century. The District takes its name from its head quarter town, Jajpur. The history of the Jajpur District from time immemorial is synonymous with the Biraja and Biraja Khetra. The Jajpur District came into being on 1st April 1993. Prior to that it was part of Cutta...

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