Bhadrak in India, from Asia region, is best know for Sacred & Religious Sites. Discover best things to do in Bhadrak with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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The temple is situated in Kuansh, Near Facor Office, Bhadrak.Its phone number is 06784-251730, 9040200454& 8984351753.It is well maintained and nice temple.The environment of the temple is very peaceful.Its outer side is also clean.We fill proud after visiting here.
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Bhadrak Kali Puja at Charampa bazaar is a special attraction and the tourists throng from across the State to witness the festival. The puja here is accompanied by a ‘mela’ wherein vendors from not just the State but from West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Manipur and UP set up stalls to exhibit and sell their handicrafts
Bhadrak Kali Puja at Charampa bazaar is a special attraction and the tourists come across the State are witness of the festival. The puja here is accompanied by a ‘mela’ wherein vendors from not just the State but from West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Manipur and UP set up stalls to exhibit and sell their handicrafts.Every one who come here enjoy very much and purchase objects of their use.
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The popular belief is that the name of the Town has been derived from the name of the deity.According to legends originally Bhadrakali was worshiped inside a cave in the Meghasana hill of Mayurbhanja district by a sage named Tapasa Russi. After the death of the sage, one of his pupil namely Bhadranatha brought the goddess to Bhunyamahalla of Bhadrak
It takes 9 minutes to travel from Bhadrak to Maa Bhadrakali Temple. Approximate driving distance between Bhadrak and Maa Bhadrakali Temple is 8 kms or 5 miles.
A big idol of Bhadrakali is situated in the temple which looks very beautiful.The statue of Goddess is of black granite and is seated in lotus posture on a lion. The temple remains open for visitors and devotees everyday from 6.30 am to 1pm and again from 3pm to 9.30 pm.As per the nomenclature of the goddess one tends to believe that it is the goddess Kali who is being worshiped in this Bhadrakali Pitha. However, since the deity is seated on a lion, one school of thought has opined that the goddess can be no other than the goddess Durga
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The Dhamra Port Company Limited (DPCL) is a 50:50 joint venture between L&T and TATA Steel. DPCL has been entrusted, by way of a concession granted by Government of Orissa to build and operate a deep draught, all weather multi user port at Dhamra in Bhadrak district
Dhamra Port is located on the north of mouth of river Dhamra . The Port is situated about 100 Nm south of Haldia major port and about 50 Nm north of Paradip major port. Dhamra falls in close proximity to the mineral rich industrial states of Orissa, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.One should must see this beautiful site.Camera is allowed here to take photographs. The nearest railway station is Bhadrak which is 62 kms away from Dhamra .Dhamra is connected by road with Bhadrak (82 kms).
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Akhandalamani Temple at Aradi village, Odisha, India, is dedicated to Lord Siva. This temple is about 37 kilometres away from Bhadrak. The present fifty-foot cement and concrete temple structure replaced a wooden temple some time between 1830-1840 AD.At Shivratri lots of devootees from all over the India come here to worship Lord Shiva.It is very famous among local people.
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one merchant namely Dhaneswar who often traded with the Singhalies (Srilanka) had brought a deity namely "Pashana Mangala" from Sri Lanka and had established the same at Dhamara on his way back home. The said deity later on came to be known as MAA DHAMARAI.
It is around 40km from Basudevpur town of Bhadrak district.From Basudevpur, you have to go towards Bideipur.From Bideipur chhak,you have to go on left road towards Dhamara.First you will see Dhamara port which is not allowed for general public and after 3 km there is Dhamurei Temple.It excellent and deity is worshiped by lady priest.Calm & quite place.Prasad is also available there.You can find the sea-beach which is not so good.From Basudevpur,you have to hire a taxi
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This is a well organised temple. Very peaceful area . Must visit this temple during Bhadrak visit. Architecture of this temple was very different amazing other temple.
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Biranchi Narayan is another name for Lord Surya, the Sun God of light and lustre Today, the standing Biranchi Narayan Temple stands as evidence of the heritage of Surya Upasana in Orissa
Visited with friends and took blessings. It was nice experience. Sri biranchinarayan temple was good place for visit with family.
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