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Chandragiri The Mini-Tibet in Odisha

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Chandragiri The Mini-Tibet in Odisha

Chandragiri is located in the green valley of Gajapati district of Odisha, Chandragiri is famous for the Tibetan settlement and for the Buddhist monastery located by the side of it. Chandragiri, one of many diverse places that you can find in Odisha, is also called by many as 'Mini-Tibet'. The rare scenic beauty and the picturesque landscape surrounded by luxuriant tropical forest, gurgling rivers, exquisite mountain slopes and roaring hilltops makes it a perfect adobe for travelers.Bestowed with bounties of nature, this place is famous for seasonal fruits, Tibetan woolen garments, carpets and dogs of various breeds. The large-scale horticulture plantations,...

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Gandahati Waterfall | Marvelous Waterfall in Gajapati

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Gandahati Waterfall | Marvelous Waterfall in Gajapati

Gandahati is a marvelous waterfall of Gajapati district of Odisha, which had been attracting large numbers of visitors during winter. Gandahati is around 266 km far from Bhubaneswar and 30 km a long way from Paralakhemundi. The place is famous for the glittering water fall earns fame for consistent water flow throughout the year. The place is famous for the glittering water fall earns fame for consistent water flow throughout the year. The Gandahati waterfall is famous water fall in Odisha and this enclosed by dense green forest. Its scenic beauty amidst forest coverage had been attracting visitors from different parts of Odisha...

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Mahendragiri Hills

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About Gajapati district

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HISTORY:- Gajapati is a district of Odisha, India. It was created from Ganjam District in October 1992. Gajapati district was named after Maharaja Sri Krushna Chandra Gajapati Narayan Dev, the Raja Sahib of the Paralakhemundi estate (the first Chief Minister of the state), who is remembered for his contribution to the formation of a separate state, and an inclusion of the Paralakhemundi estate in Odisha. The district headquarters at Paralakhemundi, formerly a princely estate, has been clustered within a radius of approximately 5 kilometres around the geometric centre of Paralakhemundi. The District is a part of the Red Corridor.[1] As...

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