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Chausathi Yogini Temple | 64 Yogini Mandir

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Chausathi Yogini Temple | 64 Yogini Mandir

Chausathi Yogini Temple-the home of 64 yoginis, located 15-km south east of Bhubaneswar in a little beautiful town called Hirapur, is devoted to goddess Shakti or Mahamaya (Yogini Goddesses). The temple is believed to be built by the Queen Hiradevi of Bramha dynasty during the 9th century.  It's built in a circular fashion, completely put together with blocks of sand stone. The inside of the circular wall has cavities, each housing the statue of a Goddess. There are around 56 such idols, made of black granite, inscribed within the wall cavities, centering on the main idol which is the Goddess Kali, who...

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Astasambhu Siva Temples, Bhubaneswar

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Astasambhu Siva Temples, Bhubaneswar

Astasambhu Shiva Temples are a collection of 8 Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva located in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa, India. A small temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva located in Tiadi Sahi of Puri. In local language ‘Asta’ means ‘Eight’ and ‘Sambhu is another name of Lord Shiva. Astasambhu temple houses a cluster of eight Shiva Lingas made of precious stones. Each one of them is of a different color. Some are white while some are red and black. Thus they are very appealing to devotees. The Shiva Lingas appear to be in different colors when looked at...

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Raja Rani Temple, Bhubaneswar

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Yogeswar Temple

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The temple is new, its God ( Sibling) is pretty old, dating back to 6th century. The temple is built with the help of rehabilitation assistance fund and unexpected source. Locals lent their helping hand. The help of cassette king late Gulshan Kumar is significant. He has donated all the marble fitted so far. A “Jugal Murti” of Shiba-Parvati carved out of single stone is placed as his spiritual gift in the sanctum -sanatorium Ram temple is located down hill. 40 ft. hanuman statue is one of the attraction. A drive in the winding road along the running water canal...

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Bhadrakali Temple

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The famous temple of Goddess Bhadrakali is located in the outskirts of the revenue village Aharapada which is at a distance of 8 kms away from Bhadrak town in the south- west direction. One has to go via Santhia and Utarabahini in the south-west direction of Kacheri Chhaka of Bhadrak town to reach the shrine. The popular belief is that the name of the Town has been derived from the name of the deity. The Godess: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...

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