Temples — sundargarh

Vaishnodevi Temple, Rourkela

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Vaishnodevi Temple at Rourkela is a replica of the original Temple of Vaishnodevi of Jammu (Trikuta Hills) and is situated on the top of the Durgapur Hill facing towards Rourkela Steel Plant. Bhairabanath Temple is situated near Vaishodevi Temple on the hill. In 2007, the Temple of Goddess Durga, located on the top of the hill, was opened for visitors. During Durga Puja, in the spring and autumn seasons, the Navaratri Festival is celebrated, hundreds of Hindu worshippers come here.

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Hanuman Vatika Rourkela

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Hanuman Vatika, or the garden belonging to Hanuman, is situated in Rourkela. The garden houses the second tallest statue of Hanuman in Orissa. The garden was renovated and inaugurated by the chief minister, the late Biju Patnaik of Orissa. The height of the statue is 75 feet. Every year on 23 February it celebrates its foundation day. Other temples inside the premises are 12 Jyotirlingas, Batta Mangala Devi, Sarala Devi Temple, Jagannath Temple, Lakshmi, and Santoshi Mata Temple. One Kalyan Mandap is built to accommodate public gatherings and functions. The Hanuman statue was built by Sri Lakshman Swami of Hyderabad....

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Vedavyas Temple

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Vedvyas Smasan Ghat, Vedvyas. 0.1 km; Triveni of Sankha, Koel & Saraswati, Vedvyas, Rourkela 0.1 km; Vedvyas Fair Fild of Shivratri. The name coined after the great sage Vyashadeva who wrote the great epic Mahabharat. It is situated 13 km away from Rourkela Railway Station and Rourkela New Bus Stand. The place has of immense importance because it is situated in the side of confluence of three rivers Sankha, Koel and underground Saraswati with the creation of Brahmani River. The name Brahmani coined after the great sage and Brahman Vyasha Dev. A cave that existed in the riverbank hill which...

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