Welcome to Bhadrak Tourism, Odisha

Bhadrak is located 140 kilometers from Bhubaneswar. On the 5th national highway. It serves as the district’s headquarters. On the east coast railway, there is a significant station. Bhadrak is magnificent and significant for the Temple Bhadra Kali. This temple was built in the ninth century AD and demolished in the 18th century AD.

The mountain inscriptions are preserved for visitors in the Odisha state museum in Bhubaneswar. During Kali Puja, a large number of pilgrims gathered here to worship the goddess Kali. The Akhandalamani Temple, Lord Siva’s abode, is located 37 kilometers from the district headquarters on the bank of the Baitarani River in Aradi. Maa Banka Basuli Temple and Baba Lokanath Shiva Temple are two temples in the city where one can worship and receive blessings.

There are several Hindu temples in the Bhadrak district, including the Maa Santoshi Temple in Korkora village, the Sri Radha Madanmohan temple, the temple of Akhandalamani, the Kali Puja held at Charampa, and the Prasanna Khemeswar Mahadev Temple in Anijo village. There are also Muslim mosques, including the Sufi Saint Mujahid-e-Millat’s Shrine at Dhamnagar. Khanquah-E-Habibah is another name for this shrine. It is the site of an annual festival known as Eid-Miladun-Nabi.

The district of Bhadrak encompasses an area of 2505 square kilometers. According to the 2011 census, the District’s total population is 15,06,337, with a male population of 7,60,260 and a female population of 7,46,077. Bhadrak District has 1 subdivision, 1370 villages, 218 Gram Panchayats, 07 Tahasils and 07 Blocks, 2 Municipalities, 2 NACs, 5 Assembly Constituencies, and 18 Police Stations.

Famous Tourist Places in Bhadrak

  1. Aradi Akhandalamani Temple
  2. Bankabasuli Temple
  3. Bhadrakali Temple
  4. Biranchi Narayan Temple
  5. Dhamarai Temple
  6. Jagannath Temple
  7. Raktatirtha Eram
  8. Chandabali
  9. Dhamra Port
  10. Satsang Vihar
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