Samibrukhya Hills is located in Debala, approximately 63 kilometers from Baripada. Samibrukhya is a vertical rock formation 500 feet high. This location is associated with mythology. During their Aagyatvas, the Pandavas and Draupadi visited this location and hid their weapons in the branches of this sacred tree, according to legend. This tree is now in Pruthimanikani Hills. The road leading to Samibrukhya Hills is well-maintained.
At the road’s entrance at the foot of the hill, there are concrete Bhim maces, bows, and arrows. The five Pandavas, as well as Hanuman, Ganesh, Shiva, and Mata Kunti, are worshiped on the hill. The main festivals in this area are Makar Sankranti Mela and Maha Shivaratri, which are celebrated by the locals. The Samibrukshya Hill Station in Mayurbhanj, Odisha, is a popular tourist destination. The Machhakandana Waterfall and the Kala Dam are both lovely picnic spots near Samibrukhya.
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Samibrukhya Hill Station Opening Time
Samibrukhya Hills opening time is Monday to Sunday 7 am to Evening 6 pm
Best Time to visit to Samibrukhya Hill Station
The Best time to visit Samibrukshya Hills is from September to June and the winter season
Near Bus Stop
The nearest Bus stop is Kaptipada Bus Stand, which is located around 19 Km distance from Samibrukshya Hills
Near Railway Station
The Nearest Railway Station is Baripada, which is located around 62 Km distance from Samibrukshya Hills and 67 km from Balasore Railway Station.
The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik International Airport, which is located around 214 Km distance from Samibrukshya Hills