Sun Temple, Konark
The Sun Temple Konark has been built in the form of a chariot of the Sun God, with stone wheels, pillars and walls. Konark Sun Temple is popularly known As “Black Pagoda”. the Popular Konark Sun temple is Located at a manageable distance from the throne of Lord Jagannath, Puri at 35 kms; the temple is around 65 kms from the Bhubaneswar.
This Temple is Dedicated to lord Surya. This temple’s wheels are sundials which is using to calculate time at every moment and most amusing is first sun rise from sun temple That Attracts tourists.
But the major part of sun temple structure has been ruined still its beauty has not Ruined for nature lovers. That’s very Nice to Visit at Early Morning Time.
Sree Jagannath Temple, Puri
Puri is a sacred holy place for lord Jagannath temple for it’s Chariot Festival or Ratha Yatra. It is one of the four dham. This Temple is dedicated to lord Bishnu. You can see sunrises and sunsets over the Bay of Bengal from the Golden Sea Beach Of Puri. Odisha Holiday Packages Means Puri Jagannath Temple And Sun temple Konark.
There are so many festivals of Sri Jagannath during the year observed in Puri. Those Festivals are Snana Yatra, Netrotsava, Cariot festival, Chitalagi Amabasya, and Dussehra etc But besides its many small small festivals also observed daily.
The temple is home to three deities — Lord Jagannath, his elder brother Balabhadra, and sister Subhadra — whose substantially sized wooden idols sit on a throne. At ratha Yatra Time Visitors visit puri Only for Visiting Lord jagannath temple In his Mausimaa Mandir with chariot.
Lingaraj Temple, Bhubaneswar
Lingaraj Temple is a temple of the Hindu god Shiva and is one of the oldest temples of the Temple City Bhubaneswar. Lingaraj is half Shiva and half Vushnu. The Shivalingam in the sanctum of the Lingaraja temple rises to a height of 8 inches above the floor level, and is 8 feet in diameter.
The followers of the Hindu religion have great regard for this temple and are revered by the Hindu people with their faith.
Alaranath Temple, Brahamgiri
Alarnatha Temple or Alvarnaath, is a temple dedicated to Vishnu and located in Brahmagiri, Odisha, nearPuri. After the Snana Purnima , Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and doddess Subhadra are kept away from the public view for a fifteen days period, and in These Days wooden images worshipped in the main temple.
Lord Chaitanya claimed that he visualised the appearance of Lord Jagannath in Alarnath and spent a long period in worshipping the deity here. While The lord jagannath temple in the ‘Anasara’ home, At the time a great devotee named Prabhu Chaitnya Dev had visited the temple, and after him peoples visit lord Alarnath Temple instead of Lord jagannath.
Sarala Tempel, Jhankad
Sarala Temple is a Hindu temple in the district of Jagatsinghpur, Orissa. The temple is well connected with road from Jagatsinghpur, Bhiubaneswar and Paradeep. The main deity of this temple is Goddess Sarala.
Goddess Sarala, is known as Bak Devi goddess of Knowledge and Wisdom. Here Devi Saraswati has been worshiped as Goddess Sarala. Here are many festivals are observed like Mahabishuba Sankranti, Raja Sankranti and Pana Sankranti.
Maa Taratarini Temple, Ganjam
Maa TaraTarini Temple have been regarded as the presiding deity is known as Ista-Devi in almost every houses in Orissa. This Temple Is Situated in the banks of River Rushikulya near Berhampur , the shrine is visited by millions of people every year, particularly on all Tuesdays of the month of Chaitra.
Each of these spots became a source of pure primal energy known as 51 Shakti Peeths and among them places where tantric power is greatest is referred as Adi Shakti Peeths according to the Shaktism cult.
Tarini temple is located at top of a hill. Motoreble road is there to climb up the hill to reach the temple. The road distance is 2.5 KM from foot hill to temple.
khirachora Gopinath Temple
One of the most visited places in remuna, Khirachora gopinath Temple is the temple of lord krishan. This Temple is Situated in Remuna A little distance 9km from balesore district, odisha. The name “Remuna” is from the word “Ramaniya” which means very good-looking. In the Odia “Khirachora” is Stealler of Milk and Gopinatha means the Divine Consort of Gopis from Brindaban.
This is a temple where Noone can get delicious ‘Kshira’ as this is main Prasad Here Available. The Gopinatha Kshira is a preparation of condensed milk, sugar, cream and curd with a sprinkling of raisins.
Biraja Temple, Jajpur
Biraja Temple Is Located in Jajpur district, Odisha. This is also Known as “Girija Kshetra”. The Durga Idol is Worshipped Here as maa Biraja. One of her feet is on lion, and the other feet is on Mahishasura’s chest is a great demon. Mahishasura is on a water buffalo.
A great Yagna was performed over the body of Gayasur by the Lords Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu to kill the mahisure demon at the last moment of this Festival or yanga. There are 108 Shivlingams in the temple.