Deulajhari, Athamallik

Category Natural / Scenic beauty, Religious

Deuajhari is the ancient citadel of Saivism, located at 6 Km away from Athamallik and 90 Km away from Angul. The Temple has been constructed amidst dense indigenous Jasmine forest (locally known as Kaibana) that stands as the high walls around the temple. The uniqueness of the place lies in its hot springs that surround the temple. As per the ancient records there were eighty four such springs, but many of these have been overshadowed in the jasmine forest. Now twenty four springs are alive. Among these, the springs bearing the names like Agnikunda, Taptakunda, Himakunda, Annantakunda and Labakusa Kunda are prominent ones. The temperature of water in these springs varies from 40 degree Celsius to 62 degree Celsius. The Temple complex covers an area of 24 acres of land. The presiding deity Sidheswara Baba adores the main Temple

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How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Airport is Biju Patnaik Airport, Bhubaneswar. Distance is around 250 Kms.

By Train

Nearest Railway Station is Boinda which is 44 KMs from Deulajhari. Angul Railway Station is 90 KMs from Deulajhari.

By Road

Deulajhari is 90 Kms away from Angul & 6 KMs from Athamallik. Distance to Deulajhari can be covered by bus from both Angul or Athamallik.