Places around Sambalpur within 10 kms

Here's a list of all places you could visit in Sambalpur with your prescribed distance:

1/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms

Situated at a distance of around 3. 5 km from Sambalpur, the Budharaja Hill is accessible via the Sambalpur-Rourkela Highway or the Sambalpur-Sundargarh-Rourkela Highway in under 15 minutes. The Budharaja Hill area is famous among the travellers for its Phallic shaped structure, which is regarded holy in many beliefs around the World.

The Budharaja Hill has a Shiva temple at its hill top, known as the Budharaja Shiva Temple. A solid concrete road leads the tourists and the visitors from the foot to the top of the hill where one can pay their respects and also enjoy a majestic view ...

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2/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms

The Dadhibaman Temple located in Dhanakauda in Sambalpur is a State Protected Temple owing to its rich history and the generations it has withstood. Located at a distance of approximately 2. 8 Km from the heart of Sambalpur, one can reach the temple in under 10 minutes via the Motijharan Road.

The temple being an aged piece of architecture has a simple layout with a whitewashed structure, it is a single floored structure at the ground floor with stupa like structures rising above the Temple. Believed to be built under the rule of the Chouhan Rulers, the Dadhibaman Temple is a prime...

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3/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms

The Deer Park is a public park and zoo located in the heart of the Sambalpur city and spread across an area of 13. 16 hectare.

The Deer Park was established in 1980. It is a well-maintained zoo which has about 100 - 150 deer, Chowsingha, Sambhar, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Sloth Bear, leopard, fox, monkey, civet cat, python, four horned antelopes, parakeet, moorhen, duck, spotted dove, reptiles and numerous birds, around 20 species. There are peacocks too which almost always open their feathers, displaying their beauty. A number of exotic birds can be found too in the zoo. Besides th...

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4/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms

Maa Pataneshwari Temple is a Hindu temple in Sambalpur, Western Orissa. The temple is located within Sambalpur city limitsThe temple is dedicated to Maa Patneshwari who is an incarnation of the Goddess Durga, Goddess Patneshwari is the presiding deity of the Kingdom of Patna.

Maa Pataneshwari Temple was built in the late 16th Century by the first Chauhan Ruler of Sambalpur, Balaram Dev, in the heart of the City which was earlier known as Patnagarh. The sanctum wherein the deity Maa Pataneshwari is established lies inside in a circular design, the presiding deity who is an incarnati...

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5/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms

Maa Samaleswari Temple is a Hindu temple in Sambalpur, Western Orissa.

Maa Samaleswari Temple is dedicated to the goddess known as 'Maa'. She is also known among the natives as "samalei" maa, meaning Mother Samaleswari. Shree Shree Samaleswari, the presiding deity of Sambalpur, is a strong religious force in the western part of Orissa and Chhattisgarh states of India. On the bank of the river Mahanadi, the mother goddess Samaleswari is worshipped since ancient times as Jagatjanani, Adishakti, Mahalaxmi and Mahasaraswati. The region in which the temple is situated has a rich cultural ...

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6/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms
Maneswar Shiva Temple, Sambalpur
8 kms from Sambalpur city limits
Architecture

The Maneswar Shiva Temple is located in Maneswar which is around 8 Kms from the town of Sambalpur and can be reached in under 20 minutes via the National Highway 55. It is one of the eight Astasambhu Temples in the district of Sambalpur and has Lord Shiva as its presiding deity.

The Maneswar Shiva Temple or the Maneswar Mandir as it is known around the region was built in the early 16th Century by the first King of Sambalpur, Balaramdev and hence to no wonder is one of the most famous Shiva temples of the region. Most of the construction was done during the Chauhan Rule and it is s...

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7/7 Places to Visit in Sambalpur within 10 kms

Raja Veer Surendra Sai Palace is located in the heart of the city, the palace is only about 2. 3 km from the mapped center of Sambalpur and can be reached in under 10 minutes via the Veer Surendra Sai Marg. The palace lies in a very depleted and ruined state today and is now only part of a historic story to tell around the people and the visitors.

Raja Veer Surendra Sai Palace is named after Surendra Sai who was born in the year 1809 as the legal heir of the crown after Maharaja Sai's reign was over, but was unaccepted by the British Rule resulting in him becoming a rebel. He remai...

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