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Tourist Places in Angul

Tourist Destination in Angul

Angul district is situated at the heart of state and it also like a bridge between western and coastal area of Orissa. It was important in the aspect of historic point and after independence also one of important district which has rich cultural heritage, cosmopolitan approach, different temples, natural beauty, dense forest area, availability of many raw materials make Angul different from others.
Conveyance: Angul is well connected via roads and railways, nearest major cities are Cuttack, Bhubaneswar and People can take flights from Bhubaneswar.


Saila Srikhetra

The Saila Srikhetra (Jagannath Temple) is situated on the Sunasagad hill top. This temple was started to build in 1996 like the model of world famous Lord Jagannath Temple. Local administration formed a trustee for temple maintenance and it was opened in 2002 for public. Now It is not only in district but famous in whole state and near by also.

Rengali Dam

Rengali dam has been constructed over the Brahmani river. Here, 120 MW capacity hydro electrical power project has been installed over it. This is nice picnic spot around the dam in the district.


Deulajhari ancient temple has been constructed amidst dense Jasmine forest, it spread an area of 24 acres of land. The uniqueness of this place cause of its twenty four hot waterfalls surrounding the temple. The temperature of water in these springs from 40 degree Celsius to 62 degree Celsius. People have strong belief that the hot water springs contains properties which can cure diseases.

Kosala Ramchandi

Goddess Ramchandi is believed to be possessed of great powers. It is believed by local people that worshipping Goddess Ramchandi sterile women will obtain children. Every year big ceremony (Yatra) held here in which Thousands of people gethered.


The rock art sleeping posture of Lord Vishnu is at Bhimakanda village about 30 km fromTalcher town and 50 km from Angul and on the right bank of Brahmani river. It has the distinction of being the largest sleeping idol posture of Lord Vishnu of dated back 8th-9th century.