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Tourist place in Boudh

Tourist Destination in Boudh



Satkosia Sanctuary

The lush green forests and rich wild life in Satakosia is located towards the end of 22 km long sanctuary. The majestic Satkosia acclaimed the meeting point of Chhota Nagpur plateau forests, dry deciduous forests and moist peninsular Sal forests and is a place of tiger, leopard, elephant, spotted deer, chousingha, sloth beer and varieties of resident and migratory birds and different species of reptiles like gharial, mugger, crocodile, fresh water turtles, poisonous and non-poisonous snakes etc. The this is ideal place for boating and other water sports.

Joginder Palace

The palace was residence of the king of Boudh also known as Rajabati. Raja Jogindra Dev was constructed the palace who was generous ruler. The palace is a picturesque and handsome building, from here a fine view display of Mahanadi river.

Rameswara Temple

Rameswara Temples is a complex of three temples of Siva at Boudh town, 8th Century AD old temples are from the reputed for their special feature. The star shaped temples take the important place in the spectrum of medieval Orissan Temple architecture.

Jagati Temple

Jagati temple is 16 kms away from Boudh town near the Gandharadi and Jagati village, The ancient Jagatipur was the capital of the Somabansi King Jajati. The 8th Century AD old, famous twin temple is a combination of Nilamadhava and Siddheswar. These two temples were built on a single platform, both are exactly similar to each other, these were under the patronage of Bhanja rulers of the Khinjali Mandala . The construction principle of Jagamohanas at gandharadi is slightly different than that of other temples. Their roof were built on the cantilever principle and originally it seams to have been supported on twelve large hollow square pillars.


The Dambarugada mountain is about 20 Km away from Boudh town at Balangir road. Sangrampur is the name of this place. The river Mahanadi flows downward from the 70 feet high mountain which gives a stunning view. The mountain appears in curve look from all side. Chaitanya Deva temple is situated on the top of the mountain and Radha Krishna are the presiding deity.

Nayakpada Cave

The Nayakpada Cave is situated from 12 km far from Boudh town. at the many years back the cave was the ashram of sadhus. Forest is rich in many types of flora and fauna.

Marjakud Island

The wonderful Marjakud island is at the opposite side of Boudh town in the river Mahanadi. Around three thousand people are living there. Maa Pitabali is the presiding deity of this place. This is an ideal place for a picnic and can spend a quality time with beloved one.