Dhenkanal located on National Highway connecting Cuttack with Sambalpur. Dhenkanal is a district of Odisha. There are many numbers of famous tourist places.
It is the gateway toward one of the eldest forest covers of Orissa which houses the elephants, wild animals and various varieties of birds and beasts.
Bordered by Kendujhar to the north, Jajpur to the east, Angul to the west and Cuttack to the south, Dhenkanal is a lovely city of the state Odisha.
The old town of Dhenkanal in Odisha is a delicious mix of nature, spirituality, and history. Unusually will you find a city replete with characteristics of all? Don’t miss the chance to visit Orissa’s most famous tourist spots.
Thousands of travelers come to visit different attractions of Dhenkanal. Between all tourist places of Kapilash Temple is favorite of all.
The peak of Kapilas is at an altitude of 2,150 ft, differently acknowledged as Kailash of Odisha.
Also a site of spectacular beauty, Saptasajya is located at Dhenkanal which is also a picnic spot which situated at a distance of about 11 Km from the town, Visitors can go for adventurous trekking to the nearby hills to experience the wild roads.
Astasambhu Temple located in Kualo Dhenkanal is an ancient temple track back to about 1400 years ago which situated at a distance of 72 km from central town.
Kualo or Karamula was the old capital of Dhenkanal. Kualo located in the northern range of Dhenkanal town at a distance of 32 Km on the right side of river Brahmani. The kingdom ruled by the Shulki king who holds Stamba epithets. They were the feudatories of the Bahmukar king, and their God continued to be Lord Shiva. Therefore we observe eight Shiva temples at Kualo identified as Ashta Sambhu.
The kingdom ruled by the Shulki king who holds Stamba epithets. They were the feudatories of the Bahmukar king, and their God continued to be Lord Shiva. Therefore we observe eight Shiva temples at Kualo identified as Ashta Sambhu.
These eight Shiva lingams are known as – Kanakeswar, Swapneswar, Aisneswar, Kapileswar, Baidyanatheswar, Baneswar and Lokanatheswar.
Dhenkanal railway station which serves Dhenkanal district in the Indian state of Odisha. As per history, Dhenkanal railway station was developed in 1922 when Talcher coalfield linked to Howrah Chennai line. Now the station well connected to the main cities but still a long way to go, which we may see in future if some better Government come into power.
The nearest airport of Dhenkanal is at Bhubaneswar which is approximately 90 Kilometers away from our district head quarter.
Dhenkanal is Odisha Famous for Bara which made of black gram plus rice. It has a distinctive taste & aroma. Any tourist visit here if he does not taste it, all tour looks incomplete.