Anantashayana Vishnu, Saranga unknown to most of the tourist

Anantashayana Vishnu is located at a small place called Sarang in odisha and most of us do not know about it because of lack of information on it on web.

This wonder is not far from all of you, it is at 60 KM from Dhenkanal, and just situated at 7 KM from Talcher. You can take bus from most of the places to this place, even we have train communication to talcher.

Enjoy and share this to all your friend and relatives.

Anantashayana Vishnu

Anantashayana Vishnu, Saranga

Earth Quake Felt at Dhenkanal

Earth Quake at Dhenkanal District

Earth Quake at Dhenkanal District                                                                             Image: philstar.com

Bhubaneswar: Tremors measuring 3.2 and 2.8 on the Richter scale were felt in Odisha’s Dhenkanal district on Saturday morning, the meteorological department said here. The first tremors, which lasted for two-three seconds were experienced at 8.18 a.m. and again at 11.21 a.m., said Sarat Chandra Sahu, director of the Regional Meteorological Centre here. Since it was a very low magnitude earthquake it only affected Dhenkanal and its surrounding areas, the official added. Though no casualties or damage were reported, the temblors created panic among residents who left their houses and came out in the open. (IANS)

Source: theshillongtimes.com

DHENKANAL: Tremors in Dhenkanal on Saturday morning caused panic among the people who rushed out of buildings in both rural and urban areas.

Rekha Sahoo, a headmaster of a school in Paikadahikore village near Govindpur, 10 kms away from the district headquarters town, said students and teachers ran outside the school when the first tremor was felt. “We did not go in for one hour apprehending more tremors,” she said.

People in residential areas of the town rushed out of their houses. “We clearly felt the tremor. We were terrified and came out into the open,” said Pravash Mohapatra, a local. No damage has been reported so far.

The low intensity earthquakes were recorded around 8.18 am and 11.21 am and lasted for a few seconds.

Source: newindianexpress.com

Scooters Going to be a museum piece in India

Once upon a time scooters seen on each family home and known as a family bike in india. But as our technology changing, with time indian roads now full of bikes from top sellers like Bajaj, Hero and Yamaha.

Now if someone drive by a scooter in any part of country, people head turns like we saw it for the first and last time. Now a old scooter either goes to back yard of house or sold in range of 1000 to 3000 rupees. Still some people have them with pride. Time and Technology changing very fast. Do you have one scooter?

Scooters on indian road

A Scooter Passing near dhenkanal

New Trains and Extension of trains in Railway Budget 2014

 

Railway Budget 2014

Railway Budget 2014

Jansadharan Trains

i) Ahmedabad-Darbhanga Jansadharan Express via Surat
ii Jaynagar-Mumbai Jansadharan Express
iii) Mumbai-Gorakhpur Jansadharan Express
iv) Saharasa-Anand Vihar Jansadharan Express via Motihari
v) Saharasa-Amritsar Jansadharan Express
Premium Trains
i) Mumbai Central-New Delhi Premium AC Express
ii) Shalimar-Chennai Premium AC Express
iii) Secunderabad- Hazrat Nizamuddin Premium AC Express
iv)Jaipur-Madurai Premium Express
v) Kamakhya-Bengaluru Premium Express
AC ExpressTrains
i) VijayawadaNewDelhiAPExpress(Daily)
ii) LokmanyaTilak(T)-Lucknow(Weekly)
iii) Nagpur-Pune(Weekly)
iv) Nagpur-Amritsar(Weekly)
v) Naharlagun-NewDelhi(Weekly)
vi) Nizamuddin-Pune(Weekly)

ExpressTrains

i) Ahmedabad-Patna Express(Weekly)via Varanasi
ii) Ahmedabad Chennai Express(Biweekly)via Vasai Road
iii) Bengaluru -Mangalore Express(Daily)
iv) Bengaluru -Shimoga Express(Biweekly)
v) Bandra(T)-Jaipur Express(Weekly)Via Nagda,Kota
vi) Bidar-Mumbai Express(Weekly)
vii) Chhapra-Lucknow Express (Tri weekly)viaBallia,Ghazipur,Varanasi
viii) Ferozpur-Chandigarh Express(6 days a week)
ix) Guwahati-Naharlagun Intercity Express(Daily)
x) Guwahati-Murkongselek Intercity Express(Daily)
xi) Gorakhpur-Anand Vihar Express(Weekly)
xii) Hapa-Bilaspur Express(Weekly)via Nagpur
xiii) Hazur Saheb Nanded-Bikaner Express(Weekly)
xiv) Indore-Jammu Tawi Express(Weekly)
xv) Kamakhya-Katra Express(Weekly)via Darbhanga
xvi) Kanpur-Jammu Tawi Express(Biweekly)
xvii) Lokmanya Tilak(T)-Azamgarh Express(Weekly)
xviii) Mumbai_Kazipeth Express(Weekly)via Balharshah
xix) Mumbai-Palitana Express(Weekly)
xx) New Delhi Bhatinda Shatabdi Express(Biweekly)
xxi) New Delhi-Varanasi Express(Daily)
xxii) Paradeep-Howrah Express(Weekly)
xxiii) Paradeep-Visakhapatnam Express(Weekly)
xxiv) Rajkot-Rewa Express(Weekly)
xxv) Ramnagar-Agra Express(Weekly)
xxvi) Tatanagar Baiyyappanahali (Bengaluru) Express(Weekly)
xxvii) Visakhapatnam-Chennai Express(Weekly)

Passenger Trains

i) Bikaner-Rewari Passenger(Daily)
ii) Dharwad-Dandeli Passenger(Daily)via Alnavar
iii) Gorakhpur-Nautanwa Passenger(Daily)
iv) Guwahati-Mendipathar Passenger(Daily)
v) Hatia-Rourkela Passenger
vi) Byndoor-Kasaragod Passenger(Daily)
vii) Rangapara North-Rangiya Passenger(Daily)
viii) Yesvantpur-Tumkur Passenger(Daily)

MEMU services

i) Bengaluru -Ramanagaram 6 days a week(3Pairs)
ii) Palwal-Delhi-Aligarh

DEMU services

i) Bengaluru -Neelmangala (Daily)
ii) Chhapra-Manduadih (6days a week)via Ballia
iii) Baramula-Banihal (Daily)
iv) Sambalpur-Rourkela (6 days a week)
v) Yesvantpur Hosur (6 days a week)

EXTENSION OF RUN OF EXISTING TRAINS

i) 22409/22410 Anand Vihar Sasaram Garib Rath Express to Gaya
ii) 12455/12456 Delhi Sarai Rohilla Sriganganagar Express to Bikaner
iii) 15231/15232 Gondia Muzaffarpur Express to Barauni
iv) 12001/12002 New Delhi Bhopal Shatabdi Express to Habibganj
v) 54602 Ludhiana-Hissar Passenger to Sadulpur
vi) 55007/55008 Sonpur-Kaptanganj Passenger to Gorakhpur
vii) 55072/55073 Gorakhpur-Thawe Passenger toSiwan
viii) 63237/63238Buxar-Mughalsarai MEMU toVaranasi
ix) 63208/63211Jhajha-PatnaMEMUtoJasidih
x) 64221/64222LucknowHardoi MEMU to Shahjahan pur
xi) 68002/68007Howrah-Belda MEMU to Jaleswar

Everest climber Kalpana Das made Dhenkanal Town Proud

A brave lady , Kalpana Das scaled Mount Everest , as it made her first lady in odisha to achieve such a feat.

Kalpana scaled the world’s highest peak on May 21, along with 20 other Indian climbers.

Hailing from Dhenkanal District in Odisha, this woman made us proud who is also a lawyer, always cherished a dream of climbing Mount Everest since her childhood.

She faced a lot of difficulties during the course of the expedition, but her grit and determination kept her going. She Crediting her achievement to the wishes of her well-wishers.

“It is due to God’s mercy and the best wishes of my family that I was able to scale Everest and returned safely. I’m happy and am keen to attempt climbing it again,” she said.

It was Kalpana’s third attempt at the expedition, as she could not complete her trek to Everest on earlier two occasions due to bad health and unfavorable weather conditions. (ANI)

Climber from Odisha

Everest Climber Kalpana Das, Dhenkanal

Temples around Dhenkanal Town

Dhenkanal Town have many small temples and places to visit. In Our District we have famous temples for God Shiva which attract thousands of tourist each year.

Some of temples are:

  1. Pachimeswar Temple
  2. Sanischar Mandir, Godidihi
  3. Sidha Ramachandi, Nadhara
  4. Goukanekeswar Mandir, Nadhara
  5. Baladevajeu Mandir (Deula Sahi)
  6. Kunjakanta Mandir (Kunjakanta)
  7. Sundarasuni Mandir (Bypass Chawk)
  8. Dakhinakali Mandir (Dakhinakali Road)
  9. Kapilash Temple
  10. Sita-ram Mandir, Saptasajya-Dhenkal
  11. Mahima Alekha Gadi, Joranda
  12. Shiva Mandir, Jeebankhol (Jharagadia )
  13. Sai Temple, Datatreya, Kapilas Road
  14. Matrupitha, Barada
  15. Parmeswar Temple (Hatura)
  16. Budheswar Temple,Bhuban
  17. Satsang Srimandir, Dhenkanal

 

Mandira in dhenkanal town

Pachimeswar Temple, Near Bhapur, Dhenkanal

Dhenkanal Exports Mangoes to Other countries

All of you know dhenkanal district known for greenery and natural beauty. Now there is another good news. Slowly dhenkanal going to be the mango hub of Odisha, India.

Horticulture department helping farmer to find export quality sapling and keep regular training to produce high quality mangos. Other than dhenkanal other places which produce good quality produce are Gajapati, Koraput, Rayagada, Gunpur, Malkanpuri, Ganjam and Puri.

This year in 2014 most of the odisha mangoes exported to Dhaka, Bangladesh where demand of odisha fruit is on high. Mostly they are interested to buy Dussehri and Amrapali type of this fruit.

Do you like these mangos which is our home grown product. If not try it soon, before all mangoes exported to foreign countries.

Tourism Places around Dhenkanal town

Dhenkanal is a hill town and best to travel when you visit odisha. Now as govt of india promoting tourism places, dhenkanal got attention from people around the globe.

There are couple of best places in and out of dhenkanal town which you should visit:

  1. Saptasajya
  2. Jeenankhol
  3. Kapilash
  4. Joranda
  5. Pachimeswar Temple

 

Odisha Tourism

Places to see in Dhenkanal

These places can be covered in one day. So please book your hotel here before visit and enjoy natural beauty of dhenkanal.