Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple in Ganjam, Odisha, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

Mantridi, Odisha 761008, India

Hindu Temples

About Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

This is aBhairavi temple located in Ganjam district, Carved in crude fashion, the idol features one leg and four hands. It is said that this idol was excavated from a ploughed field. and was enshrined as such in a new temple in 1937. All the Sankranti days in every month of the Hindu Calendar and Tuesdays are considered auspicious here.



Attractions near Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

Gopalpur Beach16.2km from Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

Melancholy and Salubrious Sea beach with blue waters and attractive back water bed in the form of cracks and sleepy lagoon covered with canopies of lush green foliage. The remnants of a vanishing British made port buildings speak the golden days of Southern Odisha from where ships were saddling to Rangoon.

Shri Tara Tarini Shakti Peeth Temple, Ganjam, Odisha36.23km from Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

It is a famous religious place in Southern Odisha where the twin sister Goddess i.e. Tara & Tarini adorn the sanctum situated on the top of a hillock girdled by the waddling holy river Rushikulya. Taratarani attracts thousands of devotes, picnickers and visitors through out the year.

Rushikulya River43.15km from Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

This is one of the major rivers in Odisha and covers the entire catchment area in the districts of Kandhamal and Ganjam. The Rushikulya originates at an elevation of about 1000 meters from  Daringbadi hills of the Eastern Ghats.

Mandasa Vasudeva Perumal Temple.47.17km from Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

This is a historical temple located in the Srikakulam district. which is believed to have been constructed by Raja Harihara Mani Deo, one of the landlords of Mandasa. The idol of the presiding deity is carved from a red sand rock. Tourists also visit the other prominent religious attraction, the Varahaswamy temple.

Taptapani Hot Spring51.47km from Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

Taptapani is one of the very few hot water sulphur springs in India. This sulphur hot water spring is known for its medicinal properties and curing of skin diseases. Taptapani in Odiya literally translates to hot water in English as 'Tapta' means hot and 'pani' water.

Chilika lake , Odisha87.99km from Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

Chilika is largest brackish water estuarine Lake of Asia. It sprawls over an area of 1100 sqkms. Covering parts of three districts of Odisha i.e Puri on the East, Khurda on the North and Ganjam on the South. It is the largest coastal lagoon in India and the second largest lagoon in the World. Satapada is one of the most popular tourist place of Odisha.

Where is Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple

Discover more attractions in Ganjam, where Maa Siddha Bhairavi Temple is located

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The name Ganjam means the “Granary of the world”. Ganjam District has witnessed many historical events and monuments from its past. Jaugada fort stands as the symbol of all the historical heritage connected with the Rushikulya Valley civilisation.