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4 Hindu Temples to explore in Balasore

Balasore

Balasore is one of the coastal districts of Odisha. It lies in the northernmost part of the state. It was a part of the ancient Kalinga which later became a territory of Toshal or Utkal.

Chandaneswar Temple
Chandaneswar Templenear temple road Bhograi, Chandipur, Odisha 756085, India

Chandaneswar is an acclaimed religious and cultural site of North Odisha which is famous for Lord Shiva temple. Chadak Mela is an important festival of this holy shrine. During Chadak Mela(month of April) and Shivarati lakhs of pilgrims, devotees of Odisha , West Bengal, Bihar and other places of India visit place to pay obeisance to Lord Chandaneswar.

Jagannath Temple Balasore
Jagannath Temple BalasoreJhagadapadhi, Isani, Odisha 756002, India

Jagannath Temple at Balgopalpur in Balasore, district of Odisha, India by Emami Paper Mills. Lord Jagannath is above caste, creed and religion.The temple is seventy-eight feet high scintillating shrine and it has been constructed on a three acres of land on the premises of Balasore town Balgopalpur-based Emami Paper Mill.The temple claimed to be a replica of the Puri Jagannath Temple also bears the world-renowned Black Pagoda Konark Sun Temple's tinge with sixteen Konark Wheels .

Khirachora Gopinath Temple
Khirachora Gopinath TempleKhirochora Gopinath Mandir Road, Gouradanda, Remuna, Odisha 756019, India

Khirachora Gopinatha Temple is situated in Remuna. It is a little town located 9 km east of Balasore, about halfway between Howrah and Bhubaneswar in Orissa . The name Remuna is resulting from the word Ramaniya which means very good looking.

Panchalingeswar Temple
Panchalingeswar TempleBypass Road, Nilagiri, Nilagiri, Odisha 756045, India

Perched atop of a hillock in Nilagari Hill in the Balasore district, Odisha, Panchalingeswar Temple is a Lord Shiva’s temple which is named after the five lingas of Shiva that are installed inside this shrine. On reaching the top of the hillock, one has to bend down in order to look for the lingas inside a pool created by the waterfall. These lingas are continuously washed by the water of a perennial stream that flows over them.

Map of Hindu Temples to explore in Balasore