10 Best Tourist Places in Angul, Odisha (2024 Year)

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Angul is the Most Developed city in Odisha. The average height of the Angul District is 195 meters above sea level. It makes the most money for the state treasury.

As an adventurous person and travel lover or planning to picnic, you can explore these 10 Tourist Places in Angul District, Odisha. 

So, Let’s get started.

10 Tourist Places in Angul

1. Rengali

Rengali Dam is Hydro electrical power project in Angul district, Odisha. It is built across the Brahmani river and is located at N.H 250, near Rengali village, which is around 85 km away from Angul City.

Rengali Dam is the second-largest reservoir in Odisha. The length of the main dyke is 1 km. It is also used for hydro-power generation and has a generating capacity of 250 MW.  Rangali is set in a stylish environment and is ideal for a group picnic.

Purposing to store floodwater, Hydropower, and Irrigation, The Dam is made with an area of 25250 square feet. There are five units for power generation and each unit has a capacity of 50 MW in total, it has the capacity to produce electricity of 250MW. The water storage capacity of this dam is 3500 million cubic meters. This dam provides irrigation facilities in 5000 sq km. 

Angul can be reached by bus from anywhere in Odisha. Rengali Dam is located 85 km from Angul. There is also a regular bus service available from Angul city to Rangali Dam.

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2. Deulajhari

Deulajhari is an ancient fort of Shaivism, 6 km from the Athamallik subdivision of Angul. There is a Siddheshwar temple in Deuljhari that is dedicated to Lord Shiva.  The temple is built of dense indigenous Jasmine forest (locally known as Kaibana) which stands as a high wall around the temple.

One of the most attractions in this area is the hot spring. There are many swimming pools in Deulajhari. The average temperature of water in a Swimming Pool is 100 degrees Celsius. 

According to ancient documents, there were 84 such springs, but many of them overshadowed the jasmine forest. Now twenty-four springs are alive. Notable among these are the fountains named Agnikund, Taptakund, Himkund, Annantakund and Labakush Kund. 

Basically, it is known that Raja Kishor Chandra Deu, King of Athmallik built this Deuljhari Sidheswar temple in 1933. By the way, Deuljhari is among one of the most visited Tourist Places in Angul.

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3. Kosola Maa Ramachandi Temple

The Kosala Maa Ramachandi Temple has located 28 km from Angul-Bagedia road. Basically, Kosala Village is known for the temple of Goddess Ramchandi. There is a huge poplar tree in front of the temple.

It is believed that if the goddess Ramchandi is worshiped, barren women will have children. A great temple was built on the foundation of the old temple. A procession was held here on the second day of Krishna paksha Bhadra.

There are two beautiful statues at the entrance of the temple. There is a huge statue of Nandi Maharaj near the entrance of the temple. Every year, a grand celebration is held to commemorate this journey at Kosala. 

There is a frequent bus service from Angul city to Kosala. You can reach it by bus.

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4. Maa Lovi Thakurani Temple, Garh Santry

Maa Lovi Thakurani Yatra is oveserved every year on Kartik Purnima. It is a ceremonial function of Goddess Lovi. Garh Santry where this function is happening is located 7 kilometers away from the Angul,

The people of Garhsantry have to say that the meaning of the name is something different from what we generally mean in a negative way, rather it has a positive meaning that is greediness to devotion, offerings, and all the more the sacrifice of egoism. Two Villages Garh Santry and Tulsipal organize this festival where thousands of people offer their puja on the full moon day of Kartika. Some of the devotees of the local area have their children mundane for this occasion in a belief to get blessings of the Goddess so that they would lead a long and healthy life.

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5. Goddess Hingula

Goddess Hingula is situated on the banks of the river Singhada, in the Angul district. There is a pilgrimage site called Jwalamukhi where the same goddess, Hingula, Hingulei, or Hingulakshi is worshiped in Assam. 

Goddess Hingula called the city of Talchar in the village of Gopal Prasad, who assumes the form of fire. Both Hindus and Muslims pray in this holy place, which is of a kind nature. In addition, Hingula shrines can be found in Karachi and Kabul outside India. 

6. Saila Srikhetra, Angul

Saila Srikhetra is a Jagannath Temple of Angul which is situated at the top of the Sunasagar hill. In the style of the World’s famous Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri, Saila Srikhetra is also made almost the same in 1996. Now, Angul District appointed a Trustee to maintain the Temple.

Pratistha festival at Saila Srikhetra was a reservoir in the history of the Angul. This place is now known as Shailshrikshetra. Not only from Angul, but also from other parts of the state and India, visitors come to see Lord Jagannath in this huge temple.

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7. Tikarpada wildlife Sanctuary

Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary near Satkoshiya Rhinoceros is one of the most popular places on the list of top Tourist Places in Angul. Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary is around 50 km from the main town of Angul. The government of India declared Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary is Tiger Reserve in 2007.

In this Wildlife Sanctuary, you will see different types of Animal-like Deer, Pig, Ruger, Jackal, and many more. The Satkosia Rhinoceros has a crocodile sanctuary, known as the Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary. In addition, you will also see Crocodiles in the freshwater hub of this Sanctuary. The Ticket Price for Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary is Rs. 50 and an extra Rs. 100 for Boating. It is the best tourist destination in the Angul district of Odisha. Tikarpada wildlife sanctuary is accessible by both bus and train from Angul.

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8. Mandaragiri Mountain

Mandaragiri Mountain is one of the oldest mountains in the Angul district and it is located 7 km away from the main town of Angul town. From the top of Mandaragiri Mountain, the view of Angul town is Amazing. At the top of the mountain, there is two temple Lord Vishnu and Ram Temple. Odisha Government has made a staircase for visitors to reach Lord Shiva and Ram Temple.

The whole hill is covered with dense forest. It is very difficult to climb a mountain without the help of stairs. By the way, Beware and be careful, When you are going to climb this mountain because there is a possibility of Slipping and encountering poisonous snakes.

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9. Khuludi Waterfall

Khuludi Waterfall, near the village of Khuludi, is located in the Pallahara subdivision. This Waterfall is around 120 km from Angul and 20 km from Pallahara. Khuludi Waterfall is a great place for a Family or Friend picnic and relaxation

The Sunrise and sunset beside the Khuludi Waterfall are Just Awesome to see. Tourists can enjoy and appreciate the Eternal Splender of Nature. You can go to Khuludi Waterfall from Angul by Bus.

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10. Satakosia Tiger Reserve

Satakosia tiger reserve of Angul District is the second-largest forest reserve in Odisha. Satakosia tiger reserve is one of the top destinations for tiger lovers and general visitors. The whole area is covered with numerous hills, streams, and Dense Forest.

Due to the Mahanadi River, this movement is rich in biodiversity, which is the lifeline of Odisha. Satakosia tiger reserve was established in 1976. It is an imported tourist destination in the Angul district of Odisha.

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In Conclusion, These are the 10 Tourist Places in Angul District, Odisha where you can enjoy unlimited with your friends and family.

Now, I’d like to know from you:

Have you ever visited any of these places in Angul?

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