BUGUDA

Introduction

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Attraction

Post Gupta paintings, ever absorbing copper   and wooden carvings of Biranchi Narayana Temple erected in 1790 AD by King Srikar Bhanja. This is a land mark in the history of mural paintings and carvings.

Near By Attraction

 

BUDHOKHOL- 3 kms away from Buguda, the site of ancient Pancha Sambhu(Five Siva Shrines) with on exquisite sculptures. Temple of Kuvareswar- 30’’ high. One can witness a rare phenomenon that snakes are coming to take milk offered to Siva Linga.  

SHINGHASHINI- 20 kms from Buguda, a domestic picnic spot aromatized with wild flowers and verdant forest. Presence of Goddess “Shinghashini” make visitors of all ages to itinerary again and again.  

BHETANAI – on the way from Aska to Buguda, blazed a trail and unveiled its prominence when the sylvan paid due attention to the safety and independence of foxy Black Bucks. 

Fairs & Festivals

Maghasaptami, Samba Dashami, Rath yatra, Danda Yatra (April), Durga Puja and Kalipuja

Approach

 

Rail

Nearest railway Station is Berhampur – 70 kms.     

Road

Good motorable road from Berhampur touches. These places of interest.

Accommodation Facilities

This place has been provided with only one P.W.D. Inspection Bungalow. Better accommodation facilities can be availed at Aska- 30 kms and Berhampur- 70 kms.

Distance from

 

Dist.Headquarters

92 kms.

State Capital

180 kms.