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Panchalingeswar Temple

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Panchalingeswar Temple

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Nilagiri hill, Balasore India
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Kolkata to Bhubaneshwar Temple & Beaches
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Kolkata to Bhubaneshwar Temple & Beaches

The 10 days tour will begin in Kolkata a colonial city with many historical monuments & famous temples. From here drive through the east coast road to Bhubaneshwar with stopover at Balasore - a beach resort with temple in its abundance & Bhitarkanika - a mangrove forest and a breeding ground for Olive Ridley turtles. Off the beach explore Ratnagiri, Udaigiri & Lalitgiri excavated Buddhist Sites, then reach Bhubaneshwar the temple town. Visit few temple in the city along-with Udaygiri & Khandagiri Caves. Further drive to Puri a Beach resort via visiting Konark Sun Temple an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy boating on Chilika Lake a brackish water lagoon & bird sanctuary.
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vamsi111 wrote a review Dec 2020
Hyderabad, India83 contributions19 helpful votes
Reaches the entrance of the temple to only find it to be closed ....people are flocking for a community lunch near the place .. ideal for a weekend getaway ...looks very peaceful ...you can buy stone artefacts but do bargain for half the quoted price ..
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Debashis T wrote a review Jun 2020
Dehradun, India1516 contributions250 helpful votes
Panch means five lingeswar means Shiva linga.Here five shivalingas are completely immersed in flowing water.You have to dep your hand inside the water to feel the lingas.Offcourse, people are there from the temple itself to help you as the water current is very high.You have to walk a long distance from the parking to reach the buttom of the hill from where you have to climb the staircases to reach the open temple which is in Nilagiri mountain.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Trinath K wrote a review Mar 2020
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Very divine feeling when touched baba bholenath. There is also a cave 42 km long but closed condition now.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Pinky D wrote a review Oct 2019
12 contributions2 helpful votes
A beautiful place.the temple was simply marvellous including climbing up almost 200+steps.touching the panch lingas through the waterfall was mindblowing.a day trip to devkund waterfalls and south simlipal forest was the icing on the cake.would like to visit again.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Eagle-India wrote a review Aug 2019
India68 contributions14 helpful votes
as my title says it will give the travelers all the beauties with holiness in one go. the mountain, climbing through slope and then by stairs, the rocks and water flowing around, the holy "panchalingas" will make your tour complete.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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