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Ancient temple

Temple visit with good archeological museum, ancient temple with serene environment. Good for... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Shekhar S
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Maa Kichakeswari is situated in khiching. Nearest town is jashipur and it take 30 min driving from... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
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“Ancient temple ”
24 Oct 2017
Khiching, Baripada, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Temple visit with good archeological museum, ancient temple with serene environment. Good for family; visit with own vehicle , No good restaurant nearby . Visit after 10 am for viewing museum.

Thank Shekhar S
Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

Maa Kichakeswari is situated in khiching. Nearest town is jashipur and it take 30 min driving from jashipur.there u can find utensils made up of black muguni stone.temple is very good and sorrounded by beautiful garden.

1  Thank Satyasara1
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

Very good holly and historical place. A small musium is there with remain of virat gada. It is believed that this gada was time of mahabhrata. A small iron rode is there, people says only blessed people can lift that rod. Temple is made of...More

1  Thank Priyabrata P
Reviewed 10 November 2016

It belongs to the Goddesses Kichakeswari, who is believed by million people of Mayurbhanj, Odisha, India. It has a very nice old architecture. If you want to come here, you need to reach Baripada and then only you can reach here. It is believed that...More

5  Thank manasi s
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Kichakeswari Temple is fample is famous for its art on stone this is one of the oldest temple in mayurbhanj.And also Khiching a small town is also famous for stone art.

Thank Babi2129
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Its the largest temple of Kiching and is dedicated to Goddess Kichakeswari, the family goddess of the ruling chiefs of Mayurbhanj. The original temple dates back to 7th or 8th Century, with repairs done over the centuries. The main temple opens to devotees early at...More

1  Thank smartwanderer
Reviewed 19 June 2016

The Temple of Kitchakeswari is at Mayurbhanj District. Raja Kitchaka Was Establised the temple. It is app 25Km away from Karanjia.There is a Big Garden Inside the temple.There is a museum avalable inside the boundry of he temple.

1  Thank Herbalife_Keonjhar
Reviewed 30 April 2016

This temple in Khiching, Mayurbhanj is situated far from the popular tourist circuit of Puri-Konak-Bhubaneswar, but exudes a charm no less than the much fabled Odisha temples. Khiching is 150 km from Baripada, the district headquarters of Mayurbhanj. The nearby towns are Karanjia, 25 km,...More

Thank ChinmayHota
Reviewed 25 November 2013

Khiching is located about 50 km east of Keonjhargarh city and 27 km west of Karanjia. local people pay visits Maa kichakeswari in each of their auspicious occasions. Panthanivas and guest houses are available at khiching for visitors coming from outside. A week long fair...More

2  Thank nnaik_83
Reviewed 14 January 2013

We came here straight after the Toshali Jungle Lodge Simlipal which although was very nice, we preferred the set up and atmosphere here. The welcome was lovely, the room was really good for an eco lodge and the service was excellent. At dinner you would...More

3  Thank reeteshkumar
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