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Udagaon - Raghunath Mandir

Although, the unbounded spectacular glory of lord Jagannath of Puri has out shadowed the natural brilliance and inherent eminence of other gods in the state of Orissa, one comes across here and there some small shrines built for Sri Rama and a few others adorning Hindu pantheon. A few of them due to lying amidst the temples of super abundant sculptural splendour and architectural grandeur of Ungaraj type of temples, are left unnoticed, but they are never abandoned, to speak the truth. Does banyan tree allow any plant grow to its bloom under its shade? This Rama temple is a standing specimen of a very. few Vaishnava temples extant in Orissa now. It is an elegantly built. A temple sharing all the features of Orissan architectural style. There gyre many mini-shrines installed with adorable deities. And the archamurti lord Raghnunath is an exquisite piece of sculpture that raises the hands of devotees at first sight itself. Regular worship is offered and periodical festivals, like Sri Ramanavanti is celebrated with great splendour. Huge crowds attend and feast their eyes with color and pageantry emerging from many devotional activities.

It lies 30 km off Nayagarh town in Orissa, accessible by train and bus.

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