Keonjhar

Ghatagaon :
ghatagaon Ghatagaon is only 50 km from Keonjhar town. Tourists visiting Ghatagaon have to pick the bus Services from Bhubaneswar to Keonjhar. Tourists travelling by bus can find also direct bus services to Ghatagaon Pitha Mandir.

Those who travel by train the nearest Railway Station is Harichandanpur(17 K.M. From Ghatagaon).Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha, is the only civil airport in the state connected to different parts of the country through regular flights. The major cities connected to Bhubaneswar are Kolkata, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai. From Bhubaneswar very good road transport facility is available to reach the Temple of MAA.

Gonasika :
Surrounded by a series of valleys and wooded hills of varying colours, the place is famous as a center of pilgrimage for the temple of Brahmeswar Mahadev, established on the river Vaitarani. In fact, this is the place from where the river starts flowing. A little away from the point of origin, the river goes under ground and hence called Guptaganga, only to be seen jumping after a short distance over a stone projection looking like the nostril of a cow. The scenic beauty of the place is simply charming.

Bhimkund :
It is a beautiful natural water reservoir on the River Baitarani. It is located exactly on the boundary line between the districts Kendujhar and Mayurbhanj, at a distance of about 100 km from Keonjhar. This reservoir is two storeyed which resulted into the formation of two waterfalls one above another.
It is being told that, Bhima, the second Pandava had taken bath in this reservoir and hence it was named after him.During Makar Festival in the month of January thousands of people gather here to take their holy dip.

Badaghagara :
It is famous for a small charming waterfall about 50 ft. high on the river Mudala being situated amidst lush green forest. It is ideal for picnic during winter.

Sanghagra :
sanghagra-waterfall The famous Sanaghagara waterfall with perennial stream adds to the natural beauty of this forest tract and attracts large number of visitors throughout the year. The area is an extremely undulating terrain with hills, pediments and a “V” shaped narrow valley. The hills and pediments are very steep and the rock formation is of Doleritic and Granitic origin.