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This temple is different from others because, here the idols of deities are not made with stone or metal but with wood of a selected tree and are changed every twelve years when adhika ashasda masa comes, with an elaborate ceremony called navakalebara.
The temple is a architectural marvel. It is must see place all Hindus. Problems are nearness, inefficient crowd management. The temple itself is a marvel with intricate carvings and sculpturing. If the crowd management in off season is not good then it will be much...More
Very famous hindu temple. This is ancient hindu temple. Peaceful place with lpts of ancient craft across the temple. Important points to note are: you cant carry mobile and bags inside. Need to keep outsideat some outlets which charges for keep your valuables. Inside you...More
The place as expected is not very clean and organised. Fortunately we could find a Panda to help us out who arranged the visit. In all we had to shell out about RS. 6oo and we did get receipt for about Rs 500 and also...More
We did not have a pleasant experience at all. There is a lot of asking for money at all points which leaves you with a sense of
being cheated. The queues are not well managed. The security guards both male and female keep pushing you...More
Went in the month of November, there's no proper rule in the city, from station they start cheating on people, they have few goons who take care of whatever you need, want to go to the temple you need to have pandas who'll cheat you,...More
You must visit this temple in puri which is among char dham. the mobiles and leather items and not allowed inside the temple. The temple has nice architecture and if you are interested to know history and something about the temple you can hire a...More
I visited the temple this year September. I deliberately chose to visit the temple on Monday which was our returning day. The reason behind this is I expected the temple to be a little less crowded than weekends.
There are many temples within the complex....More
What a place ! Tranquility pervades in the mind, the moment you enter the temple. Now, all external repairing support has been removed and a new look of temple can be seen. Don't forget to eat prasad which is better than lunch or dinner with...More