Explore Angul: Must-Visited Historical City In Odisha!

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Gopika VC

Angul is a district in the eastern Indian state of Odisha. It is famous for its natural beauty, wildlife refuges, temples, and historic sites.

There are various wildlife sanctuaries in Angul, where tigers, leopards, elephants, and other animals reside.

The Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary, located on the banks of the Mahanadi River, is renowned for its unique flora and fauna, including leopards, elephants, and other types of birds.

Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary

The Rengali Dam on the Brahmani River in Angul, Odisha, is a huge hydroelectric project. The dam supplies irrigation, drinking water, and boating and fishing.

Rengali Dam

The Satkosia Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the Mahanadi river and is home to a variety of flora and fauna, such as tigers, leopards, and several bird species.

Satkosia Wildlife Sanctuary

In the Angul district is a shrine dedicated to the goddess Thakurani. The temple's distinctive construction has made it a popular destination for religious pilgrims.

Budhi Thakurani

The Saila Shreekhetra Jagannath Temple is a temple in the Angul district of Odisha dedicated to Lord Jagannath.

Saila Shreekhetra

The Derjang Reservoir Dam on the Derjang river in Angul, Odisha, is a big reservoir. The reservoir supplies irrigation, drinking water, and fishing and boating.

Derjang Reservoir Dam

The Sureswari Waterfall is a scenic waterfall in the Odisha district of Angul. The waterfall is popular for hiking and picnics and is surrounded by dense, verdant trees.

Sureswari Waterfall

The Maa Hingula temple is a goddess-Hingula-dedicated temple. Hills and trees surround the Brahmani River temple. The temple's Kalinga-Dravidian architecture

Maa Hingula Temple

Lord Ramachandi is worshipped at the Ramachandi Temple. The temple has a pyramidal roof and a 30-foot spire in Kalinga and Dravidian styles.

Ramachandi Temple

Malayagiri Hill is a lovely hill that gives beautiful views of the surrounding area and is a popular destination for trekking and picnics.

Malayagiri Hill