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CUTTACK, ODISHA

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Singhanath Temple In Cuttack Odisha is a little island on the stream Mahanadi. The directing god is Lord Shiva, Shambunath. Additionally, different sanctuaries like Raghunath and Dakshina Kali is arranged on this little island. The Singhanath sanctuary is old and crowded by enthusiasts around the year. 

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Singhanath Temple In Cuttack Odisha is an island on the Mahanadi River, about 50km upstream of Cuttack straight from one point to the other. The towns of Gopinathpur and Baideswar are situated close to the island on the left and right banks of the waterway separately. Singhanath sanctuary on the island is an eighth c sanctuary, assembled soon after Parashurameshwar and practically the same in style. The primary sanctuary has more modest sanctums surrounding it, all arranged in a pit with their plinths well beneath the current ground level. I got to the island from Gopinathpur toward the north. Odisha’s public transportation organization (which is all private) is terrible to such an extent that the outing from Bhubaneswar and back took me the entire day!

 

Architect: The garbhagriha has a Shivalinga with yonipatta connected to the earth. The sanctuary is of Panchayatana style rehearsed by Adi Shankara. Sanctuaries devoted to Vishnu, Ganesh, Surya and Mahishamardini are found around the sanctuary. The sanctuary addresses the early improvement of Pancharatha Deula of Kalinga Architecture. Based on the overview, the sanctuary can be relegated to the mid ninth century AD.

Geographical Information

Singhanath Temple In Cuttack Odisha is an island on the Mahanadi River, about 50km upstream of Cuttack as the crow flies. The villages of Gopinathpur and Baideswar are located near the island on the left and right banks of the river respectively. I accessed the island from Gopinathpur to the north. .. 

Weather

Cuttack is 29m above sea level. The climate here is tropical. The summers here have a good deal of rainfall, while the winters have very little. This climate is considered to be Aw according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. The average annual temperature is 26.8 °C | 80.3 °F in Cuttack. About 1686 mm | 66.4 inch of precipitation falls annually.

The driest month is January, with 12 mm | 0.5 inch of rain. Most of the precipitation here falls in July, averaging 404 mm | 15.9 inch.

May is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in May averages 31.7 °C | 89.1 °F. January is the coldest month, with temperatures averaging 21.2 °C | 70.1 °F.

There is a difference of 392 mm | 15 inch of precipitation between the driest and wettest months. Throughout the year, temperatures vary by 10.6 °C | 51.0 °F.

Best Foods

You can get food from Hotels in the town area.

Best Time To Visit

Best time to visit Singhanath Temple is October to March. Maha Shivratri, Makar Sankranti, Dussehra, Kartik Purnima are mostly famous festivals here. People who do Upanayana and Marriage also prefer this place as a nice option.  

Transportation (Direction)

By Air

The nearest Airport is Bhubaneswar Airport- 117 Km

 
 

By Train

Nearest Railway Station is Cuttack- 96 Km

 
 

By Road

The place can be reached by bus up to Gopinathpur via Badamba – 95kms. From Gopinathpur the waterway to Simhanath is 1km away by boat.

How to Prepare for Place

To visit Singhanath Temple In Cuttack Odisha, You have to prepare for an island. You can any time visit here. This place has rich history and culture. It is advisable to bring a camera to capture its beauty.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ's)

1. Are ATMs available there?

Ans:- Yes, There is so many ATM in nearest town area.

2. Entry Fees?

No Entry Fees.

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