Christmas and New Year is coming soon. From Now people try to go for picnic for the upcoming year to welcome with a great way. There are so beautiful place in Dhenkanal where you can go and enjoy a lot for Picnic.
Dhenkanal known as a religious plac beacuse of lord Shiva at Kapilash, Joranda for mahima Gadi, saptasajya and many small matha and temples. We have another place to visit which is located in Dhenkanal town. Balaram Temple(Mandira) our lord of city. People of odisha believe this as the home of Balaram and during rathayatra even ratha first pulled here then at Puri.
In Your next visit sure visit here.
Nearest places to visit: Rajmahal, IIMC and Science Centre
Saptasajya is a place which named after 7 munni rusi. The area surrouned with greenery and temples, which is a place you can spend a whole day with your family and friends. While going to top of hill, you will come across few beautiful gaderns and ashrams.
Finding way to Saptasajya is not a hard task, from the high way take the road towards sankarpur or famous village for Dhokras crafts Sadeibereni, you will find it exactly after 8 kms. Enjoy.
Hindu’s do worship to more than thousands of god in many forms, each place have some history behind it. Even if you ask villagers they have different gods for each village, some do ganesh, some to durga, few Kali maa and many in the list.
Most Famous Gods are:
For different God there are different date in the year when their puja done with a lot of celebration. Devotees wear new dhoti, sarees, kurta, pyjamas and celebrate with family. Mumbai for Ganesh puja, Kolkata for durga puja, dhenkanal famous for laxmi puja.
Lucknow is a the capital of the State Uttar Pradesh in India, this city has well structured buildings which still show us the picture of history of india.
Lucknowi tehzeeb known all around the world, this place also known for crafts, culture and cuisine. Lucknow is the place of many handicrafts and handloom products. Chikan work is a well known art from this city.
Here we can find best kurtas, suits, hankeys, napkin, dupatta, table covers, which are made by master if embroidery art. Do not miss shopping of these art while travelling to this part of country.
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Dhenkanal is a beautiful place and also it is going to be business hub in Odisha. Shops are all over the town and even new shopping malls started here.
New Companies started business here. Old star of dhenkanal grown uu their stores. Online store started doing business here. So now their are Job options also available for new comers passed out from Synergy Engineering college, IIMC, and Govt colleges. Hope we can see a better city ahead.