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Ranipur Jharial Temple

Also known 'Soma Tirtha' in scriptures, the archaeological site dates back to the 9th/10th century AD, pertaining to the reign of Somavanshi keshari kings. The Hypethral temple which is one of the four remaining rare monuments of 64 Yogini shrines provides a glimpse into the religious sand occult practices from the medieval times that are still alive in Orissa's tribal traditions and folklore. The temple houses sandstone images of the three-faced Shiva embracing Parvati, standing at the canter of the temple encircled by 64 images of the Yogini goddesses in various positions.


The elegant religious structure is a pilgrimage situated near Padampur at the newly formed Bargarh district, which leaves anyone spellbound by its sheer beauty as the stone steps lead past the temple to an enchanting waterfall, and further to a remote enclave where exquisitely carved relief carvings have been preserved. The Oriya and Devnagari inscriptions on the temple indicate that Baijal Dev built the temple in early 15th century AD. On Nrushimha-chatrurdasi day (in May) a big fair takes place here and thousands of pilgrims visit the place.


 
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