By Air - Nerest Airport is Bhubaneswar, 235 Kms .
By Rail - Keonjhar is a newly opened rail head while the other nearest railhead is at Jajpur-Keonjhar Road (116 Km) on East Coast Railway. 
By Road - Keonjhar is linked with Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Jajpur-Keonjhar Road, and other important places of the State by regular bus services.
Internal Transport - Cycle rickshaws, Auto rickshaws and Taxies.


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Keonjhar Tourist Office

Tel:  (06766) 55218

Keonjhar, the district headquarters of the district of Keonjhar offers varieties of attractions to the tourists. It is the most convenient base from where visitors can plan their visit to various places of interest in the district.

Places of tourist interest in Keonjhar : 

Vishnu Temple, Jagannath Temple, and on its outskirts the shrines of Siddha Jagannath, Siddha Kali, Ghatagaon and Panchabati amidst picturesque settings.

Best time to visit : October to March

Fairs and Festivals of the region :
  • Makara Sankranti - Murga Mahadev - January
  • Baruni Yatra - Gonasika - February - March
  • Chaitra Parba - Tarini PithaGhatagaon - April
  • Raja Sankranti - Sitabinji - June
Places around Keonjhar :

Sitabinji (30 km )* :
Situated on the river Sita, the spot has gained prominence for the ancient fresco painting on a rock shelter called "Ravan Chhaya" which is like a half opened umbrella. The painting depicts a royal procession.

Khandadhar (60 km)* :
It is famous for a waterfall of about 500 ft in height amidst lush green forests. It is an ideal place for picnic.

Sanghagara (5 km )* :
It is a small but beautiful waterfall, suitable for an outing.




Badghagara (10 km)* :

It is yet another small but exciting waterfall. It is one of the most popular picnic spots of Keonjhar district.

Gonasika (45 km )* :
Surrounded by a series of valleys and wooded hills of varying colours, the place is famous as a center of pilgrimage for the temple of Brahmeswar Mahadev, established on the river Vaitarani. In fact, this is the place from where the river starts flowing. A little away from the point of origin, the river goes under ground and hence called Guptaganga, only to be seen jumping after a short distance over a stone projection looking like the nostril of a cow. The scenic beauty of the place is simply charming.

Murga Mahadeva (70 km )* :
Situated near the Thakurani Hills in Champua subdivision by the side of a perennial spring, it is famous for the temple of Murga Mahadeva.

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Contact Us

Dept. of Tourism, Paryatan Bhawan, Museum Campus, Luise Road, Bhubaneswar -
751 014
Tel.No - (0674) 2432177
email: oritour[at][dot]gmail.com

Call Us : 1800 208 1414 (Toll free)