Khuludi Waterfall - The Ideal Getaway
Nestled in the Malyagiri Mountain range of the Eastern Ghats. The glittering waterfall is located at a distance of 120 KM from Angul. It is ideal site for group picnic and relaxation. Sun set and sun rise is breath taking here.
A masterpiece by an unknown sculptor
Located in a village Sendhagram, Sarang, 28 KM from Angul. This huge natural sand stone art of Lord Vishnu in a sleeping position is the second largest idol of Lord Vishnu in India. It is believed to have been constructed around 8th -9th Century AD. This master piece by an unknown craftsman lies in open air along the banks of Brahmani River.
The Celestial Hot Spring
Located 90 KM from Angul in Athmalik district, Deulajhari is the ancient citadel of Shaivism. Deulajhari is a special natural phenomenon in the sense that the hot water spring originates from below a Shivalinga. Siddheswar Baba (Lord Shiva) is the presiding deity of Deulajhari. The main temple was built by the King Kishore Chandra Deo of Kadamba Dynasty in the year 1936. Subsequently the other temples came up in the area in due course of time.