Jagannath Temple, Keradagarh, Kendrapara, Odisha

The Lord Jagannath Temple is located in Keradagarh, approximately 7 km from Rajnagar and 47 kilometers from the town of Kendrapara. This temple at Keraragarh is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Subhadra, Lord Jagannath, and Balabhadra. Based on historical accounts, the temple was constructed by the Bhanja king approximately three centuries ago.

The primary celebration of this Jagannath temple is the Ratha Yatra, and a large number of devotees attend the Chariot festival here. In Kendrapara, the well-known Keraragarh Jagannath Temple is a popular tourist destination. One of the well-known temples in the Kendrapada area is the Jagannath Temple in Kendrapada. It was constructed by the renowned Rajkani king, Sri Rajendra Narayan Bhanja Deo, who ruled from 1881 to 1948.Jagannath Temple, Keradagarh

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Open Time

Keradagarh Jagannath Temple Opening time is Monday to Sunday Morning 6 am to Evening 9 pm

Best Time to visit

The best time to visit Keradagarh Jagannath temple is at all times of the year.

Nearest Bus Stop

The nearest Bus stop is Rajnagar, which is located around 06 KM distance from Keraragarh Jagannath Temple

Nearest Railway Station

The Nearest Railway Station is Kendrapara, which is located around 70 KM distance and Cuttack railway station is 128 km from Bhitarkanika Mangroves

Nearest Airport

The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik International Airport, Bhubaneswar, which is located around 156 KM distance from Keraragarh Jagannath Mandir
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