Friday, 27 December 2013

Dhavaleshwar cuttack India

DHAVALESHWAR CUTTACK INDIA : 

The phallic god Dhabeleswar stands on an islet on the middle of river Mahanadi at a distance of 5km from the Cuttack. Legend says, to save a devotee from disaster, the God had turned a black bullock into white. On the full moon day of the month of Kartika, countless devotees assemble and observe Bada Osa and have a sight of the God. The Shiva Temple, perched on a hillock, is approachable by steps, one from the north and other one from the south.
As a religious center, Dhavaleswar throngs with religious activities throughout the year. It is 37 km by road from Cuttack and 5 km through water.This beautiful temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Perched on a hillock, the temple is set in sylvan green surroundings and is accessible by a flight of stairs.

Dhavaleshwar cuttack India

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