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Maa Ambika Temple Timings and Festivals Celebration Odisha

Maa Ambika Temple is located beside a waterfall in a small village called Udala near Mayurbhanj in Odisha.

Maa Ambika Temple

This temple stands on the banks of the Dev River, amidst bountiful natural beauty. Maa Ambika Temple was built by the King of  Mayurbhanj in 1940. This is a relatively unknown place of worship because of its remote location.

People in Baripada consider her as  ‘The Living Goddess’ who showers her blessings on mankind.

There are four other waterfalls in the surrounding area, together they are known as Panchakunda. The last five kilometers of the drive from Baripada take you through a dense forest.

The temple is situated on a small hillock and one has to climb about a hundred steps to get to the temple.

Maa Ambika Temple Timings

Maa Ambika Temple Opening and closing timings are given below.

Morning5:30 AM
Night8:00 AM
Maa Ambika Temple Timings and Festivals Celebration Odisha

Festivals Celebrated in the Temple

The festivals celebrated in Maa Ambika Temple in Odisha are  Durga Puja, Basanti Puja, Pana Sankranti, Makar Sankranti etc.

Accommodations Options Near Temple

Devkund is located on the outskirts of Simlipal National Park and Tiger Reserve. There are no accommodation options in Devkund. However, there are several options in Mayurbhanj, Baripada, and Balasore. One can even opt to stay in one of the Simlipal National Park resorts or guest houses. provides the best Dharamshala and Hotels in Bhubaneswar at budget prices with all the required facilities.

Maa Ambika Temple Baripada Address

Ambica Mandir, Badabazar, Bhanjpur, Baripada, Odisha.

How to Reach Maa Ambika Temple

By Air

By Air

The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik International Airport which is 15 km from the temple.

By Train

By Train

Balasore Railway Station is 192 km from the temple.

By Road

By Road

Maa Ambika Temple is well connected by road with major cities in Odisha. So, devotees can easily reach the temple.

Sanjay Dangrocha
Sanjay Dangrocha is your guide to a world of adventure through his travel blog. Stay updated for your next journey to famous temples, travel adventures and must-visit places.”
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