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Goddess ‪Barunei‬ is the famous deity of ‪‎Khurda‬, residing in the top of the Barunei ‎hill‬.

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Mata Katyayani is worshiped on the the Sixth Day of Navratri. May the ever watchful Durga Devi Katyayani, who holds shining Chandrahasa (Sword) in Devi’s hand and rides a magnificent lion and destroys the demons, bestow welfare on me. When Maa Parvati’s Partial expansion took birth in Sage Katya’s home and gets energy from trinity and demi Gods, then the Goddess was known as Maa Katyani

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64 Yoginis in Sculptures Architecture In reference to the sixty four yoginis liberated by Goddess Durga during her epic battle with the asuras, there are four major extant yogini temples in India, two in Odisha and two in Madhya Pradesh. The iconographies that one gets to see in the Yogini temples aren’t uniform.

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Taptapani : where the goddess Kandhuni Mata oozes hot water

Taptapani is one of the popular hot springs in the state of Odisha, India. Situated in a densely forested hilly terrain of the Eastern Ghat mountains in the Ganjam district, this place is famous for its hot spring, scenic beauty, flora & fauna, tribal culture & above all as the abode of a powerful yet benevolent goddess called Kandhuni Mata or Kandimata.

Taptapani : where the goddess Kandhuni Mata oozes hot water

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‪‎Kalijai‬ Temple is located on an island in Chilika Lake & is the abode of Goddess Kalijai.

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Samaleswari Temple, Sambalpur Samaleswari Temple is a Hindu temple in Sambalpur, Western Orissa, India dedicated to the goddess known as 'Maa', also known among the natives as samalei maa, meaning Mother Samaleswari. Shree Shree Samaleswari, the presiding deity of Sambalpur, is a strong religious force in western part of Orissa and Chhattisgarh state of India.

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Maa Tarini is one of the embodiments of Shakti and is one of the chief presiding Goddesses in Oriya culture. Her chief shrine is in Ghatagaon, Keonjhar District, Odisha.

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