Jajpur Temple Orissa Timings, History, Pooja details
Jajpur Temple Orissa History
As per the Legend, Sati daughter of Daksha Prajapati married Lord Siva against his wish. Daksha Prajapati thought of taking revenge for which he decided to perform Yajna. He had invited all Devas excluding Lord Siva. Sati who came to know about Yajna reached her paternal home to advise his father. Daksha insulted her daughter Sati before the guests. Angered Sati Self immolated her in Yogagni. Angered Lord Siva ordered Veerbhadra and Kali to destroy Yajna. Siva Ganas along with Veerbhadra and Kali destroyed the Yajna and Killed Daksha. Lord danced the dance of destruction after collecting Sati’s corpse. To stop the universal destruction, Lord Vishnu sent his Chakra and destroyed Sati’s body. The body parts spread across Indian Subcontinent. And these places are called Sakthi Peeta’s. It is believed that Sati’s Limbs had fallen here.
The goddess here called by the name Biraja Devi. This temple was built during the reign of Candihar Yayati II of Somavamsi dynasty i.e between 10th – 11th century A.D.
Jajpur Temple Orissa Timings
|1||6:00 am||Temple opening hours|
|2||12:15 pm – 1:15 pm||Temple closing hours|
|3||1:15 pm||Temple reopening hours|
|4||10:00 pm||Temple closing hours|
Temple Opening / Closing or Break timings might vary during the festival and special days.
Dress Code: Any decent outfit.
Darshan waiting time: 30 – 45 mins.
How to reach Jajpur Temple Orissa?
- The nearest airport is at Bhubaneswar which is 81 km away. Cuttack is 53 km from the temple.
- The nearest railway station is at 32 km to the east of Jajpur-Keonjhar Road Railway Station.
- The temple can be reached by Bus or Taxi from Bhubaneswar. Bus frequency is high.
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Reference Link: History