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Jajpur

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Jaipur is a district of Odisha, India, and a historic place of pilgrimage. As Jajpur was once the capital of the Kalinga kingdom, it is now an area of archeological wealth, including the famous Saktipitha of the Goddess Biraja, as well as the shrines of the Goddess Biraja Yajnya Varaha incarnation of Lord Vishnu as the whiteboard, Sapta Matruka , and a host of other religious figures, all located along the bank of the River Baitarani. Ashokajhar, Chandikhol, Chhatia, Gokarnika, Kuansa Mangala, Mahavinayak, Patharajpur, Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, Satyapira, Singhapur, Vyas Sarovar, and Varuneswar Pitha are some of the destinations that attract tourists to the district, and the region's various natural resources support mines and industries.
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Girija Devi Sakthipeeth Jajpur Orissa

The 11th Shakti Peetha, Jajpur was consecrated as Dakshayanis navel part fallen here. The presiding deity of Jaipur Asta dasha shakti peetha is Goddess Girija Devi.

Pushpagiri Mahavihara Jajpur Odisha

Pushpagiri in Jajpur District, Odisha was an ancient Buddhist maha vihara located atop Langudi Hills.

Ratnagiri Budhist Complex Jajpur Odisha

Ratnagiri Budhist Complex of Stupa and Monasteries is 80 to 85 km from state capital Bhubaneswar in the Jajpur district Odisha.

Mahavinayak Temple Jajpur

Mahavinayak temple is a major centre of pilgrimage and one of the oldest Ganesha temples in Odisha and also a major shaiva pitha or centres of Odisha.