Sobhaneswar Mahadev Temple, Niali || Cuttack Tourism|| Odisha Prachi Valley || 12th AD Temple
Sobhaneswar Mahadev Temple is a 12th AD century heritage site built by King Anangabhima Deva II (1190-98) of Ganga dynasty. This artistically designed Hindu temple is situated on the left banks of sacred Prachi river at Niali block in Cuttack district .
It’s a protected monument site of State Archeology Dept. The Kalingan style detailed carvings on the laterite stones can only be felt on visiting the shrine which is inside a village, surrounded by greenery & tranquility prevailing in the premises.
Temple is just 300-400 mt far from Main road which is road way from Bhubaneswar / Cuttack . It’s 35 km far from Bhubaneswar and 45 km far from Cuttack . It’s well communicated .
How to Reach : –
- It’s 45 KM far from Cuttack and 40 Km far from Bhubaneswar . The root for Niali from Cuttack is via Nakhara and for Niali from Bhubaneswar is via Uttara Chhak.
Need Attention while Travelling –
- Take Food while travelling , ( either Uttara , Balipatana or Niali Square) . Better have some fruits and water bottle .
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Nearest Places to Visit –
1 – Niali Madhav Temple which is just 7 km far from each .
2 – Laxmi Narayana Temple
3 – Radha Kantha Matho