Bhairabi Temple

Bhairavi Temple is situated at a distance of 3 Kms. from the Malkangiri Town.The hill deity of Malkangiri is worshiped by the people coming from Jeypore and People leaving Malkangiri for their safe journey. A number of religious visitors are attracted to this temple to worship throughout the day. The deity is believed to be worshiped by the King of Malkangiri whose castle s remnants are still found on the Raja Rani Hill just infront of Bhairavi temple. A famous Shiva Linga is found in the near by “Goi Hill” of Malkangiri Town. During the “Maha Shivaratri Festival” a large religious crowd is being gathered at this hill temple of Lord Shiva. Local people have put efforts in making a safe passage to the hill for the pilgrims. The height of the Shiva Linga is more that 6 feet.It has been observed that this Shiva Linga is gradually rising up. The famous “Tarini Temple” is situated at a distance of 2 Kms. from Malkangiri town on the way to Jeypore. The scenic beauty as well as the religious importance of this temple attract people of the entire District.

  • Bear found infront of Bhairabi temple
  • Bhairabi Temple Outer View
  • Bhairabi Temple inner View
  • Idol Of Maa Bhairabi inside the Temple
  • Goddess of Maa Bhairabi
  • Bear found infront of Bhairabi temple
  • Bhairabi Temple Out side View
  • Bhairabi Temple Inside View
  • Idol of Maa Bhairabi
  • Idol of Maa Bhairabi

How to Reach:

By Air

Visakhapatnam Airport is the nearest airport to reach Malkangiri and is 270 Kilometers away from Malkangiri by road.

By Train

Jeypore (Koraput District) is the nearest railway station that is also connected by bus services to Malkangiri and about 110 Kilometers away from Malkangiri district HQ.

By Road

It is only One Kilometer away from District Headquarter. Tourists traveling by bus can find direct bus services from Jeypore.