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Jagatsinghpur is a coastal district of Indian state Odisha . It was formed on 01/04/1993 . Before that, it was part of erstwhile Cuttack district. This district is surrounded by Bay of Bengal in the East, Cuttack district in the West, Kendrapada district in the North and Puri district in the South. Paradip port is also in this district.

Jagatsinghpur is around 40 km from Cuttack, and around 65 km from Bhubaneswar by road.


Get in[edit]

Map of Jagatsinghpur

By plane[edit]

Nearest airport is Biiju Patnaik International Airport at Bhubaneswar. Bus, taxi services are available from the airport to Jagatsinghpur.

By train[edit]

The nearest railway station is Paradip Railway Station. Taxi, Bus services are available from Paradip to Jagatsinghpur.

By road[edit]

Road journey is the most convenient to Jagatsinghpur. It is very well connected to all major cities of Odisha and Kolkata .

Get around[edit]


Sarala Temple at Jhankad
Gorakhnath Temple
Jagannath Temple at Paradip
  • 1 Sarala Temple, +91 9437204471. In a village called Jhankad, under Tirtol Block of Jagatsinghpur District, around 18 km by road from Jagatsinghpur. Deity of Goddess Sarala is being worshiped here. Accommodation for tourists available at Kuberputa Dharamasala at Kanakpur.
  • 2 Gorakhnath Temple. Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
  • Jagannath Temple Paradip. Temple dedicated to Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Shubhadra .
  • 3 Paradip port. Artificial port at the confluence of Mahanadi River and Bay of Bengal.




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