Residing beside the rhythmically poised Rushikulya River, the serene temple holds grandeur and mystical beauty
By Team Discover Brahmapur
Worshiped as the Breast Shrine (Sthana Peetha) and manifestations of Adi Shakti, the Taratarini temple stands atop the Kumari hills in Ganjam. Located in Purushottampur, about 27kms away from Brahmapur, the temple is visited by millions of people every year.
The beautiful temple, one of the oldest pilgrimage centre, is the abode of sister Goddesses Tara and Tarini. The most appropriate time to visit this temple is during the Chaitra Mela/Chaitra Parva/Chaitra Yatra, Dusshera, Navaratri, Deepawali, Sankranti and all Tuesdays of the year to take full advantage of the rituals and other experience.
The journey from Brahmapur to Tara Tarini is undoubtedly awe-inspiring and exciting, and you get to spend some quality time with friends and family, away from the everyday robotic schedule.
It is one of the most visited and appreciated locations near Brahmapur, for worshipers, travellers and adventure junkies.