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Chandragiri is the green valley situated in district of Gajapati, Odisha. This is hill top heaven far away from city hustle and bustle. Many tourist visit this place to find peace, to embark on Buddhism, cherish scenic beauty and to picnic around waterfall. Visitors also get to experience Tibetan culture as Chandragiri has big Tibetan community, beautiful Buddhist monastery and mesmerising Stupas. Tibetan's are living in this area since 1963 as shelter home after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959. One special charecteristic of Tibetans are they spread harmony and Tranquillise the whole community in peace. Chandragiri is 80 Km away from Berhampur town and will reach by road in 2-2.5 hour drive due to good road. While coming from Berhampur half way through, there is also deer park and hot water spring at Taptapani to cherish on.


Padmasambhava Mahavihara monastery

The Padmasambhava Mahavihara Monastery(Odia: ପଦ୍ମସମ୍ଭବ ମହା ବୌଦ୍ଧ ବିହାର), located at Chandragiri - Jeerango, Gajapati district, in the state of Odisha, India, is the largest Buddhist monastery in South Asia. It was inaugurated by the Dalai Lama in January 2010.

 Padmasambhava Jeerango Monastery


There are three main types of Buddhist architecture, these being the teaching hall, the residence, and a particular round shaped building called a stupa. A stupa is a structure which is usually round and originally shaped like an upturned bell. Sometimes these are solid, with no entrance, but most have a central chamber. There are eight different kinds of stupas in Tibetan Buddhism, each referring to major events in the Buddha's life - Lotus Blossom Stupa, Enlightenment Stupa, Stupa of Many Doors, Stupa of Descent from the God Realm, Stupa of Great Miracles, Stupa of Reconciliation, Stupa of Complete Victory and Stupa of Nirvana.

Jeerango Stupa or Chorten

Namkha Khyung Dzong Monastery

This is a nunnery monastery. Many nuns from Ladakh and Himalayan region are studying Buddhist religion, Buddhist science and Buddhist philosopy. One of the significance of this monastery is the presence of enlightnent body of Buddhist master in main temple hall. The body was carried from Tibet and its perserve on its own without the need of freezing or any help of chemicals. It is about 60 years old and is coloured in golden. Before it used to grow hairs and nails but due to human disturbance it has stoped.

Chandragiri nunnery monastery

Statue of Padmasambhava 53 ft

Padmasambhava - Lotus Born, also known as Guru Rinpoche, was an 8th-century Indian Buddhist master. A number of legends have grown around Padmasambhava's life and deeds, and he is widely venerated as a 'second Buddha' across Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Himalayan states of India. A case on literary, archaeological, and iconographical grounds can be made for placing it in the present-day state of Odisha in India. It has now been established that Padmasambhava is the adopted son of King Indrabhuti of Sambhala kingdom, in Oddiyana, which is the present day Sambalpur. So it can be safely said that Padmasambhava belongs to modern-day Sambalpur.Padmasambhava's special nature was recognized by the childless local king of Oḍḍiyāna and was chosen to take over the kingdom, but he left Oddiyana for northern parts of India. Source - wikipedia

Chandragiri Padmasambhava Stupa

Khasada Waterfall

The beautiful waterfall of Khasada is best know for picnic spot and tourist from far distance come with their families. It is over crowded during season and better to visit the area in off season. The water current is high during rainy period and it is not advisable to take bath without knowing proper swimming. There is also a small temple above the hill for making prayers and offering.

khosara waterfall

Hotel, Travel and Tour Guide


There are limited options available for hotels in Chandragiri but through us we will provide you an affordable and best hotel. We offer numerous tour and travellers support also. If you are a nature or wildlife enthusiast, you can call us for a local guide to take you around the dense national parks and sanctuaries.


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