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Chandragiri in Gajapati Odisha. Odisha’s Little Tibet isn’t also known as the homestead of his heavenliness the Dalai Lama at Mcleodganj in Dharamsala and Majnu ka Tila in Delhi, yet it offered the Tibetan pioneer’s a home by the by after China attacked Tibet in 1959. Chandragiri was assigned as camp no.4 for the settlement of Tibetans.

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In the green valley of Gajapati locale of Orissa, Chandragiri is renowned for the Tibetan settlement and for the Buddhist religious community situated by its side. You will track down a few old Tibetans who can tell about the early settlement and its set of experiences.


The main clump of Tibetans showed up in Chandragiri on first May 1963. Since showing up they have not just made Chandragiri and the abutting camps at Labarasingh, Mahendragadh, Tankilipadar (all situated at a sweep of 4-5 KM around Chandragiri) their home yet through their undertaking and attitude added shading to the pleasant heaps of the Eastern Ghats in this piece of Odisha. The Tibetans have named this spot “Phuntsokling”– which means a place that is known for bounty and satisfaction.


The significant fascination is the Padmasambhava Monastery prevalently known as the Jirang Monastery. It is the biggest religious community in Eastern India. The cloister was introduced by His Holiness The Dalai Lama in 2010. It is a home cum school for growing Buddhist priests who come from everywhere India here to examine.


The Avalokiteswara sculpture in a sitting situation at Mahedragad is another fascination alongside the Monastery at Labarasingh. Try not to miss the harmony pagoda at the passageway of Camp No. 4.

The Buddhist sanctuary is extremely appealing with lovely artworks on the divider. All around the sanctuary, there are very much looked after gardens. This four-celebrated sanctuary has a major petition lobby on the ground floor.


Supplication time is morning 5.30 AM and evening 4 PM Photography isn’t permitted inside the supplication corridor of the principal sanctuary complex. There are bright dividers hanging with painting s brought from Nepal and different pieces of the country. On the two sides of the sanctuary, there is a lodging complex for understudies. Sightseers and not permitted to enter inside lodging and school complex. There are jungle gyms for the understudies.


There is an old sanctuary situated on the left half of the principal passageway of the sanctuary.
A stopping office is accessible close to the passageway of the sanctuary.

There is a bottle outside the complex.


Outside the complex, there is a little cascade ( or water incline ) and a Lord Ram sanctuary. In the wake of visiting a Buddhist Monastery, you can take the town street to arrive at the primary street and afterward Chandragiri town.

Geographical Information

Chandragiri is situated at an elevation of about 3200 feet above sealevel on a plateau of eastern ghat, having approximately 70 inches rainfall and 40 to 80 degree Fahrenheit temperature.



Climatic condition in the Chandragiri varies between 16 degree to 40 degree Celsius and the normal rainfall received is 1403.30 mm. 

Best Foods

You can get food from Hotels in the town area.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Chandragiri in India is from january until march and october until december, when you will have a warm or hot temperature and limited till little rainfall. The highest average temperature in Chandragiri is 40°C in april and the lowest is 27°C in december.

Transportation (Direction)

By Train
Nearest Railway Station-Berhampur


By Air
Nearest Airport-Bhubaneswar Distance from Bhubaneswar-263KM


By Road
Chandragiri has regular bus service from Berhampur. Alternately one can drive down to Chandragiri. The amazing landscape makes for a scenic drive.

How to Prepare for Place

To visit Chandragiri in Gajapati Odisha, You can any time visit here. This place has rich history and culture. It is advisable to bring a camera to capture its beauty.


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