Mahendragiri, is a mountain in Rayagada region of the region of Gajapati, Odisha, India. It is arranged among the Eastern Ghats at a rise of 1,501 meters. Mahendragiri is related with the Ramayana as Mahendra Parvata (mountain). It is a ‘Kula Parvata’ alongside Malaya, Sahyadri, Parijatra, Shuktiman, Vindhya and Malyavaan. In the Puranas and Ramayana It is said that Parashurama was mulling over Mahendragiri when Lord Rama broke the consecrated bow of Shiva.
Mahendragiri is related to the Ramayana as Mahendra Parvata (mountain). It is a ‘Kula Parvata’ alongside Malaya, Sahyadri, Parijatra, Shuktiman, Vindhya, and Malaysian. In the Puranas and Ramayana, It is said that Parashurama was mulling over Mahendragiri when Lord Rama broke the consecrated bow of Shiva.
Mahendragiri is arranged in the Gajapati area, Odisha. Legend says that it is where Lord Parashurama, a Chiranjeevi stays unceasingly and performs tapas. Parashurama is the 6th symbol of Vishnu in Hinduism and he is one of the Chiranjeevi’s (enduring), who will show up toward the finish of the Kali yuga to be the master of Vishnu’s 10th and last symbol, Kalki. He conveyed various attributes, which included animosity, fighting, and fearlessness; additionally, tranquility, judiciousness, and persistence. He resigned in the Mahendra Mountains, as indicated by section 2.3.47 of the Bhagavata Purana. He is the lone Vishnu symbol who never bites the dust, stays away forever to extract Vishnu, and lives in thoughtful retirement. Further, he is the solitary Vishnu symbol that exists together with other Vishnu symbols Rama and Krishna in certain adaptations of the Ramayana and Mahabharata respectively. Temples, which are supposed to be worked by the Pandavas are seen. The primary celebration saw here is Shivaratri.
This is the second-highest mountain peak of Odisha after Deomali in the Koraput district. It has interesting archaeological remains.
Mahendragiri, is a mountain in Rayagada subdivision of the district of Gajapati, Odisha, India. It is situated amongst the Eastern Ghats at an elevation of 1,501 metres (4,925 ft).
The climatic condition in the Mahendragiri varies between 16 degree to 40 degree Celsius and the normal rainfall received is 1403.30 mm.
You can get food from Hotels in the town area.
Ancient temples and archaeological remains rumoured to have been built by the Pandavas regularly dot the landscape in Mahendragiri. The best time to visit Mahendragiri would be during Shivarathri when the town comes alive with chants and festivities.
Reach Paralakhemundi which is 115 km from Brahmapur via Ichhapur – Palasa.
126 km from Brahmapur via Ichhapur-Jarada-Kaipur and Paralakhemundi.
In any way, you need to reach Burakhat Pass, which is the base of this mountain peak.
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