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Dokarichanchara

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Dokarichanchara Waterfalls
Dokarichanchara montage.png
LocationKhaligarh,Koksara,Odisha
Coordinates19°37′13.6″N 82°32′59.4″E / 19.620444°N 82.549833°E / 19.620444; 82.549833
Elevation150 ft (46 m)
Total height100 ft (30 m)
Number of drops2
WatercourseBehera River

Dokarichanchara (Odia: ଡୋକରୀଚଂଚରା) is a picnic spot and tourist place situated in Khaligarh village, Koksara, Kalahandi, Odisha, India.[1]

Tourism

About 80 years ago, a temple of God Rama was built in this place. Because of this Ram Navami, a 9-day-long festival, occurs every year, which attracts tourists from throughout Odisha.[2]

Gallery

Gudahandi

Dokarichanchara Waterfalls

Ram Navami

References

  1. ^ "Places of Interest | Kalahandi District: Odisha". Retrieved 2019-01-18.
  2. ^ "Ram Navami celebrated with fervour in Odisha". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 2019-01-18.
This page was last edited on 16 August 2019, at 07:37
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