A perfect place for growing paddy, wheat and mung, Bhadrak also has thirty seven factories that enhance the growth of Bhadrak's economy.
Akhandalamani, Bhadrakali, Dhamrai, and Chanbali of Bhadrak receive huge number of footfalls from around the globe every year.
Bhadrak district of Orissa is spread over a total geographical area of 2,677 sq. km. One of the prominent districts of Orissa, Bhadrak encompasses a population of 13, 32,249. The district of Bhadrak was formed in 1993 after it was carved out of Balasore. The district of Bhadrak bears relics to the rich cultural heritage and traditional legacy of the bygone era.
Representing the rich religious fervor of the state of Odisha, Bhadrak has several religious monuments that attract devotees from far and wide who visit the place to seek divine blessings and eternal happiness. Some of the prominent places of religious importance of Bhadrak district are:
- Akhandalamani Temple- Located in Aradi of Bhadrak district, the Akhandalamani Temple is one of the revered religious monuments of the district
- Sri Radha Madanmohan Temple- Sri Radha Madanmohan Temple of Bhadrak has five hundred garments of Sri Chaitanya Dev
- Biranchi Narayana Temple- Located in palia village of Bhadrak district, Biranchi Narayana Temple draws devotees who are enchanted with the divine sanctity of the place.
The district of Bhadrak plays an important role in the social, cultural and economic development of the state of Orissa. The port of Chandbali has helped in the development of trade and commerce of the state. Export and import of Orissa will receive further boast after the completion of Dhamara Port.
Bhadrak district is well connected by good roads and well laid railway tracks to all parts of the state of Orissa. The district of Bhadrak has provided an impetus to the economic growth of the state.
Last Updated on : 8 July 2013