Introduction about Dudheswara's Baruni Peeth at Mayurbhanj, Odisha
The Mayurbhanj district is known as storehouse of natural beauties. Many tourists came to this place throughout the year for looking and enjoying the beauties. Dudheswara's Baruni Peeth is one among other tourist spots of Mayurbhanj district. In the virtue land of India, most of the places been worshiped of Lord Shiva. According to many historical and mythological stories of Lord Shiva, many festivals occur in many places. In real, the homage of Lord Shiva is the social culture which is fully attached with this place.
Information about Baruni Peeth, tourist spot of Odisha
Baruni Peeth is situated only three kilometers from the nearest Kaptipada. A fountain flows from the feet of the Similipal forest, which flows aside the village Balidiha; then it meets with river Gangahar at Dhudhua. Lord Dhudheswara's Linga is in the centre of the river, in the mid point of a big eye shaped rock.
History of tourist spot Baruni Peeth of Odisha
There is no such a historical story or information about this place; however today's worshipper of Dhudheswar, Sri Baisnav Charan Tripathy say, his elder brother late Haraprasad Tripathy used to worship the Shiva Linga. About 150years ago, once the local tribes saw a black stone (Shiva Linga) and informed to the Chief Worshipper of Mayurbhanj King, Late Sri Shivanarayan Tripathy (father of Baisnav Tripathy). They got know about the formation of Shiva Linga in the centre of a eye shaped rock and started worshipping then on-wards.
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