About Sambalpur

Sambalpur is one of the ancient places of India, with recorded settlements in the prehistoric age. It is the home of Sambalpuri Saree from which the world-famous textile derives its name. It is a historically important place, mainly because of the number of freedom fights against the British, Veer Surendra Sai being one of the many who died fighting the British.
Hirakud Dam

Hirakud Dam is built across the Mahanadi River, about 15 kilometres from Sambalpur in the state of Odisha.
Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary is an important site for the conservation of wildlife and its habitat in the state of Odisha is home to an immense array of biodiversity, over 40 species of mammals, 234 species of birds, 41 species of reptiles, 12 species of amphibians, 42 species of fishes, 39 species of odonates, 85 species of butterflies and 38 species of spiders and extremely important in the national context because of a significant population of Schedule-I species like Leopard, Indian Gaur, and Four-horned Antelope. The fauna includes the Indian leopard, Indian elephant, sambar, chital, and gaur.
Cattle Island

Cattle Island is located in one of the extreme points of Hirakud Reservoir, a natural wonder. Completely inhabited by wild animals, without any trace of humans.
Samaleswari Temple

Samaleswari Temple is a quaint 15th-century Hindu temple with a whitewashed plaster facade known for its enshrined deity.
Maa Ghanteswari Temple

Maa Ghanteshwari temple is a temple located in Chiplima which is 30 km from Sambalpur city via NH 6 in Orissa. People offer bells to goddess Ghanteswari or the Deity of Bells, after fulfillment of their wishes.
Huma Temple

The Leaning Temple of Huma in India is one of only two leaning temples in the world. It is located in Huma, a village situated on the bank of the Mahanadi, 23 km south of Sambalpur in the Indian state of Orissa.
Pradhan Path Falls

Pradhanpat Waterfall is in Debagarh District of Odisha and has a step waterfall. This waterfall is also a famous picnic area.
Best Time To Visit Sambalpur

The months from September to March are considered the best time to visit Sambalpur as the weather remains changing in the favor of travelers. Summers are generally warm in Sambalpur and in the coming months, the temperature goes up to 47°C. It is advised to plan your trip in the first few months of the season. With the commencement of July, the refreshing season of monsoon comes in and brings relief from the scorching heat of summers. The season is characterized by heavy rainfall and chances of flooding where the temperature ranges between 30°C to 20°C. Therefore, if you are planning your holidays in Sambalpur in monsoon, then it's best to check the weather forecast. Winter by far is the best season to visit Sambalpur as the weather remains on the side of travelers. Sightseeing tours can be enjoyed in the season. The major drop in temperature is around 5°C.

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