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Ambabhona is an ancient village is situated about 40 km to the north of Baragarh, in Orissa. It was once a fortified place during the reign of the Chauhan Rajas of Sambalpur. Major points of attraction here include the remains of an old fort and an ancient Kedarnath Shiva Temple. The temple is one of the eight temples dedicated to Kedarnath Shiva, constructed by Dakshin Rai, the Dewan of Raja Ajit Singh of Sambalpur.

Ambabhona can be easily accessed by road from Baragarh and Sambalpur. Bargarh Road Railway Station, served by the South Eastern Railways, is the nearest railhead.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Baragarh


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