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Once an important seat of Jainism, Bhairabasingpur is a village situated at the foot of the eastern side of a 2,000 ft high plateau. A large number of images of Jaina tirthankars of different sizes have been unearthed from this place. Of these images, the image of Rishabhanath is now worshipped in a thatched shrine. The Shiva temple at the foot of the hills contains many images of the Jain cult. Bhairabasingpur is accessible by the road leading to Borigumma and Koraput.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Koraput

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