Bhadrak is a notable district named after Goddess Bhadrakali in Odisha. It has its grass-root connection with the Puranic age as the relics that were discovered here date back to 7th and 8th century. Moreover, it is among those places in South India where numerous grandeurs of Hindu shrines were erected.
Bhadrak rests on the southern shoreline facing the Bay of Bengal. It covers and an area of 2,505 km. sq. With a sea facing geography, Bhadrak has a tropical climate. The average mercury level touches 30° C during summers and 12° C throughout the winter season. Such pleasant weather makes it convenient for the tourists to visit places and attractions in Bhadrak.
Bhadrak is best known for the Hindu shrines. There are numerous Hindu shrines and the Bhadrakali temple is a significant attraction in Bhadrak. Hundreds of devotees visit the temple for offering prayers to the goddess. Akhandalmani temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is visited by uncountable pilgrims amid year.