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The First bus from Cuttack (Odisha) to Jharsuguda (Odisha) is A/C Seater/Sleeper (2+1) by Dolphin Tours and Travels departing at 20:20.

Trip duration for Cuttack to Jharsuguda is between 6h-40m to 6h-50m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC buses.

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  • Duration 6h-40m
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  • Shiva Shrine of Mahadebpali

    It is located on the bank of the River Bhaden. According to local history, there was a small regime of ‘Haihay King’ in......

  • Jhadeswar Temple

    Located at a distance of about 1 km from the Jharsuguda Railway station, Jhadeswar temple is famous for its self-appeared Shivalingam. Its date of origin is unknown, but it is said that the lingam used to be worshipped during the reign of Zamindar Govind Singh of Jharsuguda. In the year 1916, a Gujarati contractor named Mulju Jagmal erected a small temple here.

  • Historical Kolabira Fort

    The Kolabira Fort with its historical significance and being an entity dating centuries back lies on the banks of the Telen River. Is is located at a distance of 17km from the Jharsuguda Town.  

  • Padmasini Temple

    The Padmasini Temple of Padampur was constructed somewhere around the 7th century A.D but the history of its origin is still shrouded in mystery. It got destroyed with time and was later re-built by the Chauhan king of Sambalpur in 16th century. 

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