FAQ ON MARRIAGE AND SEX

How many times newly married couples have intercourse?

Ans- In case of newly married couples the frequency is generally greater and probably approximates the higher figures of once a day or so. Frequency of marital intercourse, depending to a large degree upon the age of the husband. Married men between the ages of twenty one and twenty five reported an average of slightly over three relations per week, while those aged thirty-one to thirty five reported an average of only a little over two relations per week. This frequency steadily diminishes to an average of one and half times a week for men aged forty one to forty five and to less than one sexual relation a week for men over fifty six years of age. However when the coital act, is followed by a sense of relaxation and ease, the sexual relations are probably not excessive and their frequency should then depend entirely upon the desires of the couple.

How long should sexual intercourse normally take?

Ans-That depends upon what the term includes. If we consider sexual intercourse to consist of the foreplay, the sexual union and also the afterplay, that is , the period of rest and relaxation which normally follows intercourse, the time would obviously be subject to any number of variations Even if we consider coitus to extend only from intromission until the completion of the organism, there are also marked individual variations in its duration. While some men can prolong active coitus for fifteen or twenty minutes or more before ejaculation, other can hardly do so for more than a minute or so. The median man holds an erection from five to ten minutes.

What about sexual relation during the menstrual period?

Ans-There is considerable divergence of opinion as to the advisability of intercourse during the menstrual period. In general while intercourse during the menses may not be harmful, it is preferable to abstain from sexual contact and even from sexual stimulation during the days of active menstrual flow, unless the women specifically desire it.

How soon after the child is born may relations be resumed?

Ans-Ordinarily it is advisable to avoid sexual relations about six weeks following delivery. The generative organs of a woman undergo profound changes during the child bearing and delivery and it takes from five to six weeks after childbirth before they return to their normal condition. During this period, it is therefore better to abstain from sex relations in order to avoid hindering the natural processes of involution.

Are sexual difficulties likely to occur at the very beginning of marriage?

Ans-Yes, they may develop from the start and are apt to make the first weeks or month of marriage very trying. Difficulties for instance, may be encountered even in the consummation of the sexual union. Consummation is the legal term for the penetration of the vagina by the penis. Newly married couple is at times unsuccessful in completing the sex union and they may be very much astonished and disconcerted by such an unexpected complication. These difficulties may persist for weeks or months and prove very disturbing to both husband and wife.

If a man reaches his orgasm very quickly is it a sign of sexual weakness?

Ans-The duration of the act of coitus, as we have already discussed is subject to wide variations and men differ greatly in their so called staying-power. Ordinarily the erection should be maintained for many minutes and the ejaculation should not come for about one or two minutes after intromission, at least not until after some ten, twenty or more coital movements. Some man however, cannot maintain an erection for even length of time and reach their organism very rapidly. Disturbances in the sexual function of the male involving rapid ejaculations constitute a rather frequent source of sexual maladjustment and marital disharmony.

Is the hymen always broken during the first sex act?

Ans-Unless the hymen had previously been stretched by other means, it is broken at the time, if complete penetration takes place. The hymen partially surrounds the vaginal entrance and the male organ must past through it in order to enter the vaginal canal. The diameter of the erect penis is about an inch and half while that of the opening through the hymen is generally about an inch. ‘The pressure of the male organ first causes the hymen to stretch or dilate and if this is not sufficient to permit entry, the continued pressure results in the breaking of the membrane at one or more points. This constitutes the defloration.

ପଶ୍ଚିମ ଓଡିଶାର ମୂଲ୍ୟବୋଧ ଓ ମହାନ୍ ଐତିହ୍ୟର ପର୍ବ: ନୂଆଁଖାଇ

ନୂଆଁଖାଇ ପଶ୍ଚିମ ଓଡିଶାର ବଡ଼ ଓ ମହାନ୍ ପର୍ବ ଅଟେ I ମାଟି ମା ଓ ଇଷ୍ଟ ଦେବୀଂକୁ ପୂଜା କରିବାର ନିଆରା ପରମ୍ପରା I ମାଆ, ମାଟି, ପ୍ରକୃତି, ସମାଜ୍, ଧର୍ମ, ସଂସ୍କୃତି ଓ ପରମ୍ପରର ଅତୁଟ ବଂଧନରେ ବନ୍ଧା ଏକ ପର୍ବ I ଏହା ମୁଖ୍ୟତ କୃଷିଭିତ୍ତିକ ପର୍ବ ହେଲେ ମଧ୍ୟ ସମାଜର ସବୁ ବର୍ଗର ଲୋକ ଖୁବ ଜାକ ଜମକରେ ପାଳନ କରଂତି I ଏହି ନୂଆଁଖାଇ ପର୍ବ ପଶ୍ଚିମ ଓଡିଶାର ମୂଲ୍ୟବୋଧ ଓ ମହାନ୍ ଐତିହ୍ୟର ପରିଚୟ ଦିଏ I କେବଳ ଆନନ୍ଦ ପ୍ରାପ୍ତି ନୁହେଁ ବରଂ ସାମାଜିକ ଜିବନକୁ ସୁଦୃଢ ଓ ଭାଇଚାରାରେ ଉଦ୍ବୁଦ୍ଧ ହେବା ପାଇଁ ଏହି ପର୍ବ ପାଳନ କରାଯାଏI ଏହି ପର୍ବ  କେବେଠୁଁ ଆରମ୍ଭ ହେଲା ସେ ସମ୍ପକରେ ଐତିହାସିକ ତଥ୍ୟ ନାହି I  ନୂଆଁ ଧାନ କୁ ଗାଁ ତଥା ଘର ଇଷ୍ଟ ଦେବୀଂକୁ ସମର୍ପଣ କରି ନୂଆଁ ଖାଇ ପାଳନ କରା ଯାଏ I ଭାଦ୍ରବ ମାସର ଶୁକ୍ଲପକ୍ଶ୍ଯ ପଂଚମୀ ତିଥିରେ ସାରା ପଶ୍ଚିମ ଓଡିଶାରେ ନୂଆଁଖାଇ ପର୍ବ ପାଳନ କରାଯାଏ I ସାମାଜିକ ସହାବସ୍ଥାନ, ନୂତନ, ଆଶା, ସମ୍ଭାବନା, ଭକ୍ତି, ପ୍ରେମ ର ପର୍ବ ନୂଆଁ ଖାଇ I ମତାନ୍ତର ଓ ମନାନ୍ତର କୁ ପଶୋରି ଏକତା ସୂତ୍ରେ ଯୋଡି ରଖିଥାଏ ଏହି ନୂଆଁଖାଇ I ଅନ୍ୟ ଦିନ ଠାରୁ ଏହି ଦିନ ଟିକେ ଅଲଗା I ସମସ୍ତଂକ ମନ ଆନନ୍ଦ ଓ ଉଲ୍ଲାଶରେ ଭରିଯାଏଁ I ମାଟି ମାଆ ଓ ଦେବାଦେବୀ ମାନଂକର ଆଶିର୍ବାଦରୁ ସୁନାର ଫସଲ ହେଉଥିବାରୁ ପ୍ରଥମେ ଦେବଦେବୀଂକୁ ଅର୍ପଣ କରାଯାଏ I

ନୂଆଁ ଧାନରୁ ଚାଉଲ ବାହାର କରି ଘିଅ, ଖିର, କଦଳୀ ଓ ଗୁଡ ମିଶାଇ ଆରାଧ୍ୟ ଦେବୀ ପାଖରେ ଭୋଗ ଲଗାଯାଏ I ଆହୁରି ମଧ୍ୟ ଏହି ନୂଆଁ ଧାନକୁ ଚୁରି ଖିରିରେ ମିଶାଇ ନବାନ୍ନ ପ୍ରସ୍ତୁତ କରାଯାଏ I  ଗାଁ ତଥା ଘରେ ଇଷ୍ଟ ଦେବୀ ଠାନେ ନୂଆଁ ଅନ୍ନ ଭୋଗ ଲଗାଇବା ପରେ ସମସ୍ତେ ଏକାଠି ମିଶି ନୂଆଁ ଖାଇ ଥାଂତି I ନୂଆଁ ଖାଇ ସାରିବା ପରେ ସାନ ମାନେ ଗୁରୁଜନଂକୁ ମୁଣ୍ଡିଆ ମାରିଥାଂତି I ତାହା ପରେ ମନ୍ଦିର ଦର୍ଶନ କରି ବଡ଼ ଲୋକଂକୁ ନୂଆଁ ଖାଇ ଜୁହାର କରଂତି I ବିଲୁପ୍ତ ପ୍ରାୟ ସାସ୍କୃତିକ ବିଭବକୁ ଉଜ୍ଜ୍ବିତ କରେ “ନୂଆଁ ଖାଇ ଭେଟଘାଟ୍” I

Is karma real? If so, then why do bad people enjoy their best?

Karma is a matter of faith, like God.

Billions of people believe in God, though no one has seen Him (or Her, or It).

Billions of people see injustice, pain and misery in the world and yet they believe that the creator of the world (God) is just, compassionate and kind.

In the same way, billions of people believe in Karma, though they can see every day that the so-called good karma (like honesty, truthfulness, kindness, love, duty, righteousness) does not necessarily lead to good outcomes (like happiness, success or contentment).

You can find the bad people succeeding in almost every field of life. For example,

  • Most successful politicians are criminals, corrupt, casteist
  • Most successful civil servants are corrupt, politically aligned, unethical
  • Most successful businessmen are tax-evaders, liars, frauds and corrupt.

In reality, life is like a game, and the best player wins the game of life.

If we imagine life as a game of tennis, the winner of the tournament is not the person who is honest and ethical, but the one who plays the best game.

And you can’t win the games of life purely by following the right means.

The Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu, wrote so wisely in ‘The Art of War’ : “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near”.

You can’t win the battles of life purely by following the right means, particularly when your opponents have no qualms in following all types of means.

The principle of Karma is designed to make the people believe that by doing good deeds, you can achieve success in life.

When most people start believing in the law of karma, it becomes easy for smart people to win the games of life.

However, the winners and heroes always attribute their success to their good karma like truthfulness, honesty, harm work etc., and smartly conceal their evil deeds, just like an iceberg exposes only a smart tip while concealing most of itself.

It is only when the complete life of winners is exposed, people come to know the (hidden) reality of these so-called heroes and winners.

When the truth of a winner is fully exposed, people discover how big frauds these great achievers really are, and how winners are almost always the worst type of human beings.

However, the myth of karma still continues since these heroes are now projected as villains by the other heroes who are still successful in concealing their true selves.

You have to, therefore, make a choice.

You can either be a good person or become a highly successful person in the world.

If you want a contented life with modest success, follow the path of karma.

However, if you seeking extraordinary success and enjoyment, drop the laws of karma, and follow the (unethical) principle of Sun Tzu, in ‘The Art of War’.

The choice is yours since life is yours.

Believe: Autobiography of Famous Indian Batsman published

A Book titled “Believe-What life and Cricket taught me” the much waited Suresh Raina Autobiography released on 14 June 2021 by author Suresh Raina and Bharat Sundaresan.

This Book is about Suresh Raina’s lightning fast rise in the Indian Cricket team and the hardships that he faced on the way to becoming a record breaking batsman. This Book also cover Raina’s early days as budding cricketer in UP.

This is the story of the lessons he leant and the friendship he built in cricket career. It is about the life that Raina learnt from senior colleagues like M.S Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble and Suorav Ganguly amongs others. This book will make you believe in the power of hard work, love, luck, hope and camaraderie.

It take us through the up and down of the cricketing career of a man who was his world fall apart and yet became one of the most influential white ball cricketers of India has ever seen.

The new released book available on Amazon store. The link is given below-

How to attract a loyal Life Partner

Everyone desires a loyal life partner. A loyal life partner makes your life very simple. He/She makes you feel comfortable in every tough situation. He/She always with you in every decision. He/She stands right behind you in every tough situation.

Here are some simple techniques and processes that you can use to attract your ideal partner.

First know Yourself

It is your first duty to know yourself well. Its means deep understanding and discovery of yourself. Realize who you truly are, not who want to be. Find out what you are passionate about. Learn what makes you feel happy and brings joy and fulfillment to your life. When you lose confident just remember you are just as special as anyone else.

Love and Respect Yourself

The best way to change the way others treat you is to change how you treat yourself. As you began to treat yourself , you are emitting a vibration that indicates that you are important, worthy and you deserve the attention you desire. The attraction of your life partner is simply the effect. The quicker you want the person to manifest, the greater the love, honor and respect that you should shower on yourself. Take time for self care and follow heart and dreams.

High Your Self Confidence level

Self confidence is strong attractive force. It naturally make people show interest in you and want to be around it. Believe in the ability you to attract the right person into your life. Self confidence should be strong enough to attract anyone you desire. You boost your self confidence by looking in the mirror every morning and evening while you say positive affirmations in the present tense aloud.

Make Positive affirmations

Positive affirmations will increase your vibration and connect you to the desired person. You must send out signals of attraction in the form of thoughts, words and actions. But it is easier to begin with words. So write down several helpful affirmations in the present tense that can help you to express your strong desire to the Universe.

Visualize Yourself being Loved with

Attract the one you want by visualizing yourselves together. Think about how this person is so impressed by your personality and how much the person will like to be with you.

Focus on Your Partner’s Good Qualities

Always see the positive aspects of the person character. This works in all relationships, but it is particularly important.

The Family Man Season 2 is now streaming

The much-awaited season two of The Family Man is now streaming. The Family Man Season 2, starring Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha Akkineni, Priyamani, Sharib Hashmi, Seema Biswas, Darshan Kumar, Sharad Kelkar, Sunny Hinduja, Shreya Dhanwantary, Shahab Ali, Vedant Sinha, Mahek Thakur, Mime Gopi, Ravindra Vijay, Devadarshini Chetan, Anandsami and N. Alagamperumal, has released on Amazon Prime Video.

The second season marks the digital debut of popular south Indian actor Samantha Akkineni. Though her appearance in the trailer has generated some controversy, the makers stood by her and said that she “took an extreme risk to do this role.” Director Raj Nidmoru told indianexpress.com, “Samantha’s choice of doing The Family Man 2 is an extremely risky one, especially if you see how passionately her fans follow her work. Already there are few comments saying, ‘What did you do to our beautiful Samantha?’ I said, ‘She is still beautiful but in just a different role.’ Someone like her doing this role is very risky. It is brave to say, ‘I am going to let go of all the things people look in me, in my character and I will embrace a completely different, contrasting character and try and do my best with it.

After the controversy regarding the depiction of Tamil people and their culture in The Family Man Season 2 erupted, Raj & DK issued a statement that read, “Some assumptions and impressions have been made based on just a couple of shots in the trailer.

10 BENEFITS OF REGULAR EXERCISE

  1. Your sleep pattern becomes regular. If you are doing intense workouts for 20–30 minutes a day, you will start sleeping like a baby and avoid that phone before your sleep.
  2. Your mood swings will slowly reduce. Working out releases happy hormones in the body and you gain a sense of achievement everyday.
  3. Better physical health means better mental health as well.
  4. Your concentration levels will increase drastically.
  5. You will start seeing the world from a different perspective and your mind will gather more of positive thoughts.
  6. If you get addicted to working out, which you should, your daily routine will started revolving around it which is a massive step towards personal growth.
  7. Eating habits will improve. The more you work out, the more you will start thinking about what you are eating.
  8. Your reflexes will improve if you’re doing a lot pattern based cardio.
  9. Your image of self becomes more prominent and respectable.
  10. You’d be surprised to see that with the right workout habits, eating habits and work management, you will gain more patience.
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12 lessons everyone should know

  1. Cooking and cleaning is a basic life skill and not a gender role.
  2. If you don’t clear your misunderstanding in time, they became the reason for distance forever.
  3. If you want it, work for it. It’s that simple.
  4. The gap between the life you could live and the life you are living is called focus.
  5. If you’re not dating to marry, then you’re dating for heartbreak. Let that sink in and be in serious relationship.
  6. Stop comparing yourself with who started 10 years before you. Focus on your own journey.
  7. Confidence is not “I’m better than them”, confidence is “I’m great, so are they”
  8. Every time I lower my frequency to meet someone on their level I end up paying for it. That’s a lesson I really don’t need to learn anymore. Rise up to meet me.
  9. Real growth is when you start checking and correcting yourself. Instead of blaming others, you take your power back by being responsible for your life.
  10. You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.
  11. Being kind to yourself is the best medicine.
  12. And there is always, always, always something to be thankful for.

Best 12 places to visit in Western Odisha

The Western Odisha is in abundance with charming flora and fauna along with beautiful temples and natural waterfalls and other architectural excellence.

HIRAKUD DAM-SAMBALPUR

Hirakud Dam is built across the Mahanadi River, about 15 kilometres from Sambalpur in the state of Odisha in India. Behind the dam extends a lake, Hirakud Reservoir, 55 km long. It is one of the first major multipurpose river valley projects started after India’s independence.The dam supports two different hydroelectric power houses. Power House I is located at the base (toe) of the main dam section and contains 3 x 37.5 MW Kaplan turbine and 2 x 24 MW Francis turbine generators for an installed capacity of 259.5 MW.

Cattle Island is located in one of the extreme points of Hirakud Reservoir, a natural wonder. Completely inhabited by wild animals, it is without any trace of humans. It is near Kumarbandh village of Belpahar-Banharpali range which is about 90 km (56 mi) from Sambalpur. It can be reached by launch from Hirakud Dam, it is closer by 10 km (6.2 mi) via the river. The island is a submerged hill, and before the construction of Hirakud Dam it was a developed village.

Hirakud Dam
Gandhi Minar

SAMALESWARI TEMPLE

Samaleswari Temple was constructed from the 16th-century, and consequently, it’s regarded as one of the earliest Hindu shrines in Odisha..Samleswari Temple is a Hindu temple in Sambalpur, Western Odisha, dedicated to the goddess known as ‘Samleswari’, also known among the natives as Samlei Maa, meaning Mother Samleswari.

In the early time, Maa Samaleswari is worshipped as Mahalaxmi, Adishakti, Mahasaraswati, and Jagatjanni in the Area. In addition, the temple hosts numerous festivals with which are celebrated with so much dedication and ardor.

Samalei Temple Sambalpur
Maa Samalei

USHAKOTHI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Ushakothi wildlife sanctuary was established in 1962 and offered a splendid natural habitat for thousands of species. Spread across an area of about 304 square km this beautiful abode of beauty is just 22 km away from Sambalpur and has the Hirakud dam on its west.

The fauna includes, amongst others, tigers, elephants, sambar leopards, and bison and its main attraction is the flying squirrels.

DIBRUGARH WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Located in the Bargarh district of Odisha, this wildlife sanctuary is home to a diverse number of species.

The most important fact about this wildlife sanctuary is that focused on conserving the Indian leopards, gaurs, and the four-horned antelope.

CHAUSATHI YOGINI- RANIPUR JHARIAL VILLAGE

Situated at a distance of 32 km away from Kantabanji, the Chausathi Yogini temple was built by the Somabansi kings in the 8th century to Lord Shiva and his Tantra Vidya (Tantric educations).

It is made as a topless temple with 64 yoginis around a dancing Shiva statue with three heads and eight hands.

HUMA TEMPLE- SAMBALPUR

This temple is the Shiva shrine that is one of the only two leaning temples in the entire world. People believe it’s a miracle and looking at so many such miraculous architectures in India that science has no answer to appears quite strange and exciting at the same time.

NRUSINGHANATH TEMPLE- BARGARH

Nrusinghanath temple is a 500-year-old temple, foundation of which was laid in the early 1313 A.D. The main attraction of the temple is its beautiful water which is situated among trees inside the temple.

The temple is also known for its giant garden showcasing all the avatars of Lord Vishnu.

BUDDHA SHRINE- BOUDH

The name Boudh itself speaks of the prominence of Buddha in this region. Historically inhabited by a number of Buddhist Monks and followers, this place has kept their presence alive in the form of temples, caves, and Buddha statues.

The major attraction of the city is the giant Buddha statue and the Chari Sambhu temple.

CHIPLIMA- SAMBALPUR

The 24.38 meters high waterfall and the Devi Ghanteshwari temple makes it one of the favorite picnic stops of the Sambalpur city.

She is the pristine deity of the place, and the people here believe her to be the protector of the area.

HARI SHANKAR TEMPLE-BALANGIR

Bolangir is a city of tribals and farmers. One can see the simplicity and acceptance that the people here offer. The Harishankar temple is the shrine of Lord Shiva, and the people of the place have full devotion to him.

Situated on the foot of the hills, this temple has a waterfall of its own and the calm environment of the place will captivate your soul.

PRADHANPAT AND KORODOKOT WATERFALLS- DEOGARH

The Pradhanpat waterfall is surrounded by the rarest scenic views making it one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state. It is trendy amongst the people here, and it is a source of water for the village.

There another waterfall called Korordokot in Deogarh where the king of the village Sudhal Ganagadev had built Asia’s first hydro-electric powerplant in the 1840s but to witness the spectacular sight of this waterfall you have to take a trek up the mountain.

GUDGUDA WATERFALLS- SAMBALPUR

The water at this waterfall has carved its ways out seven massive rocks. It’s a treat to the eyes and a splendid location for the trek lovers.

This raw and unbarred mountain would make you feel enchanted, so don’t forget your trekking shoes home.

Nrusinghanath Temple : An important pilgrimage place to visit.

Sri Nrusinghanath Temple is located in the sacred Gandhamardan Hills, which according to legends, Hanuman carried on his shoulders from the Himalayas as described in the ancient epic Ramayana, the temple at Nrusinghanath is an important pilgrimage site. It is also an exceedingly fascinating and beautifully located temple and is worth the journey to this rather remote spot. The present temple, located at the source of the Papaharini stream, is a 14th century structure built on a more ancient site. The four pillars within the Jagmohana suggest that the earlier temple was built in the 9th century. The beautiful doorframes have been dated to the 11th century. It is said to be the oldest temple after the Shri jagganath temple, puri. The King of Patna, Baijal Deva laid the foundation of this historic temple in early 15th century CE. It is only 45 feet in height, divided into two parts: the first being the seat of the Lord Nrusinghnath, the second allotted to Jagamohan (antechamber having 3 gates and each supported by 4 pillars.

Legend

Around six hundred years ago, a woman Jamuna Kandhuni as referred in the book “Nrusingha Charitra” composed a Kavya that sings the glory of Marjara Keshari in regard to suppression and repression of torture and tyranny of Musika Daitya. According to the legend,when people were greatly afflicted by Musika Daitya (the incarnate Mouse Demon), Vishnu Mani in the appearance(Incarnation) of Marjara Keshari,in His Feline Form,ran to eat the demonic mouse form – Musika Daitya who never came out from the tunnel and Marjara Keshari waited from that day. The temple is reputed from that day with this mythologicla history. This story is symbolic of the grounding the demonic evil power of tyranny and torture that never dared to come out further and Lord Nrusinghnath alias Marjara Keshari has been guarding it since then. According to Huen Tsang, the Chinese traveler, this place was a centre of Buddhist scriptural learning. Lord Nrushinghanath is a much-adored deity of Orissa and a great fair is held in his honour on the 14th day of bright fortnight in the month of Vaisakha. According to Oriya and Devnagari inscriptions, the temple was built by Baijal Dev in early 15th century AD. The temple is constructed in Orissan style of architecture.

Natural surrounding

The place have an ancient temple, waterfall, and could do some trekking for those who like it. The ambience is scenic and wonderful, The place is cool due dense forest cover and hilly terrain. It’s a very beautiful place. It has waterfalls. If you go there must take a bath. Many stalls are there to buy things. It is a famous picnic spot also.

The vivacious environs of this waterfall in Odisha are such that travellers flock in numbers every year just to feel refreshed. Nrusinghanath Waterfall is settled close to the famed Nrusinghanath Temple which finds its place at the foothills of Gandhamardan Hill towards the north. Surrounded by dark forests and hilly terrain, the waterfall is a must visit place in Bargarh District for those who love natural settings and like spending time close to mother nature. The best time to visit here is considered to fall between October to March, where travellers can also take a sightseeing tour to Gadadhar, Pitrudhar, Guptadhar, Bhimadhar, Kapiladhar, and Chaladhar which are some other popular waterfalls at Nrusinghanath.

How to reach

By Road: The Temple is situated in Paikmal Block of Bargarh District of Odisha. It is about 110 kms from Bargarh Hqs. Buses also available from Balangir, Nuapada and Raipur.

By Air: One can take flight either to Bhubaneswar or Raipur airport.

By Rail: You can get train from Bargarh, Nuapada, Bolangir, Sambalpur, Titlagarh, Kantabanji, Jharsugda, Cuttack, Bhubaneswa, Raipur(Chatisgarh).