Lord Baladev Jew Temple is arranged in Ichhapur (Tulasi Khetra), Kendrapara, Odisha. Baladevjew Temple is an extremely well known sanctuary of Odisha and Lord Balarama is its principle godliness. In any case, Jagannath and Subhadra are additionally venerated in the Ratna Sinhasan in the primary sanctuary. A symbol speaking to tulasi as a goddess in a situated position is likewise present after the sacrosanct seven stages. The present holy place of Siddha Baladeva Jew was developed amid the Maratha run in Orissa (1761 AD) of Ichhapur (Kendrapara). It was developed by the ruler of Kujanga, Srinivas Narendra Mahapatra, Raja Gopal Sandha and Zamidar (arrive master) of Chhedara killah. One holy person (Santha) Sairatak Giri & Gopi Das persuaded the then Maratha Chief Janoji and built the Jagamohan, Bhoga Mandapa of the fundamental sanctuary, sanctuary of Gundicha and compound divider. It is trusted that Khan-I-Duran, the subedar of Odisha amid the Moghul Emperor Aurangeb destroyed the sanctuary in 1661 and fabricated a mosque on the remaining parts of the sanctuary. Lovers of Lord Baladev Jeu, took the god in camouflage in a vessel through the stream Govari and kept the god in a mystery put close Baranga (Chhedara) Jungle. A while later it was moved to Balarampur town close Luna stream at Sakhi Bata. Later it was exchanged to the present day Icchapur sanctuary.
Aruna Stambha of 40ft high and 4ft bigness is remaining before the sanctuary. The Aruna Stambha is otherwise called "Astapanda". The stature of principle sanctuary (Sri Mandir) is 75ft and width is 40ft. It is built with substantial Baulamalia stone in a customary 7-stage design. At the highest point of the sanctuary, arranged the "Ramanandi Chita", "Brahma Nilachakra" and at the zenith, White banner is vacillating fretfully. Inside the primary sanctuary, 3 divinities of Sri Baladev Jew, Sri Jagannath and Devi Subhadra are loved on a dais named as " Ratna Simhasana". Other delegate gods are Sri Govinda Jew, Mahalaxmi, Sri Sudarsan, Sri Balgopal and Shalagrama. The center sanctuary is somewhat shorter than the fundamental sanctuary and it is developed in 5-stage customary engineering. The antiquated Garuda Stambha is inside Jagamohan. Massive Stone statues of lion and elephant are arranged before Batamandir or Mukhashala. Navagraha statues are there too. Sri Patitapaban & Kshetra Rakshak Sri Batamandir are inside Hanuman. Aside from this, different sanctuaries are there inside the limit (Bedha). Those're Ashtasambhu sanctuary, Kanak Durga sanctuary, Baikunthanath sanctuary, Padapadma sanctuary and so forth. Different structures are Jhulan Gruha, Snana Mandap, Ratna Bhandar, Mukti Mandap and so on. There is Ananda Bazar, in which diverse sorts of Prasads are accessible for aficionados.
How To Reach:
Kendrapara is 58 km from Cuttack in Odisha. To achieve Kendrapara one can go through Cuttack (Jagatpur) - Salipur state high path or on the National Highway No.5 & 5 A, crossing at Chandikhol Via Chhata towards Paradip. Kendrapara is only two (2) and half (1/2) hour drive from Bhubaneswar Airport on the National Highway 5 and 5 A. Sri Baladev jew Temple: It's 5 Km from the Kendrapara downtown area, you can reach there by Auto or taxi.
Nearest railway station:
The Nearest Railway station is at Cuttack which is 54 kilometre from Kendrapara town. chhoti is 11 kilometre from kendrapara town.
The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik Airport in Bhubaneswar. It is 85 km from kendrapara. Bhubaneswar is connected to most of the metro cities of India by Air.