Far away from the hustle and bustle of the city is the secluded beach of Orissa Jaleswar.The main attractions of Chandrabali are the symphony birds and the red crab.Only the sea will talk to you here.
Chandrabali beach in Balasore district along the border of Orissa and Bengal, the address is not yet well known. About 48 km from Jaleswar town, (about the same distance from Digha) Chandrabali is one of the uninhabited beaches of Orissa.
We reached Jaleswar to spend two days in the lap of nature. The car was told in advance. As soon as we reached Jaleswar, the car came to pick us up. We proceeded along Chandaneshwar Road. Grain fields on both sides of the road. A few glimpses of the golden line a little farther on, then Chandrabali straight ahead with kirtaniya. There is still a crowd of travelers in that way.
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There are few homestays to stay. Be sure to book in advance. You can’t even go there and get a house. Homemade food is available. The people of Orissa have a reputation for cooking, you will get that taste in food. I spent two days in a home environment away from the hustle and bustle of the citizens. I wake up in the morning to the call of birds and the fishing boat anagona. As soon as he got out of breakfast, he caught sight of the rhythmic alpana made of shy red crab sand across the shore. The sea on the horizon in front. There is no arrogance in bathing in the sea. There is only the symphony of birds calling, the soft sound of falling leaves, the innocent white waves of the sea and the wild scent of the trees.
Along the white sand and rocky roads, an unfamiliar scene unfolds further down the Zhaoban region. In the distance the golden line fell into the sea. The broken edges draw strange geometric designs. I met some local people there. They are bringing oysters from the sea. Curiosity was aroused by the sight of oysters piled up all around. I learned from them that after sifting through the innumerable oysters brought from the sea, they are used to make various jewelry and house decoration items. On the way back home, collecting these oysters is another occupation of theirs, while dipping the oysters in water, they turned the diary upside down.
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After overcoming the attraction of the sea, the next day I proceeded to visit Baba Bhusandeswar Shivling.Locals claim it to be the largest Shivling in Asia. They believe that in the age of Treta, they received this Shivling as a gift from Ravana Mahadev, the king of Lanka. This Shivling was again worshiped by Goddess Parvati. But when he saw Ravana taking this Shivling away in his flower chariot, the gods got angry and decided to stop taking this Shivling. Even though the gods wanted that Shivling, Ravana refused to give it. Ravana then lowered the Shivling somewhere in the middle of the drag. Later, when it is lifted, the Shivling becomes so heavy that Ravana cannot lift it. As a result, the Shivling remained there for a long time and for many days the beasts of the forest guarded it. The temple was later established by rescuing the Shivling.
Hearing such folklore, after reaching there, I felt a touch of sadness. Broken temple. It can be understood by looking at the fact that there is not much care. Half of the Bhushandeshwar Shivling made of black granite is under the ground. Assured by the locals, new temples are being built after the old ones were demolished. It was Baba’s turn to bow to Bholanath and return this time.
We are returning to Talsari by way of Digha. On the way back, my eyes got stuck in the mud of a mud house. I saw a black object in Malsa and stopped the car. Going closer, I saw that there were black seeds from the sunflower in the pot. I found out that this is the basement of Sunflower Oil. Among the states in India that are at the forefront of sunflower oil production, Orissa is one of them. With happy memories, I turned the car towards Shahu’s path.