Bhadrak is a town of Odisha state in eastern India. It appeared on first April 1993. The region is named after the town of Bhadrak, which is the locale base camp and, as per legend, gets its name from the Goddess Bhadrakali, whose sanctuary is on the banks of the Salandi River. Bhadrak town is very much associated with the province of Odisha, and to different parts of the nation too. The town lies on National Highway 16, 130 kilometers 81 mi upper east of Bhubaneswar, the state capital. Bhadrak town has three transport stations, one on NH 16, the others close Bant Chhak and Charampa. There are visit transports to and from Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Balasore, and Calcutta.
As a religious center point, Bhadrak is additionally home to celebrations and religious festivals. The "Pana Sankranti" held at Chhatrapati, 14 to 21 April, is a standout amongst the most renowned. "Dola Purnima" or Holi Melana is likewise another significant celebration; it is commended in a few areas in Bhadrak. The Cart Festival Ratha Yatra, then again, is praised in Jharpata, Gamal, Hide, Ghanteswar, Totapada, Chhatrapati, Bhadrak, and Bhatia town Sri Jagannath matha. This last area is one of the most established spots which watches Ganesh puja 150 years. In the city itself one can revere and get favoring at Maa Banka Basuli Temple and Baba Lokanath Shiva Temple.