Langudi Hills

The Langudi Buddhist sites are situated in and around the Langudi hills in the Jajpur district of Orissa is considered as one of the most important Buddhist sites of Odisha, the state which marked a new Buddhist era by changing the imperialistic Ashoka into the patron of Buddhism. The Buddhist sites excavated by the Archaeological Survey of India in the 20th-21st century reflects the golden days of Buddhism in India through the remains of Buddhist monasteries, the Buddha’s images and several stupas, found in and around Langudi.