Jajpur Patient Expressing gratitude After Ovarian Tumor Surgery

Couple From Jajpur (Odisha) are expressing there satisfaction after treatment for a large Ovarian tumor through Laparoscopic Method at Mahapatra Hospital , Cuttack, under the Supervision of Dr. Manoranjan Mahapatra.

Jajpur, the place of the ancient Biraja Temple, Other names of the city in the ancient texts include Viranja, Varanja-nagara, Varaha-tirtha.

Jajpur was the capital of Keshari King Yayati Keshari in 473 CE.

From this Historic City of Jajpur in Odisha , the Couple travel to Cuttack for the Large Ovarian Tumor surgery at Mahapatra Hospita which is refred by there relatives and friends as One of the Best Hospitals for Laproscopy Surgery and Treatments.

Little Interesting Facts on Patients Native Place : the Biraja Temple

Jajpur Biraja Temple
The Biraja Temple, or Birija Kshetra (Odia:ଓଡ୍ଡ୍ୟାଣ ପୀଠ), (Odia:ବିରଜା ମନ୍ଦିର), is a historic Hindu temple located in Jajpur (about 125 kilometres (78 mi) north of Bhubaneswar), Odisha, India. The present temple was built during the 13th century. The principal idol is Devi Durga, who is worshiped as Viraja (Girija), and the temple gave Jajpur the nicknames "Viraja Kshetra" and "Biraja Peetha". The Durga idol has two hands (dwibhuja), spearing the chest of Mahishasura with one hand and pulling his tail with the other. One of her feet is on a lion, and the other is on Mahishasura's chest. Mahishasura is depicted as a water buffalo. The idol's crown features Ganesha, a crescent moon and a lingam. The temple covers a large area, and has several shrines to Shiva and other deities. According to the Skanda Purana it cleanses pilgrims, and it is called the Viraja or the Biraja kshetra. Jajpur is believed to have about one crore of Shiva lingams.