Throughout our country India thousands of places are present those are associated with spirituality and Gods, Saptasagya is one of the glorious one among them, its name itself describes about this heavenly place. These are seven hills are present in this village those make this geo point an awesome place to explore natures core beauty and the peaceful environment brings visitors attention. From mythological point of view this place have very much importance for Hindu peoples, many folklore are present about this place. Some says that “Saptarishi” had their Ashramas in this place popularly known as ‘Seven Beds or Seven Homes’. Another mythological story is Rama during his exile or vanvasa had spent seven days in this beautiful place. Also some people say Pandavas chosen these mountains for shelter for one year during Agyata Vasa.
People those want to relax and move away from their busy stressful life they love this tourist destination as here they get an opportunity to enjoy their life. Serenity and natural beauty of Saptasagya along with many old Hindu temples of Rama, Shiva, Ganesha, Mahavir, Annapurna, Surya Narayan, Kali and the Navagraha and forest boasts of rich flora and fauna in Saptasajya, exotic wildlife wild goats, buffaloes, cows, leopard and a variety of birds in Saptasajya Wildlife Sanctuary etc. engaging tourist and gives them a wonderful tour experience. So every year thousands of tourists from different states of India and from foreign countries also come to visit this heavenly place.
By Air: Nearest airport is Biju Patnaik Airport at Bhubaneswar. You can take a bus or cab or train to reach Saptasagya from this airport.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is at Dhenkanal and Cuttack.
By Road: By road Cuttack, Angul and Bhubaneswar districts are well connected by road.
From the month August to March is the most preferable time period to visit this tourist destination.