Debakunda or Devkund is a natural pond which is located in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha in India and is a part of Simlipal National Park. The water flowing from the adjoining stream has created this pond. There is a temple called “Ambika Mandir” which was discovered during the British Raj by a researcher and king Rajkumar Prafulla Chandra Bhanja Dev, who stayed in Devkund and researched about this place. Debakunda is the habitat of the lichen species such as Parmeliaceae. Debaikund is a combination of two words. One is “Deba” (deity) and another one is “Kunda” (a small tub or pond). This is a very beautiful religious and tourist spot and natural beauty of Odisha.
Debakund place is situated in Udala block which is situated 85 km from Balasore district and 60 km from Baripada main town.