Remuna is a town and notified area committee in the Indian state of Odisha’s Baleswar district. It is well-known for its Khirachora Gopinatha Temple.


Remuna had a population of 28,958 people according to the 2001 India census. Males make up 52% of the population, while females make up 48%. Remuna has a literacy rate of 63 percent, which is higher than the national average of 59.5 percent, with male literacy at 69 percent and female literacy at 53 percent. 14 percent of Remuna’s population is under the age of six.

Tourist place:

  • Kshirachora Gopinatha Temple is the birthplace of Baladeva Vidyabhushana, an outstanding scholar who preached the Achintya Bhedabheda philosophy among Gaudiya Vaishnavas.
  • This is an old Gopinatha temple established by King Langula Narasinha Deba of Utkala in the 12th century. This temple, built in the Utkaliya style of temple building, is flanked by a few Mathas and temples, as well as the main deity Gopinatha.
    The temple’s prominent Bhogas include Kheera Bhoga and Abadha Prasada.
  • param vaisnavi matho, armala
  • Kanaka Durga Temple
  • Jagannath temple
  • Saptasara River
  • Madhabendra Goudia Math
  • Goudia Radhakrishna Temple
  • Gargeswara Mahadeba Temple

Crafts & Art, Education:

Remuna is known for its elaborate and well-crafted brass and bronze appliqué and cutlery. Local artists have been doing this for years, selling their creations in the local market and exporting them to other countries. In education, the place is so good. There are so many schools, collage are available.

NH-5 leads to the start of Remuna. From the Balasore bus stand, Remuna is connected to City Bus, Auto, Local Buses, and Trekkers. Remuna is 5 kilometers from the Balasore bus station. Remuna is 6 kilometers from Balasore Railway Station.

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