The temple is reachable by road from Jagatsinghpur, Cuttack and Paradeep. Bhubaneshwar is approximately 80 km from Jagatshingpur, and it is well connected by road. The nearest railway station is Cuttack; though, there is a small Passenger Halt at Sarala Road, which is near Tentulipada. Maa Saarala is a Hindu goddess.
As per historical clue, it is believed that this famous temple of Sarala Chandi was built in Sarola Grama in 8th Century. The Goddess “Maa Sarala” was being worshiped in this temple till the end of Hindu rule in 1568 A.D. History and literature remained as the witness to the existence of Sarola Chandi in the Sarola grama (village). In this situation one among the great verses of Oriya Mahabharat may be quoted here.
How to Reach
The temple is very well connected with roads network, which is accessible by road from Jagatsinghpur, Cuttack and Paradeep. At least everyday three buses are plying from Cuttack (Badambadi bus stand) to Sarala peetha.
The nearest railway station is Cuttack, however there is a small Pessenger Halt at Sarala Road, near Tentulipada. Two trains are plying daily between Cuttack and Paradeep and one can avail this facility to visit Sarala Temple.
The nearest airport is Bhubaneshwar, which is approximately 80 km, it is well connected by road.