It is about six to seven km from the Konark temple. In the distance is Ramchandi’s pedestal on the beach. Just a short distance from the Ramchandi temple, the Kushvadra River joins the Bay of Bengal. It used to be a beautiful temple, which was built near the sea and was destroyed by the waves. Before constructing the Sun Temple, Naruda Singh of Languda first built Ramchandi on the fence of the temple and built another temple. Legend has it that when the Kalapahad demolished the temple, the goddess Ramchandi, dressed in a red patshadhi, grabbed a jug in her arms and left the Konark temple to fetch water to quench her thirst, and after a long time dreamed of the local service. As a result, a new temple has been set up at the mouth of the Kushvadra River and a new temple has been set up.
According to another source, after the abduction of Sita, the mournful Ramchandra reached Konark while walking on the beach and worshiped Ramchandi and was able to win Lanka. That goddess is called Ramchandi because she worshiped Ramchandra. The statue of the goddess is about two and a half feet high. Goddess Dashbhuja and the throne. He appears to have stabbed Mahisasur. A Shivling is also worshiped on the fence of this temple. Sixteen pujas are held here in the month of Ashwin. Brahmins recite chandi and home. Here on the day of Mahasthami, one sheep is sacrificed after the sacrifice. In addition, various traditional offerings are made during the sixteenth puja.