What is the State Tree, Flower, Animal, or Bird of Odisha?

By Mandeep Kumar|Updated : August 29th, 2022

The State Tree, Flower, Animal, and Bird of Odisha are Sacred Fig, Ashoka, Sambar Deer, and Indian Roller respectively. Odisha is located in eastern India and is the 8th largest state by area and the 11th largest by population. It shares its border with West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, and Andhra Pradesh.

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Ashoka, the state flower of Odisha is also known as Saraca asoca. It belongs to the Detarioideae subfamily. The state animal of Odisha is Sambar Deer whose scientific name s Cervus.

Indian Roller is the state bird of Odisha that feed on beetles, crickets, grasshoppers, ground insects, etc. The state tree of Odisha is the Sacred fig or Peepal which is also the state tree of Haryana. It has religious significance in three major religions i.e. Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism.

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  • Sacred Fig, Ashoka, Sambar Deer, and Indian Roller are the state tree, flower, animal, and bird of Odisha respectively. Apart from that the state song of Odisha is Bande Utkala Janan, the state dance is Odissi, the state mammal is Sambar, etc.

  • The capital of Odisha is Bhubneshwar. It is also the largest city in Odisha. Odisha is the eighth largest state by area and the eleventh largest by population.

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