Udayagiri, one of the three important Buddhist attractions of the State, organized in the zone of Jajpur, has expected criticalness after late unearthings which revealed that the old name of the shelter as ‘Madhavapura Mahavihara’. The archeological remains at Udayagiri contain a square stupa, two piece religious networks (one uncovered and the other still unexcavated), an astounding wandered stone well with etchings on it, and shake cut models at the most astounding purpose of the slant behind. Successively, the Udayagiri Buddhist Complex is more energetic than Ratnagiri and Lalitgiri, and is acknowledged to have likely flourished between the seventh and the twelfth century A.D.