Jiranga is 55 kilometers from Berhumpure city, and 230 km from Bhubaneswar is better known as the home in buddist people, the Tibetan Buddhist religious head in Odisha. The Jiranga region, that became the home of the Tibetan government in exiles since 1990, has become a prolific Buddhist centre. Over the past four decades the Tibetan community in exile has established 2 monasteries and nunneries with enrollments of over 24 monks and nuns. While Indian Buddhism was on its decline in India, this region tried its best to survive and partly succeeded also. Today a home to several Buddhist temples and monasteries, Jiranga is also known as a place of peace and harmony while spreading the same throughout the Odisha.