Entrance to one of the monasteries.
Lalitgiri (Oriya: ଲଳିତଗିରି)(also known as Naltigiri) is a Buddhist complex in Odisha comprising major stupas and monasteries (viharas), similar to Ratnagiri and, together with Ratnagiri and Udayagiri, part of Puspagiri University.
A museum is to be built to display relic caskets thought to contain bones of Gautama Buddha, and other archaeological finds for public display. The site was extensively excavated by the A.S.I. from 1985-92. The remains of a huge stupa, and relic caskets consisting four containers made of khondalite, steatite, silver and gold were discovered along with other important structure and archaeological remains.
- For a list of excavation campaigns, see the details on the Archaeological Survey of India website at 
- "Buddhist relics to be housed in Orissa museum", News One : Mobile News for iPhone, Android and smartphones
See the following volumes of "Indian Archaeology - A Review" (IAR)  for details about the excavations there:
- IAR 1985-86, pp. 62–63
- IAR 1986-87, pp. 64–67
- IAR 1987-88, pp. 88–90
- IAR 1988-89, pp. 65–66
Latitude 20.589458 N | Longitude 86.25069 E
Google Maps calculates the coordinates of the Main Stupa of Lalitgiri at (20.589458,86.25069).
|The Four Main Sites|
|Four Additional Sites|