Pushpagiri was an Indian monastery located in the Jajapur district of the state of Odisha in India. It emerged between the 3rd to the 11th century, it was considered an important Buddhist site of ancient India and a major center of learning. The sculptures made by cutting the remains of stupas are also seen here. Pushpagiri was mentioned by the Chinese traveler Xuanzang (602 – 604).
From 1996-to 2006 a site was discovered by archaeological excavations in Langudi Hills and the excavated monastery was described as Pushpa. The Orissa Government has made it for tourism by increasing the roads and other facilities here since 2005.