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BHUBANESWAR, the temple city is famous for Lord Lingaraj Temple, Mukeswar Temple, Raja Rani Temple, and Parsurameswar Temple etc. Besides temples Dhauli- Shanti Stupa, Ashokan Rock Edict, Khadagiri & Udayagiri caves, Nandan Kannan Zoo are places worth visiting. If u love shopping you can go to near by market to buy beautiful Oddisi saris, Jewelry, wooden and stone carved handicrafts or in the evening you can enjoy Odissi  / folk dances at Rabindra Kala Mandap / Bhanja Kala Mandap. Over night stay at Hotel The Marrion (erstwhile PRACHI). 

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PURI, the land of Lord Jagannath also famous for Car festival. Every year Lord Jagannth with his brother Balahadra and sister Devi Subhdra moves on a wooden chariot pulled by thousands of pilgrims. Wood and stone architecture is also worth buying. Raghrajpur, 10 km away from Puri is famous for the art of Pata Chitra. Golden beach adds something extra to your visit.  Swimming, surfing or taking ayurvedic message will be quite relaxing. Overnight stay at Hotel Hans Coco Palms.

KONARK, the abode of sun God is also known as “ Arka Kshetra”. The temple is one of the wonders of the world. The temple is constructed in such a way that when the Sun rises in the east, the rays first fall on the main citadel of the temple. Konark with its fantastic quietness on the wind swept sand dunes of the blue bay and amidst the palm and casuarinas plantation is a breath-taking monument. It is the symbol of live, love, worship and creation. Temple is built in the shape of a chariot drawn by seven splendidly carved horses, standing aloft on 24 wheels, which represent 24 hours of a day and 7 days of a week respectively. Orissa Tours India

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BHITARKANIKA, the second largest mangrove forest after Sunder ban of West Bengal. Bhitarkanika is famous for its estuarine crocodiles and Olive Ridley Sea Turtles found at Gahiramatha. To visit Bhitarkanika you have to take two hours ferry ride on the river Baitarani from Chandbali, which is around 200 kms away from Bhubaneswar. On way you will be watching a numbers of crocodile in action on the riverside. Dangamala and Gupti are two places where you can put up for one night in a forest lodge without much civic amenities.

the largest natural lake of Asia, spread over an area of 1100 sq. km is famous for the habitant of hundreds of migratory birds. Every winter a numbers of migratory birds travel as far as Siberia to make their winter sojourn. Chilika offers visitors a spectacular display of it colorful avian charms in thousands of different hues. Dotted with number of island, Nalabana and Kalijai worth visiting. A boat drives from Satapada to Barkul or vice versa is a bird lovers delight. Satapada is also famous for Dolphins.

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