Thursday, 28 March 2013

Odisha Tourism

The brilliance of the architectural heritage of Odisha is incomparable. The lavishly garlanded walls, the intricately engraved figures, the creativity and the accuracy join in concert to unfold the master piece which leaves every witness mesmerized. Adorned with splendid natural magnificence in the form of exotic beaches, scenic landscape, verdant valleys, cascading water falls, amazing flora & fauna, rich architectural heritage, colorful tribes, extraordinary culture, religious temples and Godly people put together  Odisha as a the destinations hub of tourism across the globe.                                        

Odisha, formerly known as Orissa, is an Indian state on the subcontinent's south-east coast, by the Bay of Bengal. It is the contemporary name of the ancient kingdom of Kalinga, which was invaded by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka in 261 BC. It is also named as Utkal which is mentioned in the national anthem of India.
Bhubaneswar is the capital of Odisha, and home to nearly a thousand temples. Cuttack, the former capital of Odisha, is 22 km from Bhubaneswar. With the rapid expansion of two cities and better road connectivity, the two cities are now almost conjoined and considered as twin cities. The city of Puri is about 60 kilometers from Bhubaneswar and lies on the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Puri is considered a holy city and the abode of the deity Lord Jagannath. It is one of the Char Dham (Four holy places) of Hinduism. The world-famous "Car Festival" (Rath Yatra) is celebrated every year in the Hindu month of Ashadha (Mid June to Mid July) in Puri.
So many heroic and legendary events and make it proud and distinguished. Odisha the delta of Art, Culture and Heritage put together the soul’s destiny to its destination.

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Thursday, 21 March 2013

Festivals of Odisha - Kalinga Mahotsava

Dhauli Kalinga Mahotsav or the National Festival of Martial Dance is celebrated in the month of January to mark the victory of peace over war. The Kalinga Mahotsav enlightens the Buddhist philosophy Dharma & Ahimsha. Live performances of the various martial dance forms that are a part of India's diverse folk culture at Dhauli hill. Some of the remarkable martial dance performances like Chhau and Paika dance can be seen in Kalinga Mahotsav.
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Monday, 18 March 2013

Odisha – Pride of Indian Tourism

Odisha an eastern Indian state, a special destination for tourists from across the globe, Odisha is a place where one finds a insightful amalgamation of mysticism, religion, culture, art and nature. Tourists collecting Odisha get really enthralled having visited Konark a stunning success of ancient and medieval architecture, Puri is a land of pristine sea beaches and nature at her beautiful best. Traveling through out Odisha is bright and full of surprises. The destinations are easily reachable and well connected. The road network, though patchy in the deep remote stretches is generally good with sound amenities. Bhubaneswar is the ideal entrance with air, rail and road links connecting it to major parts of India and also the central place of the State.

Rest, Relax and Recall place absolutely redefined on the seat of Lord Sri Sri Jagannath of Puri. Konark is one of the most famous tourist destinations in India from the dutiful standpoint and boasts of one of the best known architectural specimen. Konark is the cultural hub where the culture lovers around world explore their culture in Art & Dance. The Sea-shore of Chandrabhaga which is also known as the Virgin Beach is the most beautiful and peaceful place on the way to Konark.  Around 30 kms from the capital city of Odisha. Cuttack ‘The Silver City’ is best known for its internationally commended art, the silver filigree work. The southern border of the city have remnants of some of the striking temples, like the Lingaraja Temple, the Muktesvara Temple, etc., together with the famous archeological and historical and Buddhists sites of  Dhauli, Khandagairi and Udayagiri.

Friday, 15 March 2013

Pradhanpat Water Fall

The Pradhanpat Water Fall is belonged from Pradhanpat Hill is a picturesque waterfall which is surrounded by some of the rarest scenic sights of nature which makes it one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Orissa.

With rolling hill and green woods creating the backdrop, the Pradhanpat Water Fall cascades down like a stream of colors. A treat for the eyes, the Pradhanpat Water Fall is one of the greatest treasures of nature. There are two guest houses near the Pradhanpat Water Fall, the Basanta Nivas and Lalita Basanta and they are the perfect places from where the beauty and charm of the Pradhanpat Falls can be enjoyed most intimately.

Winter is the best time to visit this spot. Many people choose this spot for picnic. Pradhanpat waterfall is well blessed by nature.

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Thursday, 14 March 2013

Daringibadi - The Kashmir of Odisha

Daringi Badi is a hill station in the State of Odisha. Nature has created this place so beautifully that everybody wants to have its hill side view explore the wild life sanctuary. It is situated in the district of Kandhamal in the state of Odisha.The place is gifted with natural beauties such as pine jungles, coffee, black pepper, turmeric gardens, beautiful valleys and plateaus.

It is the only place in Odisha where we can see the snow fall in the winter. A wooden bungalow at Belghar attracts many nature loving visitors.
You also know about the tribal people who are hard very hardworking in the field of agriculture.There are two Coffee & black pepper plantations maintained by siol conservation/forest department Daringibadi area which are an ideal place to explore and picnic.

Best Time to Visit: Around the year

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Friday, 8 March 2013

Similipal - Heaven of Odisha Tourism

Simlipal Tiger Reserve

The Green dense forest with lots of sky kissing peaks with dazzling fountains, threading rivers, roaring tigers, dancing peacock, grazing deer, bawling elephants make the Similipal the dream land of nature.

Scenic Similipal, one of the important tiger reserve and National park in India which brings glory for the wild life of Odisha and Odisha Tourism. The park has extensive grassy fields comprising of thick and green forest.
The crocodile rearing center at Ramatirtha (According to Epic Ramayan the Lord Ramchandra has visited here with his brother and wife at the time of Banabas) near Jashipur is another attraction of the Park.
The best season is November to June.The best time to visit is April to May.
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