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    These are the twin hills 7 Kms from Bhubaneshwar. The 135 ft high Udaygiri and 118 ft high Khandagiri hills have ancient caves. Khandagiri means "Brok...
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    It houses a rich collection of sculptures, coins, copper plates, stone inscriptions, lithic and bronze age tools, rare manuscripts written on palm lea...
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    Located in Bhubaneswar, the capital of the state Odisha, Rajarani Temple is a hindu temple. The structure was built in 11th-century. It is popular amo...
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    Nandankanan literally means the 'Garden of Pleasure' or 'Garden of Gods'. It is in Chandaka forest, 25 Kms from Bhubaneswar and is famed for its whit...
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    This temple is often referred to as the "gem of Orissan Architecture" and has been built on the lines of the Kalinga School of temple archit...
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    It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the Lingam here is unique which is a hari hara lingam - half Shiva and half Vishnu. The temple is about a thousand y...
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    Situated to the north of the Lingaraja temple is a lake called the Bindusagar Lake adding grace to Bhubaneshwar and attracting many tourists. Once a y...
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    Chandaka Elephant Reserve is situated in the state of Orissa and is only one of its type in India. Chandaka Forest other than being only one of its ty...
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    Location: Bhubaneswar Best Time to Visit: October to March Main Attraction: White tiger A Glance at the Sanctuary Nandankanan National Park is...
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    Simlipal National Park, 320 km from Bhubaneshwar (Orissa), is a 2,750 sq km sanctuary and a Project Tiger Reserve. Situated in the Mayurbhanj district...
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    Located at a distance of 20 kms from Bhubaneshwar, Nandankanan justifies its literal meaning i.e.
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    The Chilka Lake Bird Sanctuary is located in the state of Orissa and is very near to Bhubneshwar city. It is known to be the largest inland salt-water...
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    The study of Buddhist statue and art from the relics and monuments in Orissa points to the gradual transformation of the Mahayana form of Buddhism int...
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    There are two other temples at Bhubaneswar, which may be regarded as close contemporaries of the Mukteshwar temple. One of them is the Sureswar, a ver...
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    The eastern edge of the terrace in front of the 'Muktesvara' temple is lined by six small shrines, of which the one on the extreme north is a specimen...
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    Svarnajaleswar Temple is situated a small south of Parsurameswar Temple and has beautiful depictions from the epic Ramayan. It stands on the road ...
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    Location : Bhubaneswar, Orissa Built In : 1278 A.D. Presiding Deity : Vishnu Significance : The only Vaishnava Temple present at Bhubaneswar ...
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    Like the 'Brahmesvara' temple, the Chitrakarini temple, with four subsidiary shrines at the corners, is of the 'Panchayatana' (five-shrined) type, the...
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    A Magnificent Example Of Temple Architecture Of Orissa It is one of the finest Shiva peetha in India and is named after the 'Ling' or the 'Phallic s...
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    There are many other temples that are worth visiting during your temple tours to Orissa in India. These are the Nilamadhava temple, Padmeswara temple,...
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    The Earlier Group The small temple of Parashurameshvara, also at Bhubaneswar, is believed to be a good specimen of early Orissan architecture of the p...
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    Yogini Temple is situated about 15 km from Bhubaneswar at Hirapur. One of the four Yogini Temples in India, it has beautiful Yoginis carved from black...
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    Dhauli hill is on the bank of the river Daya, about 8 kms south of Bhubaneshwar. In the year 272 B.C., the Kalinga-Nippon-Buddha Sangha established a ...
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    Of the many secondary sanctuaries in the courtyard, the temple of Parvati is a fine architectural piece, remarkable for the exuberance of its carvings...
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    In the same compound, immediately to the north of the 'Vaital Deul' and contemporaneous with it, is the Sisiresvara temple, now deprived of its crowni...
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    This interesting 8th century temple is dedicated to Chamunda (Kali). She wears a necklace of skulls and is shown as the eight-armed slayer of the buff...
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    Art and Crafts of Orissa constitute an integral part of Orissa. Some of these products are deeply ingrained in the very culture and traditions of Oris...
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    Orissa State Museum, Bhubaneshwar : The Orissa State Museum began as a subsidiary of Ravenshaw College's Department of Histoiy. However, over the year...
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