Top tourist places to visit in Odisha

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Places to Visit in Odisha

1. Puri

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One of the four must-visit pilgrimage sites for Hindus (Char-Dham), Puri is a beach city with its most famous attraction as the Jagannath temple and other attractions such as Chilka Lake, Konark sun temple etc.

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2. Bhubaneswar

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Bhubaneswar, the temple city of India, once known for its architecture and grand temples, is presently a thriving centre for commerce and business.

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3. Konark

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Host to the famous Konark dance festival and the Sun temple, Konark is a beach town with considerable cultural importance.

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4. Cuttack

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Referred to as the cultural capital of Orissa, Cuttack is a commercial city with plenty of impressive tourist attractions.

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5. Baripada

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At a distance of 248km from Kolkata and 256km from Bhubaneshwar, Baripada is a city known for it's Rath Yatra, considered to be the biggest and oldest after Puri and thus Baripada is also known as Dwitiya Srikhetra (Second Puri).

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6. Gopalpur

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In the southern coastline of Odisha just 15 km from the city of Behrampur is located a quaint, tiny town of Gopalpur, often said to be one of the best beaches in the eastern coastline of the country.

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7. Chandipur

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Chandipur is a secluded seaside village of Baleshwar district stored safely on the coastline of Orissa. Chandipur is also locally known as Chandipur-on-sea.

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8. Sambalpur

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Sambalpur also pronounced as ""Samalpur"" got its name from Devi Samaleswari, who is the main goddess of the region. The area is known for the world famous Hirakud Dam which is the main attraction for the tourists here.

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9. Talasari Beach

Talasari Beach

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Located in Baleswar district of Odisha and at a distance of 10 Km from Digha, the Talasari beach is pristine, serene and has been bestowed with spectacular panorama.

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10. Rourkela

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The largest steel city of Odisha, Rourkela is a commercial town with steel industry, however its natural positioning makes it an offbeat tourist location for people of nearby areas.

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11. Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary

Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary

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While you are at Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary, you get a chance to caress the untainted form of nature, the luxuriant greenery leaves you soul enchanted and the existence of the wild animals around leaves your soul enthralled.

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12. Berhampur

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Berhampur, also known as Brahmapur is known as the home of Lord Brahma and is usually known as the silk city- the city which is famous for the lustrous silk sarees in different colors and patterns.

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13. Jeypore

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Jeypore is a large city in the state of Odisha and is famous for its fresh water lakes, waterfalls and valleys.

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14. Dhauli

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Dhauli is a small town 8 Km away south of Bhubaneswar, located on the bank of river Daya and holds great significance for the followers of lord Buddha.

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15. Simlipal National Park

Simlipal National Park

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Reflecting the natural beauty of an era gone by, Simlipal National Park is in a beautiful and scenic town in Odisha. Situated in Mayurbhanj, it once used to be a hunting ground for the rulers of the province. Simlipal is the largest wildlife sanctuary in India and is also considered as one of the pr...

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16. Daringbadi

Daringbadi

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You are in for a surprise if you thought that the state of Odisha was only famous for its beaches and temples. A hill station replete with pine trees, coffee gardens and splendid valleys lies peacefully at an elevation of 3000 feet waiting to be explored. Daringbadi often referred to as the “Kashmir...

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17. Hirakud Dam

Hirakud Dam

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Constructed across the Mahanadi River in Sambalpur, Odisha the Hirakud Dam is hailed as the longest human-made dams in India. Astonishingly, it is over 56km long and is the top pick among the locals as well as tourists to enjoy a refreshing day out. This marvellous piece of architecture construction...

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18. Khandagiri Caves

Khandagiri Caves

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Also known as Cuttack caves, Khandagiri Caves are artificial caves located in the state of Orissa which date back to 2nd century. This place is quite a sight to see with all the beautifully carved inscriptions and figures. This place holds a great historical significance. A large number of ancient t...

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19. Chilika Lake

Chilika Lake

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Chilika Lake is the largest internal salt water lake in Asia, it is a paradise on earth for bird watchers and nature lovers. The pear-shaped lake is dotted with a few small islands and has fisheries and salt pans around its shore. The Chilika Lake also houses the most accommodating ecosystems in the...

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20. Nuakhai

Nuakhai

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Nuakhai is an annual harvest festival in Odisha, celebrated to welcome the season's new rice. Celebrated a day after Ganesh Chaturthi, Nuakhai is the most auspicious and important social festival in Western Odisha and the neighbouring areas of Simdega in Jharkhand. It is celebrated throughout Odisha...

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