Tourism

Dhabaleswar

Dhabaleswar Temple is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva. It is situated at a distance of 27 km from the city of Cuttack, in the exotic island of Lord Dhabaleshwar. It is one of the famous weekend tours from Cuttack. The temple, located in an island on River Mahanadi, is embellished with stone carvings that date back to the early 10th and 11th century. The serene ambiance, in which the temple is situated, inspires spiritual feeling among one and all.

Barabati Fort

Barabati Fort is a 13th-century fort built by the Ganga dynasty near Cuttack, Odisha. The ruins of the fort remain with its moat, gate, and the earthen mound of the nine-storied palace, which evokes the memories of past days. Today it sits next to the modern Barabati Stadium, the venue of various sport events and cultural programs. There is also a temple dedicated to Katak Chandi, the presiding deity of the city, not far away from the fort.

Katak Chandi Temple

The Katak Chandi Temple (in Oriya କଟକ ଚଣ୍ଡୀ ମନ୍ଦିର ) is an ancient temple dedicated to the Goddess Chandi, the presiding deity of Cuttack, Orissa. The temple is located nearby the banks of the Mahanadi River. It is famous for the annual Durga Puja and Kali Puja festivals. The Durga Puja festivities are prominent in Maa Katak Chandi temple which takes place for 16 days starting from dark fortnight of Ashwina Krishna Ashtami till Ashwina shukla navami and Vijayadashami..

Qadam- I- Rasool

Qadam-e-Rasul (Arabic: قدم الرسول) (English: Footprint of the Messenger) is a type of veneration of Muhammad. It comes from the belief started early in Islam that when Muhammad stepped on a rock his footprint left an imprint. This belief was never accepted by orthodox brands of Islam[citation needed]; however, the idea was disseminated widely and led to the creation of many shrines around such imprints. Some examples are the Shrine of the Holy Footprint in Delhi and in Cuttack in India and the displays in the Topkapı Palace and the Eyüp Sultan Mosque at Istanbul..

Paramahasanath temple

People visit the Paramahansanath of Shiva on a holy day. The temple on the outskirts of the town and is famous for its water hole (Ananta garva),which floods the sanctum santorum on holy occasions.

Banki

Banki, is a town and a Subdivision, Legislative Council constituency no 88 and Notified Area Council in Cuttack district in the state of Odisha, India. Banki is famous for the Charchika Temple, dedicated to the deity of Chamunda, the eight armed goddess, an incarnation of Durga. The temple is located in the centre of the town, [Ansupa lake].

Mahavinayak

Mahavinayak Temple is a major pilgrimage center in Chandikhole in Jajpur district in the Indian state of Odisha. It is one of the oldest Ganesha temples in the state. Five gods - Shiva, Vishnu, Durga, Sun and Ganesha - are worshiped as one deity in a single Garbhagriha or sanctum sanctorum there.

Chhatia

Chhatia Bata or Chhatia Jagannath Temple is a temple in Chhatia, Jajpur district, India. It is devoted to Lord Jagannath and associated with Kalki, avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Lingaraj Temple

Lingaraja Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva and is one of the oldest temples in Bhubaneswar, the capital of the Indian state of Odisha. The temple is the most prominent landmark of Bhubaneswar city and one of the major tourist attractions of the state.

Niali-Madhab

Niali is a Tehsil headquarter in Cuttack district of Odisha.It is famous for the shrine of Sobhaneswar, a Shiva Temple. Niali is situated at a distance of 42 km from Cuttack, the district headquarters. About 8 km from Niali is Madhav village which is famous for Madhab Temple, a Vishnu temple. Sobhaneswar Mahadev temple is a 12th-century heritage site.The temple was built during the Ganga rule possibly during the last part of the reign of Anangbhima dev (1190–98).Details of this temple are chronicled in the archaeological section of Indira Gandhi centre for the Arts. There is an archaeological sculpture shed here by the state archaeological department.

Ansupa

The 141-hectare Ansupa Lake (Odia: ଅଂଶୁପା ହ୍ରଦ) is a horseshoe shaped fresh water lake on the left bank of the Mahanadi river, opposite Banki in Cuttack district, Odisha, India. Ansupa Lake in Banki is 40 km from the city of Cuttack, which also acts as a shelter for the migratory birds in the wintry weather season. It is a fresh water lake situated amidst the Saranda Hills and enclosed by bamboo tree greenery and mango trees. To visitor's delight, there is boating and fishing facilities in the Ansupa Lake.

Naraja

Naraj is a picturesque spot on the outskirts of the district headquarters town of Cuttack. Here, visitors can enjoy the scenic view of the river Mahanadi at the origin of its branch Kathajodi. The site, which gives a panoramic view of the vast expanse of the river Mahanadi, is also frequented by devotees for offering prayers at the temple of Lord Sidheswar that stands nearby. The small ornate temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is frequented by devotees during the annual Shivaratri festival.

Bhattarika

Bhattarika Temple is located on the Mahanadi River, in Sasanga village in the tehsil Baramba, (formerly Athgarh), Cuttack district, India. It is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Maa Bhattarika worshipped as a manifestation of Shakti. As per the Puranic tradition, Parashurama, facing certain defeat at the hands of Saharasjuna, prayed to Durga who appeared on this spot to impart her divine power to his aid. The festival Pana Sankranti is celebrated here in April, Akshaya Tritiya in May and Dussehra in October.

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