Puri is one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites for Hindus. The Temple of Lord Sri Jagannath is the most electrifying tourist attractions in Puri where people across the world falls in throughout the year. A total of 24 festivals held every year in the temple. The annual Ratha Yatra and its related festivals are the most important and historic festival of Puri which are attended by millions of people across the world.
The splendid destination is situated on the Bay of Bengal and is 60 km south of the state’s capital city of Bhubaneswar. Besides, the temple and the long beach for the tourists, the God’s own Home also houses Gundicha Temple, Ramachandi Temple, Vimala Temple, Sudarsham Crafts Museum, Bedi Hanuman Temple and a Buddhist Temple among others.
JAGANNATH TEMPLE Situated at around 60 km from Bhubaneswar, Puri’s Jagannath temple is one of the most electrifying religious sites across the world. Lakhs of tourists, devotees throng the ancient shrine famously known as Srimandir in local parlance on a daily basis. Home to Lord Jagannath, a form of lord Vishnu the shrine is one of the four great 'Char Dham' pilgrimage sites, found at India's four cardinal points. People from all across the world visit the pilgrim city to witness the majesty of the beauty, culture, tradition of the people here and the Lord Jagannath revered as the presiding deity of Odisha. Some of the biggest occasions which attract even huge more huge numbers of tourists are the famous annual Ratha Jatra, or chariot festival, Chandan Yatra, Snana Yatra and Nabakalebara. Some of the most interesting phenomenon which happen here are yet to be scientifically explained which is why people oftentimes are more attracted to the shrine. Comprising of a humongous temple complex, the shrine encompassed numerous other temples. It has a kitchen which has been touted as the largest kitchen in the world and open food market where thousands of devotees have food at a single time.
MAHODADHI: Located on the exotic coastline of Odisha, Puri Beach is one of the wonderful destinations for holidaying where sun kissed beaches wet your feet and gentle wind simply elevates you from the earthy odor to the clouds. Known for its sacred identity due to presence of Lord Jagannath temple, beach in Puri enamors a bewitching opportunity to undergo its wild sea waves and enjoy water sports activities far more than that. With romantic sunrises and sunsets, white sands and the thunder of the breakers appearing from the Bay of Bengal have mesmerized tourists throughout the years. It hosts a number of events on a daily basis including sand art displays, beach festivals. What is more interesting is that you can enjoy the luxury of holidaying in a pilgrim city like Puri while you can still get pumped with full enjoyment thanks to this beach. Situated just few minutes of drive from the Puri Srimandir, it is just two km away from Puri railway station. This beach amazes its visitors by its colors of festivity with excellent arts & crafts and the cultural dance programs. Right from honeymooners to backpackers, accommodation in the hotels and resorts of Puri.
BHUBANESWAR - PURI - SIGHTSEEING
2 Nights & 3 Days
Day 1:- Arrival at Bhubaneswar; Drive to Puri
Pick up from Bhubaneswar Airport & proceed to Puri covering Dhauli Buddhist heritage, Pipli appliqué market, Konark Sun temple and Chandrabhaga & Ramchandi Sea beach. Hotel Check in & evening visit Lord Jagannath Temple followed by overnight stay at Puri.
Day 2:- Puri Local Sightseeing
See sunrise at Puri beach & enjoy at beach at early morning. Then visit other temples like Loknath temple, Gundicha temple; then excursion to day sightseeing Chilika Lake on Satpara -the largest Ramsar site of Asia. Cruise to sea-mouth viewing rare Irawaddy Dolphins and Rajhans island. Return to Puri and visit beach market. Overnight stay at Puri.
Day 3:- Puri to Bhubaneswar; End of Tour
Check Out from Hotel, proceed to Bhubaneswar covering Pipli appliqué village & Dhauli Buddhist heritage then sightseeing temples like Lingaraj, Rajarani, Mukteswar. Visit Nandankanan Zoological Park and Khandagiri & Udaygiri jain caves then drop at Bhubaneswar Airport for your onward journey.
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