Bhubaneswar is known as City of Temples where can be explored more than 700 ancient Temples. The most important Temples of Bhubaneswar are Lingaraj Temple, Kedar Gouri Temple, Rajarani Temple, Mukteswar Temple .
Lingaraj Temple - The temple 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 built in 617-657 A.D., is the quintessence of Orissan architecture and dominates the skyline of Bhubaneswar city and exhibits the skill of the Odishan temple architects. Rajarani Temple- It got its name from a red- gold sand stone used, which is locally called Rajarani and the temple has no presiding deity. The 11th century Rajarani Temple in the backdrop just adds to the charm. A must visit place for all. Mukteswar Temple - The Mukteswar Temple is often described as one of the jewels of Odisha for its exquisite sculptures and elegant looks. The outer walls are full of carvings which feels the beauty of the best Arts n Culture. Nandankannan zoo-It means literally meaning The Garden of Heavens .The Nandankanan Zoo has the largest collection of white tigers in world in nature trial along with various species of wildlife. It also includes Kanjia lake where one can have glimpse of natural beauty along with boating in it. Khandagiri and Udayagiri- One of the earliest groups of Jain rock-cut shelters of -2nd Century BC. The caves are situated on two adjacent hills, Udayagiri and Khandagiri, mentioned as Kumari Parvat. These caves were carved out as residential blocks for jain monks during the reign of King Khareval. Dhauli-Dhauli hill is located on the banks of the river Daya, south of Bhubaneswar.it is presumed to be the area where the Kalinga War was fought with Ashoka. State Museum- Opening timing is 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM all days of the week except Monday.
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