The soul of India’s sobriquet of Odisha is highly rich in culture and heritage. Odisha is seething with natural wealth and highly rich in tradition. Odisha shares its borders with West Bengal, Bihar, and Chhattisgarh and filled with calming lakes, unexplored beaches, dense forests, and stunning temples. Its rich beauty and diverse culture draw a large number of tourists to this place. So, pick up the bike and hit the road of Odisha.
Bhubaneswar: Bhubaneswar an ancient city of Odisha seething with a long and turbulent history. Odisha is well-known for Lingaraja temple that stands like a pillar of strength. The temples are built in the Kalinga style of architecture which is unique to Odisha.
Konark Sun Temple: Konark Temple one of the prime tourist attractions of Odisha and a UNESCO world heritage site. The appealing chariot design with massive wheels and horses carved out of stones what makes this place interesting to visit. The Konark temple tells you the fascinating story of Lord Krishna’s “Cursed Son”.
Jagannath Temple: One of the core pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees located in Puri, Odisha. The most fascinating fact about this temple is the idol of Jagannath is made up of wood and customarily changes by every exact of twelve or nineteen years. This temple is famous for its annual Rath Yatra or Rath Yatra and is sacred in all Hindus and especially Vaishnava traditions.
Talasari Beach: Talasaria Beach one of the serene and secret beaches of Odisha. Here, You can enjoy the high tides and boat riding nearby the beaches. Talasari also is a riverbank of the Subornorekha river which flows to merge into the Bay of Bengal. The beaches are besieged with varied Palm trees, coconut trees, cashew trees, and beautiful waves.