Bhubabeswar also known in the medieval times as Toshali, Kalinga Nagari, Nagar Kalinga is the capital of Orrisa and has the economic and religious importance. Designed by the German architect Otto. H. Koeingsberges in the year 1948 the modern city of Bhubaneswar is the second cleanest and planned city after the city beautiful Chandigarh.
Being proud owner of over 600 Hindu Temples it gets its name "Temple city of India" and are a sight to visit and among them are Ananta Vasudeva, Bharateswar Temple, Bharatimath, Bhaskareswar Temple, Brahma Temple, Brahmeswar Temple, Chandana Temple, Chitrakarini, Daiteswar Temple, Dwarabasini Temple, Kedareswar Temple, Laxmaneswar Temple, Lingaraj Temple, Mukteswar , Parsurameswar Temple , Rajarani Temple, Satrughaneswar Temple, Swarnajaleswar Temples, Vaital Temple , Vishnu Temple and some of these temples range from 01 AD.
The twin hills Khandagiri and Udaygiri contains various Rock cut caves made for the Jain Monks during 01-02 BC are a must see sight with the Hatigumpha (elephant cave). The State museum also engulfs in itself the varied archeological artefacts, weapons and local crafts of the modern as well as the medevial Bhubaneswar.
The Cactus garden with different varietes of the cactti are a sight not to be missed. The Biju Patanaik Park, Buddha Jayanti Park, Forest Park, Gandhi Park, I.G. Park, Kharavela Park, Subas Bose Park are a beautiful sight. With other varied places DA Nicco Park,Fortune Tower, Info City, Kalinga Stadium, Pathani Samanta Planetarium and Science Park are the place of visit Various festivals that mark the culture and deep roots to the medieval.
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