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Significance of Puri, Konark, and Bhubaneswar

"The black skin is made of wood but shines like gold,

The broad eyes are like watching all around the universe,

The wheels of the chariot are ready to collide with the sins of people,

The supreme lord Jagannath is waiting to disperse his blessings."

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It is one among the seven “Moksha Dham” (A place where one can get salvation by entering into it) in India. The place where the lord of the universe, Jagannath, is ruling the entire universe with his divine blessings. The millions of devotees and their ocean of belief together call Jagannath their savior. The locals of Puri call Jagannath “BABA” (father) with pure love. One can explore the cuisine, handicrafts, localities, and pilgrimage shrines all around Puri.


The magnificent architecture even shines at night. The black pagoda stands in the town of Konark. The “Konark Sun temple” is very much known for its grandeur of architecture and erotic sculptures. This Sun temple has been a research center for ages for its astonishing sculptures and architecture. The wheels of the sun temple act like a sundial.

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The Sun Temple weaves interesting stories and facts. This is a must-visit UNESCO World Heritage Site and an eye feast for tourists and heritage explorers all around the world.


It is a magnificent monument dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was built by King Jajati Keshari in the 10th Century and completed by King Lalatendu Keshari in the 11th Century. The main spire is 54 meters high. Besides, there is a pillared hall, a dancing hall (NatyaMandap), and a hall for serving offerings (BhogaMandap).

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The walled campus has about 50 smaller shrines, including one dedicated to Goddess Parvati. It is the biggest temple in Bhubaneswar. This great temple represents the quintessence of the Kalinga type of architecture, the culminating result of the architectural activities at Bhubaneswar.


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