Cuttack - Odisha Eco Tourism

Amongst the oldest city in Odisha, renowned for the silver filigree work. The exquisite jewellery, decorative items, utensils are beautifully designed with silver wires attract everyone and is among the most purchased items. Qadam-i-Rasool the shrine worshiped by both Hindu and Muslims is exemplifies inter-religion brotherhood, you will also find the foot prints of Prophet Mohammed imprinted in central dome structure. The place is a paradise for shoppers as it offers beautiful cotton and silk textiles.

The pilgrim’s site in the place includes Cuttack Chandi temple, Dhabaleshwar temple, Paramhansa Nath temple, Baba Ramdev temple, Qadam e Rasool, Jama Masjid, Madrasa and Odisha Urdu library, Gurudwara Guru Nanak Daatan Sahib, Bukhari Baba Dargah, Digambar Jain Mandir and the church of Epiphany. Historical place of interest in the city are Barabati fort and cantonment, Chudangagarh fort, Netaji birthplace museum, Madhusudan Sangrahalaya, Anand Bhavan museum and learning centre, swaraj ashram, Lal bagh palace. Those seeking for recreation there is ocean world water park, Nandankanan zoological park, Chandaka Elephant Sanctuary.

How to Reach Cuttack: Being an important travel destination, Cuttack is easily approachable to the tourists due to its smooth connectivity with all parts of the country via all the major modes of transport. The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik Airport at Bhubaneshwar 20kms from Cuttack. The airport offers regular flights to major metro cities of India like Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam. The railway station at Cuttack provides regular trains from other major cities of the country to Cuttack. The bus service of Cuttack is located at Badambadi, which provides regular private and government buses to hundreds of destinations every day.

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