The ancient city Bhubaneswar, also the capital of the Indian state of Odisha (formerly known as Orissa), is one of the most beautiful cities in country known for its architectural wonders that are in the form of temples and shrines.
The Temple City Bhubaneswar together with Puri and Konark, forms the 'golden triangle', which is one of the most visited destinations in India as well as in Southern Asia, for its proud possession of magnificent sculptures, majestic architectural heritage, and historic and mythological importance. Today these temples are a gentle reminder of the gracious past and the rich heritage of India. Bhubaneswar, being the largest city of the state, is the educational, political, economic, and cultural hub of region luring a good number of tourists from across the country and worldwide. Surrounded by myriad of mountains and lakes, and located near the eastern sea coast of India, Bhubaneswar is definitely a travel destination.
Jagannath Temple, Puri
Konark Sun Temple
Puri sea beach
The Biju Patnaik Airport of Bhubaneswar is the domestic airport and is well linked by air to Bhubaneswar, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkota, Hyderabad , Bangalore. To get the information on flights to and from Bhubaneswar, please visit www.airindia.in for Air India, www.goindigo.in for IndiGo.
The Bhubaneswar City is well connected by Indian Railway to major cities of India. The East Coast (E Co) Railway of Indian Railway has provided the fast and superfast train links to New Delhi, Kolkota, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Thiruvannathapuram and other important cities of India as well as within the state. To get the list of trains and their schedules, please visit INDIAN RAIL. Domestic tourists can also book their tickets online at IRCTC
Bhubaneswar is well linked to the rest of India by the national highways. The Bus Stand (Baramunda Bust Stand) is located on NH5 and is about 12 kilometer from Railway Station and about 14 kilometer from Airport of Bhubaneswar. Bhubaneswar is on the golden quadrilateral on NH-5 between Kolkata and Chennai.