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Pandava Bakhara Caves & Hill, Cuttack

Pandava Bakhara is an old cave that is associated with mythological stories. It is located in the Chandaka forest, 31 km distance from Cuttack City and 38 km from Bhubaneswar. According to local people, the Pandavas spent a few days here during their exile in this rock shelter hence the name Pandava Bakhara. The distance from the ground level to the rock shelter is about 1 km, and the road to reach the top is a bit difficult. A few years ago, a research team found traces of human habitation…

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Theseri Waterfall, Badamba, Cuttack

Theseri Waterfall is located in the Hindol Badamba Forest Range near Chhanchunia. It is 17 km distance from Badamba and 90 km from Cuttack City. This waterfall flows in a dense forest. The waterfall is visible after about 5 km of trekking. Elephants, bears and wild animals can see on the way to this waterfall. Water flows from Bada Theseri Waterfall and Dalaka Waterfall and falls in Theseri Waterfall. This waterfall is bigger than the Dabarakhol waterfall in Cuttack district. As Bada Theseri Waterfall is near Cuttack and Bhubaneswar, many…

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Silver City Boat Club, Cuttack

Cuttack is popularly known as the Silver City of India. To preserve the name Cuttack, the Silver City Boat Club is located near the Bali Jatra grounds on the banks of the river Mahanadi with the help of Odisha Tourism and OTDC. Its purpose is that city dwellers can spend some quality time here with their families and children. The main objective of the project is to keep multiple water sports operators and promote water-based tourism in Cuttack and nearby districts. Multipurpose room, watersports, food court, cafeteria, toilet complex, restaurant,…

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Madhava Temple,  Madhab, Niali, Cuttack

Madhava Temple is located in Madhab village of Niali block in Cuttack district. It is about 50 km distance from Cuttack and 45 km from Bhubaneswar. Lord Vishnu is worshipped as the main deity in this temple. The temple consists of three buildings in Pancharatha style Vimana, Jagamohana and Natamandapa. This Madhabananda temple was built by the Eastern Ganga dynasty in the 13th century. The architecture of this temple is very similar to that of the Sakshigopal Temple and the Ananta Vasudev Temple of Bhubaneswar. The idol of Dasa-Avatar of…

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