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Mahatma Gandhi Park, Puri

Mahatma Gandhi Park is located behind the Golden Beach of the Puri seashore coastline. The park was established and is now maintained by NALCO. The park has walking tracks, seating arrangements and various exercise equipment for all age groups. There is a huge statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the centre of the park, and a huge brass bell hangs nearby, which is delightful to hear the sound of the bells in the sea breeze. There is a watch tower where one can enjoy the beautiful view of the sea beach.…

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Neeladri Sea Beach & Park, Puri

Neeladri Sea Beach is located adjacent to Blue Flag Golden Beach. It is only 1.5 km distance from Shree Jagannatha Temple. Many Beaches can be found near the Puri temple, but the Puri district administration has developed a part of the beach named 'Niladri Beach' to attract tourists. For the comfort of tourists, Niladri Beach has various recreational facilities including a beautiful garden, beach huts, lounge chairs and sports equipment for children to play. Tourists can find cheap small and big hotels near Niladri Beach for night stays and rest.…

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Shree Shree Omkareshwar Temple, Puri

Shree Shree Omkareshwar Temple is located on the banks of the Dhaudia River in Puri District, just 5 km from Jagannath Temple. Lord Shiva is worshipped in this temple in the avatar from Omkareswar. At the entrance of this temple, is a huge Nandi statue facing Lord Shiva. One of the attractions of this place is the 108 Jyotirlinga in a hall inside the temple where devotees find peace to worship. On the temple premises, there are Lord Vishnu, Maha Lakshmi, Narasimha idols, Panchamukhi Hanuman, huge chariot wheels and Radha…

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Bedi Hanuman Temple, Puri

Bedi Hanuman Temple is located on Chakra Tirtha Road near Puri Sea Beach and just 3.5 km distance from Puri Shree Jagannath Temple. The word Bedi Hanuman means 'Chained Hanuman', and as the temple is near the sea, it is also known as the Daria Mahavir Temple, an ancient belief that the temple was built to protect Puri from the sea's wrath. This Hanuman temple is facing east with a simple architecture. Lord Hanuman holds a mace in his right hand and a laddu in his left hand. Apart from…

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