Odisha as an Enthralling and Vibrant Tourist Destination - 4K video
About Overwhelming Odisha!
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Odisha, the land of stately embodiments and architectural grandeur caressed by the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, beckons you. Visit, discover, and experience the utmost compelling and irresistible offerings in store to enliven the passion.
Odisha is among the most colorful and culturally rich states of India. It is widely known for its fascinating cultural heritage, amazing temples and monuments, and spectacular architecture. Odisha tourism rides the wave of tourism progression in India with enthralling natural resources and cultural embodiments. Tourism in Odisha has many hues and flavors. Bhubaneswar the capital city is known for the elegant temples that dazzles its landscape. The classical dance form Odissi – one of the oldest in the country- is a dilettante’s delight and has connoisseurs across the globe. Contemporary Odisha has a rich and enchanting cultural heritage as a result of the assimilation of three great religious traditions – Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The indigenous culture of the Adivasis (tribes) is an integral part of the modern cultural expressions of Odisha.
Odisha Tourism Department devised a soulful campaign to entice tourists to the exquisite destinations in the state. The campaign that worked magic pan India and abroad under the banner Scenic Serene Sublime is instrumental in carving a niche image for the state. The avenues pepped up for tourists’ enjoyment in the heritage sites are aplenty. There are invigorating ethnic shows, cultural evenings, sound and light shows, craft melas, and food plazas that amuse the visitors.
Odisha’s landscape is quite hypnotic for visitors who love nature, sprawling grasslands, dense forests, and rousing wildlife, where a few days of tranquility and serenity is what Odisha offers in its National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries. The nature trails are a visual treat. Ecotourism is gaining traction in the nature-based tourist spots, National Parks, and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Chilika Lake, the largest brackish water lake in Asia lies Southeast of Puri, encircled by majestic hills. It spreads over a vast 1100 square kilometers and a narrow inlet connects it to the Bay of Bengal. It is a sanctuary for resident and migratory avian species of a wide variety. Water transport by boats has been arranged to take tourists crossing to Satapada Island where dolphins can be spotted sizzling around at the entrance to the sea. Bhitarkanika National Park has large mangrove forests and supports a large variety of birdlife including storks, egrets, six species of kingfishers, white ibis, and migratory ducks from Siberia. The neighboring Gahirmatha coastal region is where the giant Olive Ridley Turtles flock in by thousands each year all the way from the Pacific to lay eggs on the beach. Hot sulphur springs at Atri (about 40 kilometers from Bhubaneswar), Taptapani (50 kilometers from Berhampur), Deulajhari and Tarabela believed to have medicinal properties, enraptures the tourists. Set up in the year 1980, the North Simlipal National Park is spread over 845.70 sq. km. in Mayurbhanj district.
History buffs, heritage enthusiasts, and art lovers are exposed to a grand treatise in the three museums in Bhubaneswar: the Odisha State Museum, the Handicrafts Museum, and the Tribal Research Museum which are rich repositories of sculptures, coins, copper plates, armoury objects, rare palm leaf manuscripts, lithic and bronze age implements, paintings, tradition folk and music instruments and similar objects. Other places of historical eminence near Bhubaneswar are Udaigiri and Khandagiri Caves, Ashokan Edicts at Dhauli, Nandankanan Zoo, Barunai, Hirapur, and Arti.
So come and brace yourself to be overwhelmed by Odisha!