Where is Bhubaneshwar?

Located geographically in 20° 16' N and 85° 50' E, Bhubaneshwar is the capital city of the Indian state of Orissa.

Are there any other names of Bhubaneshwar?

Bhubaneshwar is famously called as the "Temple City of India" or Mandira Malini Nagari.

What is Bhubaneshwar famous for?

The city is famous for age-old sculptures, handicrafts, rock carvings, sand artistry and classical Odissi dance.

Tourist Attractions in Bhubaneshwar

This heritage city of India attracts people for its historical rock-carved temples, which reflect the then architecture. The major tourist attractions in Bhubaneshwar include:

  • Udayagiri - Khandagiri
  • Dhauli Giri
  • Lingaraja Temple
  • Chilika Lake
  • Nandankanan
  • ISKCON Temple
  • Muktesvara Temple
  • Raj Rani Temple
  • Parasurameswara Temple
  • Vaital Deul Temple
  • Kalinga Stadium

Nearest Railway Station to Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneswar Railway Station is the main and nearest railway station to the city.

Nearest Airport to Bhubaneshwar

Biju Patnaik Airport or Bhubaneswar Airport, the sole domestic airport in the city serves its residents and travelers.

Nearest Bus Stand to Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneswar's main bus stand is located at Barmunda.

Last Updated on 09 September 2011



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