Important landmark in Bhubaneshwar

This page highlights upon the important landmarks in Bhubaneshwar, the 'Cathedral City' and the ancient capital of the Kalinga kingdom.

Bhubaneswar or 'The Lord of the Universe' is the capital of Orissa. The historical city had more than 7,000 temples of which only 500 still remains.

Bhubaneshwar is a city where you can get a sublime admixture of art and architecture.

These feature is particularly prominent in the temple architecture.

The city of temples are visited by thousands of tourists every year to pay homage to the God and Goddesses.

Here is a list of some of the important landmarks in Bhubaneswar and a popular tourists destination.
  • Rasoolgarh Chhak
    It is situated at the entry point of the city while you come from Cuttack.

  • Rupali Square
    It is an important landmark because Industrial Promotion and Investment Corporation of Orissa Limited and Industrial Development Corporation of Orissa is located beside this landmark. Ramadevi Autonomous Women's college lies very near to this landmark and the zonal branch of BSNL is located at the close vicinity to this landmark.

  • Ram Mandir Square
    Ram Mandir, a poplular hindu temple is located at this landmark from where the square derived its name. Shubham Market,The New Marrion Hotel, Big Bazaar and Forum Mart are at the close vicinity of this square.

  • Sriya Square
    It derived its name from the Sriya-Swati-Stutee Cine Complex, a popular cinema hall of the city.

  • Vani Vihar
    It is the home to Utkal University. From Vani Vihar square, Janpath starts, and ends in Ganganagar, city's airport.

  • Central School Square
    This square is named after Central School 1. Other institutes located beside this landmark are Human Life Center, St. Joseph's High School, Capital Boys High School and Bharatiya Vidyalaya.

  • Jaydev Vihar This landmark is a hub of many hotels and institutes. The Mayfair Lagoon, The Trident Hilton and The Swosti Plaza is located close to this landmark. Biju Patnaik Science College and IIT Kharagpur's Extension Center is located close to this landmark.

  • Master Canteen
    The oldest squares of Bhubaneswar, is a major bus stoppage. Lalchand Complex and Swosti Hotel are located near this landmark.

  • Raj Mahal
    The landmark is named after Hotel RajMahal located it. Bhubaneswar's major commercial district is located near this landmark.

  • ChandraSekharpur
    This landmark is Bhubaneswar's largest residential areaa dn the home to five engineering colleges, a medical college, Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences) and three management colleges. Infocity, a software park and DAV Public School are located near this landmark.

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Last Updated on 27 July 2012



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