Industrial visit to Cuttack the former capital and the largest city of the state of Orissa, India will be interesting, The district has rich tradition of handicraft and cottage industries. The artisans of the district have been crowned with glory of manufacturing world class handicraft products. Cuttack is famous for silver filigree throughout the country, the district also has India’s largest producer of ferrous alloys, Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys (IMFA). Other industrial setup in the district includes Aarti Steels Ltd., Maheswary Ispat, Trupti Drinks, Cosboard Industries, Manishree refractories & Ceramics Pvt. Ltd, Champadany Industries etc
Cuttack is Orissa’s oldest city and was established in 989 AD. A relaxed and laid-back city, Cuttack is today mainly a farmer and trader town, offering a refreshing array of landscapes, activities and characters, and whether one is city-lover keen on shopping, a history or archaeology enthusiast, a religious person, there is something on offer for everyone.
Steeped in history, Barabati Fort is one of the principal visitor attractions in Orissa.
The fort casts its historical shadow against the natural surroundings, and both history and nature blend into a rich, seamless harmony.
Sights to See
Mahanadi Boat Club
It is one of the most attractive recreational hubs that serve its guest/tourist a new concept of pleasure activities within the area. Seashore Tourism & Dev. Co. Pvt. Ltd. has been operating the boat club with the active support and participation of OTDC Ltd. through a PPP mode. Pleasure boating, speed boat riding, temple tours on water, picnic party arrangement at the island are some of the key services of Boat Club. A children’s park and a fishing place are also developed by the management to provide one stop-shop leisure and entertainment solutions for the tourist and their family.A multi-cuisine restaurant also serves to fulfil the food requirement of tourist.
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Memorial Museum
The ancestral house where Netaji was born and brought up till he completed his school education has now been converted into a museum which houses the memorabilia of this great freedom fighter and leader who had raised the Indian National Army.
Stone Revetment of Cuttack
The river banks at Cuttack are protected by stone revetments, a great engineering marvel of 11th century AD and a remarkable example of ancient technological skill of Odisha.
A cluster of green domes in thecentre of the city is sacred to the Hindus as well as the Muslims. This 18th century shrine shelters the footprints of Prophet Mohammed on a circular stone in its central mosque. It has two other beautiful mosques and a music gallery.
Niali Village (47 km):
Niali is known for its shrines and archaeological Sculpture Shed. Madhab, a nearby village, is an enchanting picnic spot on the bank of the river Prachi – also famous for the shrine of Radha-Madhab.
Ashokjhar (90 km):
Set amidst the green forests of Mahagiri hills, Ashokjhar beckons the adventurers. The motorable road ends at Sukinda. You may trek the remaining 10 km or hire an auto-rickshaw.
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- 416 km from Kolkata
- 516 km from Ranchi
- 820 km from Patna
- 1720 km from Delhi
- 525 km from Dhanbad
- 369 km from Jamshedpur
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Choudwar (24 km):
A growing industrial area was once the capital of Somakuli Keshari Kings of Odisha. Eight prominent Siva Pithas were established by Keshari dynasty. Tradition records that it was the capital of Virat, the brother-in-law of Kichaka. The five Pandava brothers with their consort Draupadi took shelter in Choudwar during their secret exile.
Naraj (25 km):
A picturesque scenic spot was once a great seat for Buddhist culture and learning.
Bhattarika (108 km):
It is a beautiful picnic spot with the shrine of Goddess Bhattarika.
Chandikhol (43 km):
The place is a famous picnic spot. Nearby is Mahavinayak, a beautiful spot with a shrine of Shiva. It also draws the devotees of the elephant-god Ganapati. The picturesque Chhatia 30 km from Cuttack has several shrines and the remains of an ancient fort.
Lalitgiri, Udayagiri and Ratnagiri (70 km)
Banki (92 km):
It has the shrine of Goddess Charchika on the bank of the Mahanadi. The eight-armed deity of Chamunda is worshipped here according to tantric rites.
Dhavaleswar (35 km):
A small island in Mahanadi, this scenic spot is famous as a Shaiva centre. The place named after its presiding deity lord Shree Dhabaleswar (lord Shiva) offers ample opportunities for water sports thanks to the enchanting water spread of Mahanadi River. A newly developed hanging bridge that connects Mancheswar to Shree Dhabaleswar Pitha attracts tourists in large number.
Ansupa (70 km):
This is a small but picturesque sweet water lake. ;With the Saranda Mountain in the west and Mahanadi in the south, the Ansupa Lake is a haven for migratory birds in winter. The lake offers facilities for boating and fishing.
Jajpur (92 km):
Known as Vaitarani Tirtha with Goddess Viraja (Durga), its presiding deity, the place has its unique importance in India as Navigaya Khetra where pinda is offered for the satisfaction of the ancestors. The shrine of Sweta Varaha along with hundreds of other shrines here made Jajpur a tirtha par excellence. The “Dasasvamedha Ghat” the flight of steps leading to the Vaitarani where 10 horse sacrifices were performed is a great sanctified spot for the Hindus.