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Balasore, India

A famous beach town and of commercial importance since medieval times, Balasore is a scenic place carrying the backdrop of spectacular landscapes and wonderful temples. The local people of this beautiful coastal town depend on farming, tourism and fishing for their livelihood. Balasore was inhabited by Dutch and French traders; this city has an important historical point of view. It has been said that it is linked with famous literary writer 'Fakir Mohan', who used to live here. A trip to this striking destination is an exhilarating experience. If you are planning a visit to this charming city, then choose the best Balasore holiday packages and get ready to explore Balasore!

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:23°C- 41°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -220 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:18°C-30°C

Best Places to Visit in Balasore

Chandipur Sea Beach:
This pristine beach has been characterized by the rhythmic receding up to 5 KM and proceeding of roaring sea waves. From this beach, you can have the glimpse of scenic sand dunes and various creepers, which are scattered over the beach area. This means when you are in here, you must mark a visit to your Balasore tour itinerary.

Chawmukh-Dagra:
Blessed with attractive beaches, these are coastal villages in Balasore. The serenity of the place along with striking white sands is damn alluring for any holidaymaker. You can also indulge in fishing. In short, it is perfect picnic spot for tourists and locals.

Remuna Temple:
This temple is a significant Vaishnavite center and visited by a large number of devotees every day. Pilgrims offer their prayers to the deity and receive milk as a "prasada". It has been said that revered saints such as Chaitanya and his teacher Madhabendra Puri paid visit to this temple.

Sajanagarh:
Earlier an important military base, Sajangarh is known for a temple devoted to goddess 'Bhudharchandi'. The interior of this temple is carved with lovely stone works.

Maninageswar Temple:
This temple is located at a short distance of about 2 KM from Balasore. Built during the 17th century, this temple is associated with Pandava kings who are believed to visit the place for having a bath here.

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