The former capital and one of the oldest cities of Odisha (earlier Orissa), Cuttack is the administrative headquarters of the district. The town is located right at the peak of the delta formed by the rivers Kathajodi in the South and Mahanadi in the North. This ancient city was established during early 10th century by Nripati Kesari. Being on a strategic position, it serves as the main base for commercial activities. This town is known for its handicrafts and shopping arcades, which makes it a paradise for shopping lovers. If you are planning a visit to this place, then explore the Cuttack holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in and choose the best offer for Cuttack tour.
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It is one of the most chosen tourist attractions present in of Orissa. Barabati Fort is situated on the banks of Mahanadi River and lies on its western side. This fort once housed a memorable nine-storied palace. While making a plan to visit Cuttack, you must mark it on your Cuttack travel itinerary.
Kadam Rasool Cuttack:
Kadam Rasool is a popular mosque located in the proximity of the old quarters in the Cuttack city. This domed mosque sprawls over an area of 57 acres. The origin of Kadam-I-Rasool can be traced back to the eighteenth century. More
Stone Revetments of Cuttack:
It is a The 'Stone Revetments', located on the banks of Mahanadi River and were constructed by King Marakata Keshari in the 11th century. An architectural as well as engineering wonder, it is a wonderful tourist attraction.
This temple is dedicated to Chandi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Chandi, an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The temple is highly revered by devotees and people visiting the city and make sure to offer their prayers in this temple. It's magnificently carved interiors and gateways stand as a testimony to the architectural ability of the previous times.