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Konark, India

Situated at a distance of about 65 KM from the capital city of Bhubaneswar, Konark is a charming town. This town is dotted with spectacular monuments and amazing scenic beauty. It is set against the bewitching coastline of the Bay of Bengal and holds within itself some of the most awe-inspiring architectural majesties of India. In fact, Konark displays the essence of Odisha's temple architecture. The stunning Konark temple is crafted in stone and has been described as a place where the language of stone truly defeats the language of man. Every activity is fun here, right from bathing under the sun on white sandy beaches to shopping and to the annual Dance Festival of Konark. The splendid monuments of Konark are also well-known for their religious importance. Explore the Konark holiday packages offered by and enjoy the best of this delightful town with us.


Mid-March - end June
Temperature:10°C- 35°C

June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Late November To Mid-February

Best Places to Visit in Konark

Sun Temple:
One of the most famous tourist attractions of Konark is the Sun temple. Dedicated to Sun God, this temple was built during 13th dynasty. Konark Sun Temple has been built in the form of a massive chariot that has 24 wheels.

Konark Archaeological Museum:
Situated on the northern side of the Sun temple, this Archaeological Museum of Konark is a home to variety of antiques. It comprises of four galleries, which exhibit nearly 260 antiquities, gathered from the complex of Sun Temple.

Konark Beach:
Amongst the most popular and wonderful tourist attractions of Odisha (Orissa), Konark Beach is known for its amazing natural beauty. The beach is located just 3 KM from the famous Sun Temple and is known for providing remarkable views of sunset and sunrise.

Ramachandi Temple:
Situated towards the southwest of Sun Temple, Ramachandi temple is named after Goddess Ramachandi.

Konark Math:
It is majorly a monastery, which is located on the southern side of the renowned Sun temple. This math is devoted to Nirakar Brahma and religiously follows the principles of Buddhism.

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