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The tropical state that flourished during the 13th century on India’s Central Eastern Seaboard, Orissa is famous for its temples, which draw thousands of pilgrims here.Throughout the year, predominantly to Jagannath Temple in the Coastal town of Puri, To worship Vishnu in his avatar as the Lord of the Universe. Architecturally, the Sun Temple at Konark is of even greater significance, with its massive stone carved chariot adorned with sculptures, rising to carry Surya, The Sun God, to the heavens. Even Orissa’s capital, Bhubaneswar. The third point of Orissa’s Golden Triangle, is more important for its enormous collection of Hindu temples at one time 7,000 than it is an Administrative or industrial center.
Odisha remains largely tribal, with many villages still off limits to outsiders, but the state is also well-known for “Tribal Tourism”. For the anthropologically inclined, this offers you a chance to get way off the beaten track and meet people who live almost completely
On the fringes of civilization. The state is also a good place to pick up crafts, particularly Textiles, Palmleaf Paintings and bright pattachitra (cloth) Paintings (the best known of Orissa’s handicrafts). Although Orissa has long, golden beaches the curve around the Bay of Bengal, the infrastructure here is limited and the sea can be treacherous.