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Shree Jagannath Temple-  Shree Jagannath Puri temple, one of the most majestic monuments of Odisha, was built by a famous king of Ganga Dynasty Ananta Varman Chodaganga Deva. the Jagannath Temple  of India was built in the 11th century by King Indradyumna. This glorious temple is the abode of Lord Jagannath who is a form of Lord Vishnu. It is the most revered pilgrimage site for Hindus.The Puri temple is famous for its annual Ratha Yatra, or chariot festival, in which the three principal deities are pulled on huge and elaborately decorated temple cars, Worship is performed by the Bhil Sawar tribal priests as well as priests of other communities in the Jagannath temple.The temple is sacred to all Hindus, and especially in those of the Vaishnava traditions.Worship is performed by the Bhil Sawar tribal priests as well as priests of other communities in the Jagannath temple.


Puri Beach- Puri Beach or the Golden beach is a beach in the city of Puri in the state of Odisha, India. It is on the shore of the Bay of Bengal. It is known for being a tourist attraction and a Hindu sacred place. Puri Beach is one of the finest coastlines in East India, bordering the Bay of Bengal and is located at a distance of 35 km from the Sun Temple.  It is often flocked by devotees visiting the beach for a purification dip who come to Puri to pay their homage to Lord Jagannath. Adorned with fine golden sand and gushing waves, Puri Beach is quite renowned for its peaceful and calm surroundings. Puri Beach is quite renowned for its peaceful and calm surroundings.  Tourists can easily distinguish the local fishermen by their triangular straw hats and dhotis. Tourists can easily distinguish the local fishermen by their triangular straw hats and dhotis. 


Pipili-  Pipili is a town in Puri, famous for the abundant handicraft products which are available here for sale. Pipili is a town and a NAC under jurisdiction of Puri district in the Indian state of Odisha. It is famous for designing beautiful Applique handicrafts. It is a town of artisans famous for their colourful fabrics. The applique work of Pipili, also known as "chandua" in colloquial language, is probably most well known handicraft in Puri and surrounding area. Each and every family of darjisahi a well known applique village's people are engaged in this applique craft. 


Swargadwar Beach-  Running along the main Marine Drive of Puri, right in front of the Swargadwar Crematorium, the ever-so-famous beach of Puri is the throbbing heartbeat of the city. Swargadwar Beach is located a few kilometers away from the popular Jagannath Temple, along the main Marine Drive in Puri.The place ‘Swargadwar’, which in the local language means ‘Door to Heaven’, holds great religious significance for Hindus. This is also the place where the Swargadwar cremation ground is located.The slow-burning funeral pyres, the smoked-ash air and the chanting of the priests create an aura that is quite rare.


Sakshigopal Temple- Sakshigopal temple has a few legends about how it became a revered shrine for Lord Vishnu. One is about the lord coming to bear witness to a village wedding.Another myth is that the temple is one of the 16 shrines of King Vajra, the grandson of Lord Krishna built for the Lord. A unique thing about this temple is that the food offered by the devotees here is made of wheat, which is in contradiction to what is offered at all other Vishnu temples of the world, where food offerings are made of rice.


Chilka Lake sanctuary- Chilika is Indias biggest inland lake. Spread over 1,100 square kilometers stretching across the length of the three districts of Puri, Khurdha and Ganjam and finally joins the Bay of Bengal  Dotted with many emerald green islands with colourful names such as Honeymoon Island and Breakfast Island, Chilika is home to a rich variety of aquatic fauna.It is also a sanctuary and winter resort for migratory birds, some coming from as far as Siberia. Containing a large variety of fish, the lake provides a livehood to thousands of fisherman.  Encircled by hills all along its arched shape shores, Chilika lakes colour changes with passing clouds and the shifting sun.


Narendra Tank- Narendra Pokhari, considered to be the biggest artificial pond in Odisha, lies in Puri close to the sacred Jagannath Temple. This holy tank is visited by a number of tourists and devotees across the year. The tank is considered as a holy site because there are a number of small and big temples in its vicinity. It covers about 16 ghats, providing a place for pilgrims to take holy baths. In the 15th century AD, this tank was built by Narendra Dev, brother of Gajapati Kapilendra Deva, who was the king of Puri at that time.Narendra Pokhari has an island in the middle, where a small shrine called Chandana Mandapa has been built. 

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