Puri District is a coastal district of the Odisha. This district is famous for its historic antiquities, religious sanctuaries, architectural grandeur, seascape beauty, and its moderate climate. It holds a wealth of attraction for visitors. It boasts a continuous history from the 3rd century B.C. to the present and unique monuments such as those of Lord Jagannath at Puri, and the Sun God at Konark. It has Chilika Lake, the largest brackish water lakes in India that holds a picturesque seascape beauty. It offers an ideal resort for birds who migrate from different parts of the continent. By virtue of its geographical location, the climate of Puri is equable throughout the year.
Jagatsinghpur District is one of the thirty districts of Odisha in the eastern coast of India. The city of Jagatsinghpur is the district headquarters. It is the smallest district in the state and covers a landmass of 1759 square km. Siali Beach is located here and is a virgin beach.
Ganjam district is a district in the Indian state of Odisha. It is located on a strategical location surrounding Bay of Bengal in East and Andhra Pradesh on south. Ganjam's total area is 8,070 square km.
Bhadrak District is an administrative district of Odisha state in eastern India.
Kendrapara District is an administrative district of Odisha. The town of Kendrapara is the district headquarters. Kendrapara District is situated in the eastern portion of the state, and is bounded on the north by Bhadrak District, on the east by the Bay of Bengal, on the south by Jagatsinghpur District, on the west by Cuttack District and on the northwest by Jajpur District. Kanika Palace in Kendrapara District is a gigantic castle built by the King of Kanika, Rajendra Narayan Bhanja Deo. It is developed on a region of 4 sections of land of area and the tallness of the structure is 75 feet. It is arranged in Rajkanika Block and is around 50 km from the region central command. The magnificence of the royal residence is staggering.
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