About Cuttack

Cuttack is a city in the eastern Indian state of Odisha. It's on a peninsula flanked by the Mahanadi River to the north and the Kathajodi River to the south. The ruins of moated Barabati Fort, once home to the Eastern Ganga dynasty, show the city’s medieval significance. Within the fort's walls lies the Shahi Mosque, with its 3 white domes. Nearby, Maa Cuttack Chandi Temple is a pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees. Also in the center, Netaji Birth Place Museum was the childhood home of Indian independence activist Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and exhibits his letters alongside old photographs and period furniture. Close by, Qadam-E-Rasool is a large, green-domed mosque dating back to the 18th century. It contains a stone believed to hold Prophet Muhammad’s footprint. Barabati Stadium hosts domestic and international cricket matches. Beside the Mahanadi River to the east, Odisha State Maritime Museum traces the history of navigation and boatbuilding in the area. The city’s wooded Deer Park lies farther west along the riverfront.
Kataka Chandi Temple

Kataka Chandi Temple is also known as the Cuttack Temple and is dedicated to the Hindu Deity Chandika. The temple is a marvelous example of the Gajpati dynasty architecture and is located at the banks of the Mahanadi River.

Lalitgiri is also known as Naltigiri is a major Buddhist complex in the Indian state of Odisha comprising major stupas, 'esoteric' Buddha images, and monasteries, one of the oldest sites in the region.
Barabati Fort

Barabati Fort is a 14th-century fort built by the Ganga dynasty near Cuttack, Odisha. The ruins of the fort remain with its moat, gate, and the earthen mound of the nine-storied palace, which evokes the memories of past days.
Bhitarkanika Mangroves

The wetland is represented by as many as 3 protected Areas, namely “The Bhitarkanika National Park”, “The Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary” and “The Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary”.
Netaji Birthplace Museum

Netaji Birthplace Museum is the childhood home of nationalist Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, with collections of letters and artifacts.
Nrusinghanath Mandir

Sri Nrusinghanath, the great temple of Odisha in India, is situated at the foot hills of Gandhamardhan Hill near Paikmal, Bargarh.
Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for being home to the endangered and massive saltwater crocodile, White Crocodile, Indian Python, Water Monitor Lizards, Black Ibis, The spectacled Cobra, Olive Ridley turtles, and Chital, etc.
Kadam Rasool Mosque

Kadam Rasool mosque contains the footprint of the Prophet Mohammed and is spread across an area of 57 acres. The mosque is an immensely sacred place for Muslims across the country and is visited by several tourists each year.
Best Time To Visit Cuttack

The best time to visit Cuttak is from December to February. Summer and monsoon are equally a good time to travel to Cuttack but the months from December to February know how to sweep you off your feet with their gorgeousness. Travelers who want to see the best side of Bhubaneswar can plan a trip to this land in the summer season. Even though the day starts off as hot and humid, until the time it is evening, the balmy breeze makes your mood lighten up in the months of March to May. The month of June brings with it the monsoon season which lasts up to August. The maximum temperature in this season goes up to 32°C. Winter is considered the best time to visit Cuttack. Travelers swarm in number during this season.

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