Kolkata or formerly known as Calcutta is located on the eastern coast of the Hoogly river. This city is famous for leather goods, Tant saris handlooms and handicrafts and also mouth - watering rasgullas.A visit to the flower market and Belur Math is arranged in the morning. This will be followed by a journey to admire Victorian architecture in the city followed by a boat ride across the Ganges to visit the Dakshineshwar temple. Bhavatarini is the presiding deity of this temple which was built in 1855. The afternoon has in store a visit to the Kalighat temple, the book market and the Jain Temple. Stay at the hotel for the night.
In the morning a visit to the flower market situated near the Hoogly river bank and then a boat ride. This will be followed by a trip to the Missionaries/Charity founded by Mother Teresa. A flight to the next destination, Bhubaneshwar in the evening followed by transfer and a night stay at the hotel.
Bhubaneshwar: Temple city of India, is famous for housing over 50 stone temples and is an important pilgrimage centre for Hindus. The day starts with a visit to the Rajarani and Lingaraj temples and is followed by a drive to explore the beauty of Khandgiri and Udaigiri caves. This Kalinga style temple is about hundred and eighty feet tall. It is considered as the most notable monument of the city. This is followed a visit to the Ashoka Peace pagoda at Dhauli and a stay at the hotel overnight.
Before continuing to Puri to visit Jaganath temple, a visit to the historic Konark Temple is arranged. En route we visit the crafts village at Pipli. The magnificent Jaganath temple is famous for being one among the 4 most important pilgrimage sites for the Hindus which are collectively known as chardham. A stay at the hotel, overnight.