Places to visit in Odisha
Kendrapara District is an administrative district of Odisha state in eastern India. The town of Kendrapara is the district headquarters. Kendrapara District is arranged in the eastern part of the state, and is limited 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. There are a few vacationer puts in Kendrapara.
Batighara is the primary beacon introduced in eastern bank of India. Before the Batighar, False Point Port was the primary present day port of the Odisha drift. This port was dispatched in the year 1855. Kanika Palace is a standout amongst the most prominent visitor puts in Kendrapara District. It is arranged in Rajkanika square and around 50 km from Kendrapara. Aul Palace is another visitor site and it is an antiquated royal residence spread more than 40 sections of land of land.
Different structures like Rajbati, Ranimahal, Ghodashala, Bhandar, Udyan, Pramoda Udyan, Debalaya, Devi mandir are incorporated into the castle. Dhamara Port is an antiquated port on the bank of waterway Baitarani, around 5 km from Kanika Palace. Kudanagari is an old focus of sea business, which is arranged in Patkura voting public. A gigantic sand hill sprawling more than 15 sections of land of land and of a stature 25 feet, encompassed by profound woods is a pioneer focus. The region is known for its sanctuaries, fairs and untamed life asylums.