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Summer: Mid-March To End Of June (Min. 29°C - Max. 39°C)
Monsoon: July To End September (Average Rainfall – 2200 mm)
Winter: Late November To Mid-February (Min. 25°C - Max. 30°C)
Bhubaneswar has a tropical savanna climate, designated Aw under the Köppen climate classification. The annual mean temperature is 27.4 °C (81.3 °F); monthly mean temperatures are 22–32 °C (72–90 °F). Summers (March to June) are hot and humid, with temperatures in the low 30s C; during dry spells, maximum temperatures often exceed 40 °C (104 °F) in May and June.[Winter lasts for only about ten weeks, with seasonal lows dipping to 15–18 °C (59–64 °F) in December and January. May is the hottest month, when daily temperatures range from 27–38 °C (81–100 °F). January, the coldest month, has temperatures varying from 15–28 °C (59–82 °F). The highest recorded temperature is 45 °C (113.0 °F), and the lowest is 12 °C (54 °F).
Rains brought by the Bay of Bengal branch of the south west summer monsoon lash Bhubaneswar between June and September, supplying it with most of its annual rainfall of 1,542 mm (61 in). The highest monthly rainfall total, 330 mm (13 in), occurs in August.
Orissa is home to a rich culture and heritage. There are a number of monuments and destinations in Orissa that make the state one of the popular tourist destinations in India. Besides the natural beauty, there are a number of religious (sacred) places in Orissa that are closely related with Hindusm, Buddhism and Jainism. The grand architecture and sculpture of Jagannath temple, Lingraja temple, Mukteshwar temple and the Sun temple leave the visitors spellbound.
Bhubaneswar, The Temple City of Orissa and state capital, is situated in its eastern side. The city boasts of majestic temples and shrines, which form a major part of its tourist attractions. It serves as the perfect example of the fusion of age-old customs and traditions and modern aspirations. This is one of the basic reasons why tourism is Bhubaneshwar is gaining momentum day by day. People are coming to the city from various parts of India as well as the world to witness its unique splendor.
Located at a distance of nearly 65 km from Bhubaneswar, Konark city is famous throughout the world for its magnificent Sun Temple, which is dedicated to Surya, the Sun God. It is one of the three cities that form the Golden Triangle of tourism in Orissa. Konark is a city that is well known for its architectural wonders. Besides the numerous temples and maths, its other major attraction is the Konark Beach, one of the most enchanting beaches of India.
Puri, known as the dwelling place of Lord Jagannath, is one of the most visited tourist destinations of India. It is situated on the eastern side of Orissa and lies about 60 km away from the capital city of Bhubaneswar. The major attractions of the city comprise of its marvelous temples and gorgeous beaches. There are four sacred Hindu Dhams in India and Puri is one of them. The city is also known as 'Jagannath Puri', 'Martya Vaikuntha' or 'Sri Purusottama Dham'.
Jagannath Temple is one of the most renowned as well as the biggest temples of Orissa. Established in the 12th century, the temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath (Lord Krishna), Lord of the Universe. The credit for laying the foundation of the Jagannath temple of Puri goes to Raja Ananta Varman Chodaganga Dev. The temple is located at a distance of 60 km from Bhubaneswar, on the coast of Bay of Bengal, and is greatly revered by the devotees following the Vaishnava traditions.
Rath Yatra, which is also known as the Chariot Festival, is one of the most prominent festivals of Orissa, which is celebrated in the holy city of Puri. ‘Rath Yatra’ has derived its name from the words ‘Rath’, meaning ‘Chariot’, and ‘Yatra’, meaning ‘Procession’. This festival is celebrated with gusto in almost every part of the country. However, it was initiated in Jagannath Temple and it still attracts devotees from different parts of India. Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra is a very colorful festivity, in which people participate enthusiastically.
The twin hills of Khandagiri and Udayagiri have numerous ancient Jain caves cut from rocks, which date back to 01 B.C. These served as accommodation for the then ruler of Kalinga and his queens. Later, they were also used by monks and sages who meditated in these hills. Udayagiri has 44 caves carved out of sandstone. The most famous among these is the Rani Gumpha or Queen's Cave, a two-storeyed structure with a spacious courtyard and elaborate sculptural freezes. The Hathi Gumpha or Elephant Cave, records the life chronicle of King Kharavada, the first Oriya ruler, responsible for the expansion of the Kalinga inscriptions. Khandagiri also has a number of temples belonging to Hindu and Jain faiths.
Lingaraj temple is one of the most popular temples of Orissa. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, also known as ‘Lingaraj’. It is adorned with beautiful sculptures, which have been carved on the spire. Lingaraja temple is approximately 54.8 metres high and enshrines a huge statue of Lord Shiva, made up of granite. The idol is 8 feet in diameter and is placed on a platform that is about 8 inches above ground. The deity is bathed everyday with water, milk and bhang (marijuana).
This quiet, scenic spot was once the venue of the historic battle of Kalinga. After witnessing the bloodshed, King Ashoka had a change of heart. Ashokan rock edicts which date back to the 2nd Century B.C. can be found at the foot of the hill. The hill is crowned by the Santi Stupa, a white Japanese peace pagoda, representing the five ancient Buddhist virtues. The stupa provides a view of the surrounding countryside.
Lying on the eastern coast of Orissa, Chilka Lake is one of the most sought after tourist attractions near the holy city of Puri. The source of the lake is the Mahanadi River, which drains into it. Chilika Lake is one of the largest lakes in not only India, but also Asia and stretches over an area of 1,100 sq km. It is a very popular picnic spot and provides ample opportunities for boating, fishing and bird watching. If you just want to relax and soak the sunrays, this is the perfect place for you.
The site of one of the most fabulous vistas of river and forest, the Satkosia Gorge where the great Mahanadi river crashes with monumental force is an enervating, if dizzying, experiance. The meandering pace of the sensuous river through 22 km of thick forest offers scenic delights of the frothing, boiling water as it wends its way through the awesome gorge is considered to be one of the most enchanting spots in the world. It is an idealplace for white water rafting and other adventure sports. Located in these wonderous surroundings is the Gharial Sanctuary where Gharial crocodiles are bred. A success story of conservation, this crocodile breeding farm is a must for all wildlife enthusiasts.
Nicknamed as "Kashmir of Orissa", Dairingbadi is probably the only place in Orissa to have experienced snowfall. This extremely pretty place is located around 135 kms from Phulbani, and is an attractive tourist destination throughout the year.
Bridging the early and later phases of the Kalinga school of temple architecture, the 10th century Mukteswar temple is truly considered a gem of a temple. The temple is famous for its rich sculptured ornate entrance arch and the rare interior carving. The carvings depict tales from the Panchatantra as well as representations of all the gods in the Hindu pantheon.
Established in 1960, the lake and the nearby botanical gardens were declared a sanctuary in 1979. Nandan Kanan is home to a wide variety of animals, both captive and wild. This rich collection of animals, birds and reptiles also includes the rare white tiger, black panther and gharials, which were bred in captivity. Visitors can go on the lion safari in armoured buses to catch a glimpse of these majestic animals in their natural habitat.The safari is spread over 20 hectares. The park also has a a nature trail, a reptile park, an aquarium cum natural history museum and offers other amusement that includes boating, toy train rides and elephant rides.
This museum specialises in the art and culture of Orissa’s 62 tribes. Each have their own art, handicrafts, dance forms and festivals. Orissa State Museum (3 kms)
The museum has a fine collection of native artefacts, illuminated manuscripts and various archaeological finds like Jain and Buddhist sculptures.
* All distance mentioned are from the Hotel
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The hotel accommodation comprises of 55 guest rooms, of which nearly 48 nos are Executive rooms situated in the older part of the lawn and pool, and three poolside wings of Suite rooms and 4 nos Deluxe rooms .All the hotel rooms in the The New Marrion are finished to an exceptionally high standard and all Executive rooms and Deluxe rooms have stunning views across poolside and Gardens. The Suite rooms have views over either the pool or lawn with two overlooking the courtyard.
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