Barabati Fort today describes about the glorious rule of the mighty empire of Ganga rulers. The fort was originally constructed in the 11th century near Mahanadi River. The gorgeous fort has been converted into a modern stadium where important cultural fiestas and sport events are conducted nowadays.
If you want to enjoy the ancient engineering skills on marvels then come and visit the stone revetment on the banks of Kathajodi river. It is a true testimonial to the technical skill and logical thinking of the Odia people of 11th century. It was built by Keshari kings to safeguard the city from seasonal floods.
Cuttack Chandi Temple
It is a spiritual temple believed to be the guardian deity of this silver city. The deity in the temple is portrayed with four hands such as Pasa, Ankusha, Abhaya and Bara.Temple architecture presents exquisite carvings and sculptural works and it is a must visit location in Cuttack tourist places.
It is a shrine built by a Hindu ruler for the benefit of Muslims. This 18th century shrine is a revered centre for both Hindus and Muslims. It is situated bear the old quarters of the city.
It is counted as one of the oldest temple of the tourist places in Cuttack. Apart from its devoutness, Singanatha temple presents stunning architectural works that bears strong resemblance with the ancient temples of the country.
Netaji Birthplace Museum
The museum is also names as Janakinath Bhavan. It keeps all rare collection of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Whoever is coming for Cuttack tourism never miss a chance to visit this museum.
This prominent Shiva temple is the most sought after pilgrim centers in Odisha. The sculptures belong to 10th and 11 the century AD. The temple is situated in the island of Dhabaleswar in Mahanadi allures the devotees with its imposing sceneries.