Places to Visit in Cuttack
The Barabati Stadium: The presence of Barabati Stadium has kept Cuttack in highlight most of the times due to several international cricket matches being played over here. The stadium is said to one of the finest cricket stadiums of the country and has hosted various domestic, national, international and day night matches in the recent times.
Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium: Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium is a centralized air-conditioned stadium with a seating capacity for 10,000 thousand spectators. It has organized several indoor games and sports in past and is being counted as one of the most amazing indoor stadiums on the nation.
Jobra Mahanadi Barrage: One of the most peaceful location for the visitors and the local people of Cuttack is said to be the Barrage built over the Mahanadi River at Jobra. It is the most ideal location for the morning joggers and people who love to enjoy the breezes that emerge due to the flowing river Mahanadi. The evenings are the best time for the young age people to have a walk around the foot lane on the barrage with their mates and friends.
Religious Places in CuttackCuttack is a much diversified place with its population constituting people from all over India. This directly has an impact on the local areas and the places that has the majority of people following a similar religion.
Cuttack Chandi Temple: Goddess Chandi is said to be an avatar of Goddess Durga which is worshiped all over the country with her various forms and different names. It is one of the most olden and loved temple of Cuttack as well as Odisha where one can find the similar amount of crowd all around the year. People that visit Cuttack for say any reason must visits the Goddess Chandi Temple once for sure. At the time of Durga Puja the temple gets special attention of people and decorated with lightings and gets packed with devotees coming from various nearby places of Cuttack.
Gurudwara Daatan Sahib: The holy shrine Guru Daatan Sahib is situated at Cuttack and it is being said that the first Sikh Guru, Shree Guru Nanak Dev Ji halted here while he was on his way to Puri in the 15th Century. The belief of people is that the Gurdwara is named Daatan Sahib after a tree named ‘Sahada’ was planted by using one of twigs used by Shree Guru Nanak Dev Ji and it still flourishes here.