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Bhubaneswar experiences tropical climatic conditions. Summers here are from March to May. Summers in Orissa are very hot and humid with temperatures exceeding 40°C. Monsoon in Orissa starts by the end of June and lasts till August with heavy southwestern rainfall. Winters start with early December and last till January end. Chilly winds from the north and northeast is common during this period. During winters the temperature may drop as low as 15°C. The best time to visit Bhubaneswar is between October and March.

How To Reach

By Road:

Bhubaneswar is conveniently situated on the National Highway No. 5 that stretches from Kolkata to Chennai. The New Bus Stand is 6 km from the centre of the town. Deluxe bus services are available between Puri and Kolkata via Bhubaneswar.

By Air:

The Biju Patnaik Airport at Bhubaneswar links the city to almost all of the major cities in India. It is just 4 km away from the heart of the city. Direct flights are available from here on a daily basis to cities like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Delhi.

By Rail:

Being the divisional headquarters of the East Coast railways, Bhubaneswar is well connected by a network of direct train service all the major Indian cities. Bhubaneswar is located on the main line from Kolkata to Chennai. There are few luxury trains heading towards Bhubaneswar such as the Rajdhani Express, Coromandel Express and Konark Express.


Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha is known as the Temple City of the East. The city is home to more than 500 temples and it is one of the three towns that forms part of the golden temple triangle of Eastern India. The other two are the famous Puri and Konark. Unlike other Indian temples, the temples in Odisha are more celebrated for their refined and dynamically forceful religious figures. 


Bhubaneswar is a bustling centre of religious activities and commerce. Thousands of tourists gather here to experience the cultural ethos, natural and religious wonders spread across the city. Bhubaneswar successfully combines its past glory with present day aspirations. The older portions of the city are replete with several magnificent examples of Oriya architecture.  The modern Bhubaneswar comprises a planned landscape with wide roads, parks and gardens, as designed by a German town planner, Otto H. Koenigsberger.


Art, culture, spiritual experiences and shopping, this seat of ancient Kalinga Kingdom has many things to offer the tourists. In addition to all these, modern nightclubs and picnic spots add to the diversity of Bhubaneswar.


Shopaholics would love Bhubaneswar for its hand woven textiles, gem stones, applique work, pipli handicrafts, silver filigree works, Ikat sarees, cane furniture, papier mache masks and Bidri-ware. In order to get a taste of the actual shopping experience that Orissa has to offer, try visiting the local shops. Wooden and sand stone icons of local deities which you get for cheaper rates from Bhubaneswar will be a great add on to your living rooms.


Odishian cuisine is also very famous. The lassi and yogurts in Bhubaneswar are said to one among the best.