Cuttack, The Silver City of Odisha
In the coast belt of Odisha four districts are present these are Cuttack, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur and Kendrapara. All the major river of state namely the Mahanadi, Brahmani, Vatarani and their tributaries traverse through the districts. The handicrafts and hand-looms along with the colorful fair magical effect on the visitor. Cuttack the district headquarters town.
Cuttack, one of the oldest cites of India. The city is presented in between river Mahanadi in the north and Kathjodi in the south. The history of the city known by the Barbati fort with its moat and gate on the banks of Mahanadi river. Jawaharlal Nehru indoor stadium, The temple of Katakchandi, Parma-hsta temple the main attraction
Cuttack is a city of brotherhood where pepole celibrat several festival together Dusshera is the one of the most important festival of this city, 'Dussehra' is famous for its Chandi Medhas, the medhas are the attract outsiders towards cuttack . The whole city comes together on Astami, Navami and in Dashami. Just after the Durga puja over, Kali puja is celibrated and Cuttack people are egarly loook forword for Bali Yatra.
Peoples from all over the state and beyond used to come to Cuttack to enjoy this yatra. It is held every year in the month of November on the banks of the Mahanadi; kite flying is also celebrated inthis city . All the other festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Vasant Panchami, Holi, Id, Good Friday, Rath Yatra, Diwali, Christmas and the numerous Hindu festivals are also celebrated here.
Amageikuda 62 km away from Cuttack is an beautiful island, Ansupa is an sweet lake river, in the winter sesaons colour full birds are come to this lake, on the right bank of Mahanadi banki is present another excursions are Charchika, Lalitagiri which is a Buddhist site, naraj which is situated 15km away from cuttack these are the very good picnic spots where pepole come for group-camp and for picnics. It is a best place for shopping in the state. it offers silver filigree horn and brass work and silk cotton textile to visitors.