Beauty of Mahanadi river in Cuttack.

Souvik By Souvik, 16th May 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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The article speaks about the beauty of Mahanadi river in Cuttack, Orissa, India which has flown across Cuttack.

Cuttack is surrounded by Mahanadi.

Mahanadi river had surrounded the famous city of Cuttack. Cuttack had been the capital city of state of Orissa till 1948 after which Bhubaneswar became the capital.

Mahanadi river.

Mahanadi river is a rain fed river. The river has beautiful banks. In Cuttack the famous Bali festival is held at the banks of the river Mahanadi river.

Karjura river.

Karjura river is the other river flowing across Cuttack. Cuttack is situated in between both the rivers Karjura and Mahanadi.


Part of river Mahanadi has become dry and the sand is visible. The delta of the river in Cuttack is visible also.


There is a pleasant wind across Mahanadi river. The site is beautiful during the morning and the evening for the visitors.

Pilgrims swim in the river.

Many pilgrims swim in the river Mahanadi during the morning. Cuttack is a holi city and there are many temples.

Visitors should visit Cuttack.

Visitors should visit Cuttack to enjoy the beauty of the rivers Mahanadi and Karjura which had fringed the city of Cuttack.


Cuttack, India, Karjura, Mahanadi, Orissa

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
16th May 2012 (#)

Thanks for the share, Souvik - siva

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author avatar Souvik
16th May 2012 (#)

Dear Sivaji,
Thanks a lot for the patient reading.
Souvik Chatterji.

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author avatar M G Singh
17th May 2012 (#)

I have crossed the mahanadi many times. Good post

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author avatar Souvik
17th May 2012 (#)

Dear Madanji,
Thanks a lot for the comments.
Warm regards,
Souvik Chatterji

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