Beauty of city of Cuttack.

Souvik By Souvik, 17th May 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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The article speaks about the tourist attractions of the city of Cuttack, Orissa, India which are very popular with the visitors.

Beauty of Cuttack.

The city of Cuttack in Orissa is a beautiful city on the banks of the rivers Mahanadi and karjura. It had been the capital of state of Orissa till 1948, after which Bhubaneswar became the capital of Orissa.

Netaji Birthplace.

One of the important tourist destinations of Cuttack includes Netaji Birthplace. The undaunted freedom fighter of India was born in Cuttack.

Netaji Museum.

There is a very good Netaji Museum in the city of Cuttack. The museum had been constructed within the premises of Netaji's birthplace. Other than Sundays it remains open.


There is a statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose along with his Indian National army near his house in Cuttack. It is very impressive.

Big Bazaar.

Cuttack is also famous for buying clothes, bangles and other emporium items. The Big Bazaar and shops near Big Bazaar are famous for them.

National Law University.

National Law University, Orissa is one of the prestigious law university situated in Cuttack. The University admits students by Common Law Admission Test.

Ajay Binoy Institute of Technology.

Ajay Binoy Institute of Technology is another prestigious institution of Cuttack. Different subjects are taught there. The institute also holds different types of exams like Chartered Accountants' exam, CLAT exam, etc.

Judicial Academy.

Judicial Academy is another brilliant destination of Cuttack. The building was built during colonial period when British Government ruled India. Still the big doors and windows show the British architecture.

The new structure.

The new building of the Judicial Academy is now being built. The Academy will be shifted to the new building in short period of time.

Heritage of Judicial Academy.

Cuttack was a historically rich town, rich in academics and culture. The judicial academy bears remains of rich legal culture of Cuttack from the period of Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and till today.

Academic culture.

Academic culture of Orissa and Cuttack is very high. Students do well in judicial exams, civil service exams and other competitive exams.


Cuttack has many green parks and gardens. There are underground stadiums and playgrounds which are very well maintained.

Guest Houses.

Cuttack has very beautiful guest houses. The guest house maintained by National Law University, Orissa is of very good standard with AC rooms and other amenities.

Provisions for stay of guests.

Whenever government officials, observers and other invigilators come to Cuttack the guest houses can accomodate all of them.

Barabati Stadium.

The Barabati Stadium in Cuttack is very famous cricket stadium which is the main playground of Orissa which host international cricket matches.

Kartikeshwar Temple.

Kartikeshwar Temple is another beautiful temple in Cuttack, Orissa. There are different gods which are worshipped there including Shiva, Ganesh, Kartikeshwar, etc.

Deer Park.

There is a beautiful deer park in Cuttack. Deers are kept within the park and there is a fence which protects the deers from others. Visitors should visit Cuttack during their lifetime.


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17th May 2012 (#)

Summers are what and humid in Cuttack. Winters are mild in Cuttack.
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author avatar Souvik
23rd Aug 2012 (#)

A small correction. Summers are hot and humid in Cuttack. Winters are mild.
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