Trident, Bhubaneswar

Address: CB-1 Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, 751 013, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on CB-1 Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, is near Lingaraja Temple.
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      Tourists amongst tourists

      A travel blog entry by foggyglass on Nov 16, 2014

      34 photos

      ... is made of neem wood, which is an exception to common Hindu iconographic deities of metal or stone.The origin and evolution of Jagannath worship, as well as iconography, is unclear and has been subject to intense academic debate. The oldest and most famous Jagannath deity is established in Puri. The temple of Jagannath in Puri is regarded as one of the Char Dham (sacred Hindu pilgrimage places) in India. The most famous festival related to Jagannath is the Ratha yatra, ...

      Twin Boys

      A travel blog entry by nmcaulif on Jun 14, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... of a relative of some sort. I have given up on pinning down the connections as we use relative terms in different ways. For example they call all their cousins sisters or brothers. I was pretty anal about this when I first got here,,,,"but I thought you didn't have any sisters. How can this be your sister?....,,but I met your brother in law's wife and that is not her. How can that be your....". Can't you just hear me? I'm hoping to leave some of ...

      Coastal Experience By the Bay of Bengal

      A travel blog entry by justgosomewhere on Apr 21, 2014

      7 photos

      ... a good beach but its a bit overcrowded, still we spent some evening time there and enjoyed the roaring sound of sea waves and cool breeze. The current in the tides was fine till the time I explained a trick to my friend that if you stand bare footed and let the waves come by , when they go back they take the sand beneath your foot and it feels like you are getting inside the sand slowly. Currents were fine so we placed our sleepers at a safe distance so that those are not ...

      The end of the beginning

      A travel blog entry by pioneers2012 on Apr 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... saying goodbye to the school teachers and children and visiting a woman in the village we had met in the first week to give her printed out pictures of her children, we went to the YRC for the feast we had organised. It was a very overwhelming occasion because every single one of the YRC members and students were there, so the place was full to the brim. When we arrived we were drowned by the number of gifts the students had bought us, which was completely unexpected ...


      A travel blog entry by sgaudun on Mar 18, 2012

      1 comment

      ... with erotic sculptures9and this is long before Viagra was discovered). Today was the "City Tour" that took in the zoo, the State Museum, Jain caves, a host of intricately carved temples, some of which only Hindus could enter. At one of these. at an outside viewing platform I bumped into two Ukrainians and we had a wonderful chat. At another temple I was fortunate to see the "coming of age" ceremony of a ...