The India Surf Festival (ISF) is a joint effort of Rangers Adventure Foundation (RAF) and Surfing Yogis at Ramchandi beach in Konark, which promotes surfing and cultural exchanges among others.
The history of Bhubaneswar and its environs goes back much earlier than the 7th century A.D., which first witnessed the feverish zeal of temple building. It is one of the few places in India, which have the rare distinction of having archaeological remains almost from the dawn of the historical period down to the end of the Hindu rule.
Bhubaneswar, the city named after Lord Tribhubaneswar dates back to 2000 years. Evolving through centuries, from a mere collection of villages to becoming the state capital, the city has innumerable pages inked on its history.
Leveraging the growing popularity of sand art, the Odisha government is planning to set up a Sand Art Park in Puri to promote tourism.
The tumultuous waves of Bay of Bengal coupled with the cool sea breeze make the beaches of Odisha an ideal place to spend some time with close family and friends. The sea side beaches of the state serve as the health resort for many tourists who visit the places to regain lost health and vigor. We’re glad to introduce you to five of those popular beaches of Odisha and a Google map to get there.