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Konark BeachSituated 36 kilometers from Puri and 64km from Bhubaneswar in the State of Orissa, Konark Temple also known as the Black Pagoda from its dark colour seen from a distance. The Sun temple, also known as 'Konark Temple' and 'Black Pagoda' is considered as an Orissan temple architectural, engineering wonder and one of the finest monuments of religious architecture in the world.

The entire temple complex in Konark is conceived by its architect, Sibei Samantaray, in the shape of a chariot with seven horses (three on the north and four on the south) and 24 spoke gigantic wheels on each side of the temple to pull the Sun God, Surya, across the heavens.

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The great building work at Konark is the inspiration of King Narashima of the Ganga dynasty. partly in ruins beacause of its close proximity to sea and the softness of the ground, the sun temple took 1200 masons and sculptors twelve years to build and cost the state exchequer twelve years of revenue. It is little difficult to write about Konark because many poets of India have celebrated it in verse. One can't conceive what it was in its heyday.

Now only the Mukhasala or the porch and the Nata Mandap or the Dance pavillion are left. Yet the porch alone rivals the great temple at Bhubaneswar in height and is superior in art to anything else build in orissa or may be else where . . Some of the gigantic statues like the war elephants or the famous horses show the artists' power of expression and carpenters' skill in handling such massive materials. And yet the scenes of love and war, of dance and music have been finished with superb attention to details.

The lady with the suggestion of an enigmatic smile on her lips, the amorous copue for whom the rest of world is irrelevant or the horse, brimming with power in every limb is the product of the hands and minds of masters . The work of art is dedicated to God and the identity or the personality of the artist is irrelevant.

Konark Attractions
  • Konark Beach
    The beach, 3 kms away from the temple along the Puri road, is very picturesque and you can get the glimpses of the local fishing fleet at work. The sunrise at this beach is a feast for the eyes. Also an ideal site for a spot of sun-bathing
  • Chaurasi
    Chaurasi is the site of the shrines dedicated to Laxminarayanan, Amareshras and Barahi. Barahi is a deity dating back to the 9th century AD, worshipped according to tantrik practices. She is a mother goddess with the face of a boar and is depicted holding a fish in one hand and a cup in another.
  • The Museum Of Archaeological Survey Of India
    The museum which is just outside the temple enclosure,Beach Tour Package Konark houses sculptures and carvings from the ruins of the Sun Temple. The stone architrave inside it, bearing images of nine planet dieties, the Navagrahas, originally sat above one of the temple's ornamental doorways, and is now kept as a living shrine.
  • Kakatapur
    45 kms from Konark, Kakatapur is located in the Prachi valley and is famous for its shrines of Goddess Mangala and Banadurga. legend has it that the directions for reaching the holy log from which is created Lord Jagannath's icon comes from her. The famous 'Jhamu Yatra' is held in April-May when devotees walk over a narrow trench strewn with embers.
How to reach
  • Air
    Nearest airport is Bhubaneswar, 65km away.
  • Rail
    Nearest railhead is Puri on South East Railways, 35km away.
  • Road
    35km from Puri on the Marine Drive, 65km from Bhubaneswar, Konark is connected by an all-weather road. Regular bus services operate from Cuttack, Puri and Bhubaneswar.

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