Odisha is place where nature and Gods live together. Everyone has a goal in their life, to achieve the spirituality and peace. It's not all about the only spirituality also about the free spirit that breaks all limits and barriers. Spirituality is if you cultivate your body, mind, emotions and energies to a certain level of maturity.
On the other hand, art and culture have their own definition, art is presents in everything even if we draw a single or multiple lines makes beautiful painting, also odisha also has lots of examples of masterpieces of art- The very ancient India's art, culture speak of the unique history of the nation.
I really love to share my experience of 3 days trip of odisha where I lost myself and feel to closely mother nature and God.
The following places I visited:
1. Jagannath Puri Temple:
Jagannath Puri is an important Hindu pilgrimage center of india, one of the temple from Char Dham Yatra. According to hindu mythology Puri is the resting place of Lord Vishnu. It is said that during the Rath Yatra Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Shubhadra visit to their Aunt's abode (Mausi Maa Temple). After stay for seven days, the deities return to their abode.
2. Puri Beach:
Besides the renowned Jagannath Puri Temple, Puri is Brimming many other spectacular locations, like puri beach. This often refered to as golden beach of Puri, sparkling sands. whereas Symphony of colors as the sun descends into deep water. waves seems to whisper to me and find joy in nature's simple treasures. This voice of the sea speaks to soul. Love to collect the seashells, after touches the water of sea, it's hard to believe that we live in a material world.
3. Chandrabhaga Beach:
Chandrabhaga beach is situated 30 Km from city Puri. On the way to Konark Temple comes this beautiful beach. Cleanliness, full of blue color and sparkling its spectacular view. Really heart don't want to move for a single minute from beach.
4. Konarak Sun Temple:
Konark Temple is combination of creative art and designing, itself a masterpiece of India.
The temple dedicated to Lord Sun and is listed it as a world heritage site, was built in 13th century by King Nasimhadeva I. Konarak Temple is Lord Sun Chariot, Konark Temple shows life cycle of a man from child to an adult (the erotic sculptures of maithunas) to an old man aiming for higher spiritual goals in life. Chariot wheel indicates time of day.
Thanks to all travel lovers and readers, who read my small experience of Incredible odisha. Nature lovers and art lovers do visit wonder at the craftsmanship of ancient man.