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Dhauligiri Shanti Stupa

Vaibhav Mishra
We started at 8:00 Am from Bhubaneswar for Puri. I got to know that Dhauli Shanti Stupa comes on the way to Puri so we took a break over there and enjoyed the beauty of Shanti Stupa architecture. Shanti Stupa, also know as Peace Pagoda is located at Dhauligiri (A place which is known for the end of Great Kalinga War) whose foundation was laid by the great Ashoka. You will feel good vibes over there. It is one of the major attraction in Bhubaneswar city.
Baidehi Ghosh
Dhauli - About 8 km from Bhubaneswar, this hill is surrounded by vast spaces containing Ashokan edicts. The road to Dhauli is perfect for a long ride.Market Building(near Master Canteen area) - This is a flea market in Bhubeneswar where you can buy all kinds of clothes, accessories, food, decorative items at a cheap price.On top of these, there are malls like Symphony Mall, Esplanade Mall and BMC Mall. Bhubaneswar houses many picturesque cafes and restaurants. If you visit in winter, Nandan Kanan Zoo is a must visit too. There are few other dams like the Naraj Dam and the Jhumka dam.Bhubaneswar is connected by road, air, railways from all over India. Everyone should visit this charming city once in a lifetime.
Krishna Raghav
1. Dhauli Hills - Situated around 8 kms from Bhubaneswar, Dhauli hills are considered the site of Kalinga War fought by Ashoka. Many Ashokan Rock Edicts can be found here. On the top of the hill, a Shanti Stupa (Peace Pagoda) has been built which is an important site for Buddhists. Unfortunately, it is not as well maintained as one would like it to be.
Krishna Raghav
1. Dhauli Hills - Situated around 8 kms from Bhubaneswar, Dhauli hills are considered the site of Kalinga War fought by Ashoka. Many Ashokan Rock Edicts can be found here. On the top of the hill, a Shanti Stupa (Peace Pagoda) has been built which is an important site for Buddhists. Unfortunately, it is not as well maintained as one would like it to be.
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