Puri, located in Odisha, is one of the major four-shrine sites for Hindus which is part of the Char Dham Yatra in India.
Vaishnavite Hindus believe that visiting Jagannath Puri, Dwarka, Badrinath, and Rameshram will help to achieve Moksha so they try to visit these pilgrimage sites.
Puri is a holy city situated on the coastline of Bay of Bengal known as the resting place of Lord Shiva, the royal history and heritage of Puri is believed to date back to the third century. Puri, Konark, and Bhubaneshwar completing the Golden Triangle of Orissa, with its religious significance and cultural heritage, the state also has many tourist spots.
Visitors come here must visit the Jagannath temple and take Prasadam in the Mandir. Pandas of Mandir assist you to visit the temple and get Prasadam smoothly.
Besides, Puri is famous for taking a bath on the beaches.
Some of the most visited temples here are Jagannath Temple, Gundicha Ghar Temple, Konark Temple, Loknath Temple, and Ardhasani Temple. All these temples have their own distinct identity.
Culture of Puri is considered to be a mixture of mind and soul where people live with their art, customs, and practices. People in Puri celebrate their culture in various festivals.
And amidst these festivals, the Rath Yatra in Jagannath Temple is considered to be of great importance. Lakhs of devotees come here during yearly Rath Yatra held in the month of June-July every year.
The Puri is situated on the seashore of the Bay of Bengal in the state of Odisha, hence the traditional art form here also includes marine crafts.
The culture of Puri is a symbolic representation of its history, architecture, literature, arts, and crafts. It is famous for its architecture, temples, beaches, and natural beauty. Puri is a very delightful place to visit with family and friends.