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The beautiful lake & the nearby Chilika Lagoon highlight the ecological diversity Odisha is blessed with. While Tampara is a fresh water lake, Chilika is a brackish water lagoon. Kanjia Lake: Lake inside the Nandankanan Zoological Park known for boat riding and scenic beauty situated at Bhubaneswar

Day 01: Bhubaneswar Local Sightseeing

Upon arrival at Bhubaneswar Airport/Railway station, transfer to hotel and check in to the hotel, After fresh up visit Lingaraj Temple (Dedicated to Harihara, a combination of Lord Shiv & Vishnu, this temple was constructed in the 11th century, by JajatiKeshari, a Somavanshi king), Mukteswar temple(This temple that this become famous as “Gem Of Odisha Architecture” ), Kedar Gouri Temple. Then back to hotel & overnight stay at Bhubaneswar.


Day 02:- Bhubaneswar – Olasingh – Gopalpur

After breakfast checkout from hotel then drive to Olasingh Weaver Village, famous for Tussar Silk Fabric. Explore the village by walk, visit their handloom unit with the village leader. Here you will witness also the classical tiger mask dance. Second half visit to Mangalozodi Eco village to sea Fishing Net weaving & Boat Making process. Mangalozodi is known for Bird Paradise & famous for Community based tourism. This is the best example for conservation of natural habitat & Ecology. Then check in to hotel. Overnight stay at Gopalpur.


Day 03: Gopalpur – Padmanabhpur – Berhampur -Bhubaneswar

After breakfast check out from hotel then visit to Padmanavpur village (it’s a cotton weaving village). This is evident from the traditional charkhas and handlooms operational at households in this village. According to weaver families of this heritage crafts village, weaving as livelihood continues for over 200 years, yet it had got a fillip during Gandhian era of swadeshi and khadi. Then proceed to Berhampur city, Bada Bazaar inside the city, as well as in Bakra Nuapada and Pital villages under Chikiti block of Ganjam district. Then Proceed Bhubaneswar, check in to hotel, and overnight stay at Bhubaneswar.


Day 04: - Bhubaneswar – Gopalpur (Jajpur) – Bhubaneswar

After breakfast visit to Gopalpur village in Jajpur district. Gopalpur village is famous for producing Tussar fabrics. It is in Jajpur District in the Indian state of Odisha. The embellishments increase the value of the fabric. Alternatively, reeling machines are available. Traditionally, thread is wound around the chadaki to fill the bobbins (nali) for weft with the help of a spinning wheel (charakha). Gandhi charakha or wooden charakha have been replaced by a metal part. Shuttles on both sides interlock with the main shuttle for the main body of the fabric. By tie and die bandha technique, the foda kumbha pattern is copied for multiple productions. After visit the village back to Bhubaneswar and overnight stay at Bhubaneswar.


Day 05 Bhubaneswar – Nuapatana –Maniabandha –Bhubaneswar

After breakfast visit Nuapatana textile village, the village has a distinct place in the map of Indian textiles, their TIE & DYE patterns popularly known as “IKAT”. Then visit Maniabandha Textile village back to hotel & overnight at Bhubaneswar


Day 06:- Bhubaneswar – Bantu – Pipipli – Bhubaneswar

After breakfast visit Bantu textile village, where the weavers weaving only the traditional wrappers, napkins. Then proceed Pipili, is well known for its Applique work. Pipili appliqué work owes its origin to the culture of Lord Jagannath during the 12th century.[3] Earlier applique umbrellas and canopies were prepared by the Gajapatis for the annual Ratha Jatra of Jagannath. Nowadays its usage is more in household, decorative and festival products. The base cloth includes water proof material for umbrellas, velvet for tents, cotton, and threads. Mythical and natural   figures   are   used   for   the   work,   including peacocks, ducks, parrots, trees, elephants, creepers, flowers such as jasmine and lotus, the Sun, half-moon, and Rahu (a mythical demon who once who swallowed up the sun).The craft involves embroidering and stitching. For attaching the pieces of cloth the makers use straight stitch, satin stitch, blind stitch, or buttonhole stitch. Sometimes they also make mirror work and many decorative stitches. We will see the details one of the workshop. Then back to Bhubaneswar and overnight stay at Bhubaneswar.


Day 07:- Bhubaneswar – Drop


After breakfast check out from hotel then visit to Ekamra Haat, then drop at Bhubaneswar Airport/Railway Station for your onwards journey with sweet memories of Odisha

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