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Tourism in Sambalpur

Sambalpur is one of the chronicled spots of Odisha and is located deep in the lap of nature. There are a few tourist places that are visited by the thousands of the visitor every year that visit Odisha. It is accepted that the name of Sambalpur is determined from the presiding Goddess Samalai whose idol was found by the King Balaram Dev, the first Chauhan Raja of Sambalpur, amidst sixteenth Century underneath a simul or otherwise called the silk cotton tree.

Tourism in Sambalpur

The whole state of Odisha is said to be a state of Temples. Sambalpur additionally has several temples and religious spots placed in the city. Some of the most famous temples of Sambalpur are the Brahampura temple, Liakhai Temple, Timini, Bariha, Madanmohan, and many more. Sambalpur is accepted to be affected by a whole lot by the Vaishnava customs however individuals are found visiting the Shaiva Mathas and Shiva temples.

The temple of Lord Shiva spotted at the of Budharaja Hills, Loknath, Maneswar and Gupteswar and along with the Goddess Samaleswari Temple, Mahamayi temple etc are the images of presence of the Shiv-shakti in the district of Sambalpur. Inclining Temple of Lord Shiva at Huma likewise depicts the compositional proofs and the rich society of the state of Odisha.

There are several mosques and churches in Sambalpur that talks about the communal harmony of city. Being the most imperative commercial centre as well as the district headquarter town, Sambalpur is also famous for the textile industries and specifically the tie-and-die Ikat work. The cultural dance form of Sambalpur, Karama, is being performed on most of the festivals especially the Bhardrav Ekadashi which falls during the months of August and September.

Weather and Best Time to Visit Sambalpur

The climate of Sambalpur is said to be of extreme type and mostly with the summers being very hot and the winters being very much chilled. In summer the temperature takes a height of around 40 degree Celsius and in winter it reaches to the lowest of 1 degree Celsius. Every year Sambalpur receives heavy rainfall and is believed to be of great importance as it serves the purpose of irrigation to the fields and agriculture industry gets a boost due to the monsoon. The months of September to March are the best time to visit Sambalpur.

Travel in Sambalpur

Rickshaws, Auto rickshaws and the town buses are said to be the most common mediums to travel in the City of Sambalpur. As Sambalpur is a not so very busy city the visitors visiting the place use mostly the public transport mediums which are the best to use while traveling the city. Although the private taxis are ready to hire in order to travel the nearby tourist places of Sambalpur.

Food in Sambalpur

Being one of the most famous cities of the western Odisha, Sambalpur offers some of the best restaurants that serve some of the best cuisines of the state. Emphasis on the Odiya food with the ingredients of called as ‘Panch-Phutana’ which is said to be a mix of mustard, fenugreek, cumin and verities of garam masala. A wide range of local Oriya dishes can be found easily in any corner of the city. For more information on food in Sambalpur, click here

Shopping in Sambalpur

Handlooms and textile industry is said to be the most famous in Sambalpur. These are pretty affordable ones and also come in varieties of Colors. Golebazar is one of the famous market place of Sambalpur that deals in the Sambalpur handloom. Big Bazar and a whole complex is also emerging in the City Centre mall situated in Modipara road of Sambalpur. For more  information on shopping in Sambalpur, click here

Tourism Attractions of Sambalpur

Situated deep in the lap of nature Sambalpur has got some of the most amazing attractions for the visitors. Goddess Samaleswari Temple. The famous Samaleswari temple dedicated to Goddess Samaleswari is said to be one of the most prominent attractions of Sambalpur. Asia’s one of the biggest and strongest dams, Hirakud is also located at Samabalpur attracting several tourists every year. Near to the Hirakud Dam there is the Ushakothi Wildlife Sanctuary which is one of the most famous spots of Odisha. In other attraction of Sambalpur it includes, the famous Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuar , The Leaning Temple of Lord Shiva at Huma, Cattle Island near Hirakud, Nrusimhanath Temple, Pradhanpat hill, Chiplima and Ghanteswari Temple, Budha Raja Temple, Hatibari and Vikramkhol. Click here for more information on tourist attractions in Sambalpur

Hotels in Sambalpur

Sambalpur is one of the famous tourist spot of the western Odisha which witness thousands of tourists visiting all round the year from various corners of world. Sambalpur offers some of the finest hotels and lodging facilities of the state. There are also guest houses and lodging facilities along with dharamsalaas for the tourist visiting the city of Sambalpur.

Some Quick Facts about Sambalpur

Clothing: Sambalpur is worldwide famous for its handlooms, especially the Sambalpuri sari which is the ethnic outfits of the Sambalpuri women.

Languages spoken: Sambalpur is also known for the special way of speaking the Odiya language, which is known as Sambalpuri language. Languages that are mostly being used across the city are the local Sambalpuri Oriya language along with Hindi, English and Bengali at several parts of the City.

STD Code: The STD Code of the Sambalpur is 06663

Population: 2,69,575 as per the 2011 Census

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