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Katak - କଟକ
Cuttack
Katak - କଟକ
Location of Katak - କଟକ
in Orissa and India
Coordinates 20°16′N 85°31′E / 20.27°N 85.52°E / 20.27; 85.52
Country  India
State Orissa
District(s) Cuttack District
Mayor Soumendra Ghosh[1]
Population
Density
534,654 (2001)
4,382.23 /km2 (11,350 /sq mi)
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)
Area
Elevation
195 km2 (75 sq mi)
36 m (118 ft)

Cuttack About this sound Cuttack (Oriya: କଟକ , Hindi: कटक) is the largest city in the state of Orissa, India, jointly with apparently newly planned city Bhubaneswar. It is the headquarters of Cuttack district and lies about 30 km to the north east of Bhubaneswar, the state capital of Orissa. The name of the city is an Anglicised form of Kataka that literally means The Fort, a reference to the ancient Barabati Fort around which the city developed. The city is spread across an area of 195 km2 (75 sq mi) and is situated right in the centre of the Mahanadi delta.[2]

Established in 989 CE, Cuttack was the seat of government in Orissa for close to a thousand years before its burgeoning size forced the creation of a new capital at Bhubaneswar in 1948. The two cities are collectively referred to as the Twin Cities today. Cuttack remains the cultural,educational and commercial capital of Orissa and is world famous[citation needed] for its unique silver filigree works and textiles of woven silk and cotton.

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History

Early history of Cuttack is associated with the Keshari dynasty. As stated by the distinguished historian A. Stirling, present-day Cuttack was established as a military cantonment by king Nrupa Keshari of Keshari dynasty in 989 A.D. Stirling based his opinion on Madala Panji, a chronicle of Jagannath temple of Puri. The reign of Markata Keshari was distinguished for the stone embank built to protect the new capital from flood in 1002 A.D.

Historical evidence suggests Cuttack becoming capital of a Kingdom founded by Anangabhimadeva of Ganga dynasty in 1211 A.D. After the end of Ganga rule, Orissa passed to the hands of the Gajapati Kings (1435-1541 A.D.) of Solar dynasty under whom Cuttack continued to be the capital of Orissa. After the death of Mukunda deva, the last Hindu king of Orissa, Cuttack first came under Muslim rules and later under Mughals.

By 1750, Cuttack came under Maratha rules and it grew fast as a business centre being the convenient point of contact between the Marathas of Nagpur and the English Merchants of Bengal. It was occupied by the British in 1803 and later became the capital of Orissa division in 1816. From 1948 onwards, when the capital was shifted to Bhubaneswar, the city remained the administrative headquarters of Orissa.

Remnants of an old fort called Barabati still exist in the heart of Cuttack with the moat around the fort. Nearby is a modern stadium called the Barabati Stadium, host to many national and international cricket matches. Recently the stadium was updated with floodlights and D/N matches are taking place. Recent growth of the city has resulted in expansion across the river Kathjori and a newer township towards the head of the delta formed between the tributary Kathjori river and the Mahanadi. Cuttack is referred to as a city with Babaan Bazaar, Teppan Galee i.e. a city having 52 markets and 53 streets.

Geography and Climate

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Cuttack is located at 20°30′N 85°50′E / 20.5°N 85.83°E / 20.5; 85.83.[3] and has an average elevation of 36 metres (118 ft). Located at the apex of the Mahanadi delta, the city is surrounded by the river and its tributaries on almost all sides. These include the Kathjori, the Kuakhai and the Birupa. The summer season is from March to June when the climate is hot and humid. Thunderstorms are common at the height of the summer. The monsoon months are from July to October when the city receives most of its rainfall from the South West Monsoon. The annual rainfall is around 144 cm. The winter season from November to February is characterised by mild temperatures and occasional showers. Temperatures may exceed 40°C at the height of summer and may fall to below 10°C in winter.

The city is prone to cyclones from the Bay of Bengal. Summer thunderstorms also cause a lot of damage. Cuttack is however safe from earthquakes, being situated in the relatively safe seismic zone II.

The Mahanadi provides much of the drinking water to the city. There are also numerous ponds (pokhars) in the city that store rain water. The river is also used as a dumping ground for sewage produced in the city.

Cultural and Religious aspects

Uttareswar Temple

Temples

Cuttack hosts Paramahansa Nath temple (near Biribati, 14 km away from the city center), the famous Katak Chandi Temple, Bhattarika Temple, Dhabaleswar temple, Panchamukhi Hanuman temple and others. The Barabati fort houses the Gada Chandi temple which is one of the oldest temples in Cuttack. The Dhabaleswar temple is located on an island in the river Mahanadi and is connected to the mainland by a long hanging bridge. The pillar less hanging bridge is unique of its kind in India.

Sikh shrines

Here is situated a holy historical Sikh shrine 'The Gurdwara Daatan Sahib'. It is here that the first Sikh Guru, Shree Guru Nanak Dev halted on his way to Puri. It is believed that a tree branch planted by him after using it as a tooth cleaner still flourishes here, hence the name Daatan Sahib.

Mosques

QADAM-E-RASOOL

Cuttack town enjoyed for a pretty long time the honour of being the seat of political authority of the Muslims in Orissa. During this period numerous Muslim monuments were built in Cuttack. The Qadam-E-Rasool is a monument of beauty built by Shujaddin Khan. At four corners of its high compound wall are four small yet strong towers constructed out of chiselled stone. It is adorned with four flat domes and pucca pavements from all direction of the grave yard to the main octagonal building with magnificent dome in the centre. It contains the foot print of the Prophet engraved in a circular stone. The dome outside is adorned with a golden pinnacle.

JUMA MASJID

As the name suggests Juma, means Big, this masjid is the oldest, biggest, and the most beautiful masjid of Cuttack. It was built during the period of Mughals. It possesses several rooms for visitors and students. Earlier there used to be a Madrasa in this mosque. However, since last 10 years, the Madrasa is shifted out of the mosque. The neighbourhoods surrounding the Juma Masjid are habited both by Hindus and Muslims, who live peacefully with perfect communal harmony.

SHAHI MOSQUE

The Shahi mosque is situated inside the Barabati fort. It is structurally similar to the Ujale Khan mosque at Mohammadia Bazaar. All these mosques are adorned with beautiful domes on hexagonal base. Stones and tiles are used in construction of the mosque. It seems that during the British rule of Orissa, it was used as a Magazine as it is apparent from the two Mehrabs on the flanks which are closed with bricks.

Churches

Cuttack houses several churches that include holy rosary church, Oriya baptist church etc.

Netaji Museum

Cuttack takes pride in being the birthplace of the prominent Indian statesman, independence leader and freedom-fighter Subhash Chandra Bose. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose studied in an Anglo school till standard six which is now known as Stewart School and then shifted to Ravenshaw Collegiate school of Cuttack. The birth place of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose which is known as Janakinath Bhawan in Oriya Bazar has now been converted to a museum named Netaji Birth Place Museum where original letters written by Netaji along with other Netaji's important materials are exhibited.

Oriya Film Industry

The Oriya Film Industry [4] has its base in Cuttack.

Cuisine

Among the culinary delights unique to the Millenium City, none compare the famed Dahibara and Aludum, a spicy concoction of three basic dishes i.e., dahibara - vadas soaked in skim yoghurt, ghuguni - curried chickpeas and aludum - whole size potatoes immersed in fiery curry. All and sundry sample this traditional dish nearly every day and is a must on most tourists' itinerary. Other popular fast foods include Chat, Gup-chup (pani puri).

There are several nice restaurants in Cuttack that serve very good food at reasonable price. Some of the nice restaurants of Cuttack are situated near College square (close to Railway station).

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,[5] Cuttack had a population of 534,654. Males constituted 52% of the population and females 48%. Cuttack has an average literacy rate of 77% with male literacy at 86% and female literacy at 67%. 29% of the population is under 14 years of age.

Around 70% of the city's population is Hindu. Muslims account for around 28% while Christians and Sikhs comprise the rest.[6]

Politics

At the Parliament Cuttack has been the seat of Orissa politics since a long time.In the Indian parliament, Cuttack parliamentary constituency is represented by Mr. Bhartruhari Mahatab of Biju Janata Dal (BJD).

At the state Assembly Cuttack City is divided into three constituencies viz. Barabati-Cuttack, Choudwar-Cuttack and Cuttack Sadar. Cuttack sadar is represented by Mr Kalindi Behera of (BJD) Biju Janata Dal whereas Cuttack Barabati is represented by Mr.Debasish (Rishi) Samantaray of BJD at the State Legislative Assembly while Choudwar-cuttack is represented by Mr. Pravat Biswal (BJD).

At the Municipal Corporation Mr. Soumendra Ghosh is the Mayor of the Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC)[7]. He is a lawyer by profession and won the municipal elections with a Biju Janata Dal (BJD)[8] ticket.

Sports and Entertainment

Sports facilities

Modern Cuttack is the home to Barabati Stadium[9], an important venue for international cricket matches[citation needed]. Cuttack also possesses Jawaharlal Nehru indoor stadium.

Cuttack has a branch of sports authority of India (SAI) training centres, which was established on 26 March 1987, under Sports Hostel Scheme at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack. Government of Orissa has provided accommodation facility at Barabati stadium for boys and at Jawaharlal Nehru indoor stadium for girls. The centre gives training for athletics, basketball, football, volleyball, and gymnastic.There is a quite nice athletic track at the Satyabrata stadium, near Barabati stadium.

The ring road (that surrounds Cuttack) along rivers Mahanadi and Kathajodi is a popular (and safe) morning-walk route for the residents of Cuttack.

Libraries

Cuttack is blessed with the huge collection of books and journals in Kanika Library.

For Oriya literature, there is Padhiari Pathagara with a decent collection of books.

The municipality run library (situated close to Badambadi by the Kathajodi river side) has a very good collection of books, magazines, and journals.


Theatres

Cuttack had been the centre of art and literature in the past.

Cuttack has several movie theatres playing movie in Oriya, Hindi, and English languages. To carter the need of a large Telugu audience in Cuttack, a few theatres also play Telugu movie. Some of the well-known theatres are Grand, Jayashree (Badambadi), Nishamani (Link road), Samrat, Devi-Durga, etc.

Parks

Cuttack has a deer park, near Barabati stadium, overseeing the beautiful Mahandi river.

There are other parks run by the Cuttack municipality (for example, one at CDA, or at Badambadi).

Biju-Pattnaik park at Bidanasi (on the way to Dhabaleswar temple) is quite a large and nice park for spending your afternoons and evenings. Its also a popular destination for a mini-picnic.


Freedom Fighter's Memorial

It was inaugurated by Hon Chief Minister of Orissa Mr Naveen Patnaik on 23rd January -Netaji Jayanti (Netaji Subas Chandra Bose Birthday) in the year 2010.It is situated at the old jail complex (near Big Bazar),Dargha Bazaar , Cuttack.

Industries

Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys (IMFA), the country's largest producer of ferrous alloys is situated at Choudwar, Cuttack.

There are a few more industries in Chowdwar. For example the paper mill and the Orissa textile mill.

OSL Group one of the leading stevedoring firms of the country is also head quartered in Cuttack.

Media

Electronic Media

Cuttack has a Doordarshan centre which telecasts Oriya programs.It also has a branch the All India Radio which broadcasts AM as well as FM radio in the twin cities. At present BIG 92.7 FM, RED FM, Radio Chokolate and FM Rainbow are available in the twin cities.

Print Media

There are many print media houses in Cuttack. The samaj (founded by Pandit Gopabandhu Das), The prajatantra (founded by Harekrushna Mahatab, former Orissa CM and Maharasthra Governor).

Hospitals

General Hospital Cuttack has the largest medical college in Orissa - the SCB medical college and hospital. The hospital has emergency centre, outdoor (for walk in patients), and in house facilities. In SCB medical campus there is an operative blood bank in the name of Guru Nanak Dev.

Sishu Bhavan (paediatric hospital) Cuttack has a big Sishu bhavan (paediatric hospital). The hospital has close collaboration with Japanese/Korean government. The hospital is well equipped with many modern health care instruments.

Eye hospital At sector 6 of CDA in Cuttack, there is a very nice eye hospital run by rotary association. The hospital is well equipped with the instruments required for advanced eye surgeries. The hospital employs very high quality doctors.

Private hospitals and nursing homes Apart from public run hospitals, Cuttack has also plenty of private nursing homes and clinics. These nursing homes carry out many surgeries and other advanced treatments. In general, the private medical homes have a good reputation in Cuttack.

Education and Research

Primary and Secondary Schools

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The aerial view of a busy road in Cuttack during Dussehra

Schools in Cuttack are affiliated with the Board of Secondary Education Orissa (BSE), the all-India Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) boards. Oriya and English are the usual language of instruction. Secondary board high school (S.B.H.S), considered to be one of the finest schools in the state, is situated here. It is the only school of its kind in the entire state and few of its kind in country.

The other important school in Cuttack is the famous Ravenshaw Collegiate school which proudly boasts many eminent personalities in its alumni including Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, Biju Pattnaik, Harekrushna Mahtab, etc. Among other notable schools (run by Orissa state board) are Pyari Mohan Academy, Badambadi New Colony High School, etc.

Cuttack houses a number of excellent public schools both in ICSE and CBSE such as the Stewart School[10], New Stewart School[11], SCB Medical Public School, Cambridge school, St. Joseph's Girls High school, D.P.S. Kalinga[12], D.A.V. Public School, St. Xavier's High School,Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Kendriya Vidyalaya etc. Together, these schools have brought pride and recognition to the city, state and country in the field of education.

Colleges

General Colleges Cuttack has a number of high level colleges giving education in science, social science, and humanities. The colleges teach both +2 (intermediate) and +3 (bachelor) classes. Some of the prominent colleges are: Ravenshaw, JKBK, Stewart Science college, Christ college, etc.

Medical Colleges SCB medical College, one of the premier medical colleges in India and the largest medical institution in Orissa, proudly associates its origin to the Silver city - Cuttack. This college produces one of the finest brand of doctors every year. The quality of education imparted in SCB medical college is quite high. SCB medical college has produced some of the very first licensed medical practitioners of India medical fraternity. SCB medical college also has a dental college which gives bachelors degree in dental surgery.

Law Colleges Cuttack houses one of the premier National Law Universities of the country. It also has the Madhu Sudan Law college, named after Madhusudan Das. It is considered to be one of the best law schools in India.

Technical Colleges

Cuttack is home to several technical institutions which includes Bhubananda Orissa School of Engineering (BOSE), IPSAR, IMIT, Ajay Binay Institute of Technology (ABIT), DRIEMS, and JIET. The twin cities house around 40 engineering colleges. There exists a textile engineering college in Chowdwar. There is also a Biju Pattnaik film and television institute offering professional courses.

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Research Institutes

Central Rice Research Institute (CRRI) [13]

(http://crri.nic.in/) Cuttack hosts several national research laboratories such as the Central Rice Research Institute, located in Bidyadharpur, Cuttack. This is a premier institute of rice research in the whole of South Asia.

National Institute of Rehabilitation and Training (NIRTAR) [14]

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River cruise on the river Mahanadi

(http://nirtar.nic.in/) The National Institute of Rehabilitation Training and Research (NIRTAR) is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India. It is located in a beautiful rural area at Olatpur at a distance of 30 Kms. from Cuttack and Bhubaneswar. It conducts three Bachelor Degree courses in Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics, two Postgraduate courses in Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy affiliated to Utkal University, Bhubaneswar.

Regional Spinal Injury Centre (RSIC)

The Regional Spinal Injury Centre, Cuttack has been functioning inside the S.C.B. Medical College Campus since 2001. RSIC is an autonomous organization under the administrative and financial control of Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Orissa and is headed by Director of the RSIC. This is one of the institutions which provide rehabilitation measures to persons with disabilities especially spinal injury.

Acharya Harihar Regional Cancer Centre (AHRCC)

The AHRCC, the only one of its kind in east India, carries out high-end research and treatment in cancer.

Public offices

Cuttack houses the High court of Orissa. Orissa Public Service Commission (OPSC),Orissa State Financial Corporation (OSFC) & Orissa Small Industries Corporation (OSIC) is also situated in Cuttack. The printing press for government of Orissa is situated in Cuttack.

Transport

The nearest airport is the Biju Patnaik Airport at Bhubaneswar, about 28 km away. A domestic airport, it has flights to almost all major Indian cities. The Charbatia Airbase located in Cuttack is for the exclusive use of the Indian Air Force.

Cuttack Rail Station

Cuttack is an important station on the Howrah-Chennai mainline of the East Coast Railway and falls under the Khurda Road division. A branch line to Paradeep starts from Cuttack. It is connected to all parts of India through trains run by the Indian Railways.

National Highway 5 passes through the city. A part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, this highway runs from Chennai to Kolkata. Feeder state highways connect Cuttack to Jajpur, Paradeep, Talcher etc.

Intra city transport is primarily through Cycle rickshaws. There is a threadbare bus service that serves the outermost parts of the city.

Festivals

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A beautiful Silver Filigree creation of Goddess Durga in Cuttack

Cuttack, being the aesthetic capital of Orissa for a long period of time, celebrates all festivals from all religions with much fanfare and devotion.

Dusshera, the festival of goddess Durga, is very popular in Cuttack. Idols are worshipped in many streets and localities. In this city, Dussehra is famous for its Chandi Medhas, in which the idols are adorned with huge amounts of gold and silver, with localities trying to outsmart each other by constructing more attractive idols. Indeed, the whole city comes to a standstill on Astami, Navami and Dashami (the eighth, ninth and tenth days of Dussehra) as people travel all over the city appreciating all the idols put forth by the neighbourhoods.

Kali puja, Just after Durga puja gets over, cuttackis gear up with all their vigour to celebrate Kali puja.On the auspicious day of Diwali amidst the burning of effigy of the demon Ravana on the banks of Mahanadi (called Gadgadia ghat) people not only celebrate the victory of good over evil but also pay tribute to the goddess Kali.

Bali Yatra,But the festival which Cuttackis look forward to most is the Bali Yatra. In olden times, merchants from Orissa used to trade with South-East Asian countries. And whatever items they brought from those places after trading Oriya goods used to be put up for sale in the capital city (which was then Cuttack). People from all over the state and beyond used to come to Cuttack to buy these items. Bali Yatra is the festival of continuing this ancient tradition. It is held every year in the month of November on the banks of the Mahanadi ("Bali Yatra" literally means a festival to celebtate the trade that the ancient Oriyas had with the island of Bali in the ancient days), where many stalls are set up selling both local and exotic goods. People from all over Orissa come to the Baliyatra to buy items, as was the custom back in those days.

Kartikeshwar puja,What doubles the celebration of Bali Yatra is the Kartikeswar Puja. The ever well organized puja committees(commiitees in charge of carrying out the worshipping of the diety) of cuttack get ready for Kartikeswar Puja.Kartikeshwar is the eldest son of Lord Shiva.No where else except sabarimala does the Kartikeswar puja is carried out with so much elan. Kite flying is also celebrated with much enthusiasm and energy in the city. Kite-flying culminates with the Makar Sankranti, with kite-flying competitions being held all over the city.

All the other regular Indian festivals like Ganesh puja, Saraswati puja, Holi, Id, Good Friday, Rath Yatra, Diwali, Christmas and the numerous Hindu festivals are also celebrated here.

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Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikitravel

Cuttack is a city in the state of Orissa in India.

Understand

Cuttack is also referred to as the millenium city of Orissa. The city is more than a thousand years old. It is also called the Silver City because it is world famous for its silver filigree work. Also, it is referred to as the business capital of the state. It was the previous capital of Orissa until the capital was shifted to Bhubaneshwar. Now, it is a modern city but with lots of old traditions attached to it. Cuttack has a perfect combination of traditional and modern lifestyle.

Get in

By air

Bhubaneswar, the nearest airport is around 30 km away.

CUTTACK has a defence airport in the Charbatia area.

By train

Cuttack is situated on the East Coast line from Kolkata to Chennai. For timings etc. check with Indian Railways.

Get around

Hired cars, auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws are readily available for moving around. City/Town Buses cover part of the city. Bus Route: College square - OMP - Link Road - Badambari BusStop - Ring Road - High Court.

See

Seeing places in Cuttack depends on the time of the year you are visiting this place. Summers are hot as temperatures can reach 49 degrees celsius. If you arrive in Autumn (Sept to November) you can see this city showing its cultural tradition. It's the time of most of the festivals. Easily the second largest celebration of Durga Puja with a huge following, Cuttack hosts about 1000-1500 Puja pandals every year. Each of them is quite unique and distinct in shape and size. It is quite crowded during this time and chances are that you may not be allowed to travel in your vehicle through most of the parts of the city. If you have time and you are fit enough, just settle for walking throughout the city.

Cuttack was established more than 1000 years ago as a military establishment. You can still see the remnants in the old city. There is a fort which is still being excavated by the ASI. Cuttack is said to have survived a dangerous past due to the presence of Maa Cuttack Chandi and Maa Gada Chandi who guard the cities from the evil eyes and the mighty Mahanadi. Its perhaps only the second lowest city in the world after Amsterdam which is below sea level. Cuttack is protected from the mighty Mahandi and Kathjodi by the Baimundi Mark which acts as an embankment to the city.

Cuttack is famous for its world famous silver filigree work. If you visit don't miss the mouth watering plate of "Dahi-Vada, Aludam ghuguni, seu". You will also get best of Mutton, Cham and Chicken Chops at Professor Para. If you happen want to have a lonely evening and fresh air .. Just hop in to Bidanasi River Embankment or have a drive/ride on the Baimundi Marg... you won't be disappointed.

Cuttack is known as a place of Bawan Bazar Tepan Gali(Meaning:'52 Markets, 53 Lanes'). This place might give you the impression of a old place with very small and dirty lanes, but thats how you define a lotus.

Take a stroll on the banks of River Kathajodi and enjoy the sunset. This is a magnificent site. If you are visiting Cuttack sometimes in Mid of October or November do not forget to enjoy the Dusshera and Balijatra (the biggest tradefair held in the eastern region).

  • Filigree work in silver and ivory.
  • Textiles - the famous Cuttacki or Katki saris.
  • Filigree Work - Ashok Jewellers Nayasadak Cuttack. 091-0671-2619203 , 091 9861370725

Eat

Mouthwatering, Roadside 'Dahiwada, Aaludum, ghuguni and seu'. (Its little spicy) Paw Bhaji near Gauri shankar park. Hot tea and coffee near cantonment road.

Drink

These are readily available.

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  • Hotel Bishal, Badambadi, Telephone +91 671 2310993/ 2310752, Tariff Rs. 300 – 400.
  • Hotel Silver City, Badambadi, Telephone +91 671 2335320/ 2335317, E mail: hotelsilvercity@yahoo.com, Tariff Rs. 230 – 600
  • Hotel Manorama Plaza, Mahatab Road, Telephone +91 671 2331681, Fax +91 671 2329139, Tariff Rs. 450 – 950.
  • Hotel Basanti Mahatab Road, Telephone +91 671 2310613/ 2329461, Tariff Rs. 150 – 400.
  • Hotel Shri Jagannath, Mahatab Road, Telephone +91 671 2310804/ 2327805/ 2327806, Tariff Rs. 120 – 750.
  • Devlok Lodge, Madhupatna, Telephone +91 671 2344524, Tariff Rs. 50 – 130.
  • Hotel Jashmine, Sikharpur, Telephone +91 671 2441762/ 2441633, Tariff Rs. 120 – 400.
  • Indrapuri Lodge, Machhua Bazar, Telephone +91 671 2620890, Tariff Rs. 35 – 105.
  • Kathajodi Lodge, Government Press Chhak, Telephone +91 671 2343168, Tariff Rs. 60 – 120.
  • Hotel Mayur, Gandarpur, Telephone +91 671 2441406/ 2440128, Tariff Rs. 80 - 200
  • Hotel Anand, Ranihat, Canal Road, Telephone +91 671 23093296, Tariff Rs. 100 - 140
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