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  Cuttack - LoveToKnow 1911
CUTTACK, a city and district of British India in the Orissa division of Bengal.
The city is situated at the head of the delta of the Mahanadi.
The Cuttack delta is divided into two great valleys, one of them lying between the Baitarani and the Brahmani,'the other between the Brahmani and the Mahanadi.
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 Cuttack, Information about Cuttack, Cuttack Tour
Cuttack is situated at the head of the delta formed by the Mahanadi river and surrounded by the Mahanadi river and its tributary Kathahuri.
The main tourist attraction in Cuttack are the Simhanath and Madhava Temple, Barabati fort and Ratnagiri and Lalitgiri caves.
Cuttack is situated on the south eastern railways and is direct connected to Bhubaneshwar, Puri, Calcutta, Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai.
www.indovacations.net /english/AboutCuttack.htm   (625 words)

  
  Cuttack may get tri-series match
Cuttack, not one of the favourite cricket venues of visiting teams, is likely to host a one-day international during the triangular series between India, New Zealand and Australia in October-November this year.
Cuttack has been in the eye of a storm in recent times because of ticket scams besides the travelling distance of teams from Bhubaneswar -- which forces cricketers to leave their hotels at 6.30 in the morning for a 9 a.m match.
Cuttack is a regular one-day venue under the BCCI calendar but due to lack of a five-star hotel and transportation problems, it has hosted only two Tests, the last being the one against New Zealand in 1995-96.
www.rediff.com /cricket/2003/jun/09cuttack.htm?zcc=ar   (481 words)

  
 History of Cuttack
Cuttack which is one of the oldest cities of India and the capital city of Orissa for almost nine centuries was built as a military cantonment in 989 A.D. by the king of Nrupa Keshari as stated by the distinguished historian Stirling.
Location: Cuttack is the administrative headquarters of the district and is situated in a tongue ;of land formed by the Mahanadi and Kathojodi rivers at their points of bifurcation in 20 degree 29 inch North latitude and 85 degree 52 inch East longitude.
Cuttack has all along been enjoying the unique privilege of being the administrative and the commercial nerve center of Orissa Division till 1936, and with the formation of the province of Orissa during that year, it was exalted to be the Head Quarters of the new province.
cuttack.nic.in /history/history_cuttack.htm   (829 words)

  
 Cuttack Orissa Information,Cuttack Information Guide,Orissa Cuttack Guide
One of Orissa's oldest cities (Abhinaba Baranasi Kataka of medieval times), Cuttack is a bustling commercial centre, situated on the delta formed by the Mahanadi and Kathjori rivers.
Cuttack is 29-km from Bhubaneswar by road The National Highway No. 5 passes through the city.
Handicrafts and textiles, both in silk and cotton brought from the Cuttack region and elsewhere in Orissa are available in the state emporia.
www.indiantravelportal.com /orissa/cuttack   (774 words)

  
 Cuttack - Wikitravel
Cuttack is a city in the state of Orissa in India.
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.
Cuttack is protected from the mighty Mahandi and Kathjodi by the Baimundi Mark which acts as an embankment to the city.
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 Cuttack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cuttack is also the headquarters of Cuttack District.
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 Madalapanji, a chronicle of lord Jagannath temple of Puri.
Cuttack is located at the apex of delta formed by the rivers Mahanadi in the north and Kathajodi in the south.
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 Cuttack - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cuttack, city in eastern India, in Orissa State, on the Mahānadī River.
Cuttack is the center of the Orissa canal system, which is used for...
Cuttack is a district in the Indian state of Orissa.
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 Cuttack
Cuttack is one of the coastal districts of Orissa.
Dhenkanal, and Jaipur districts, on the south by Puri, Khurda and Nayagarh districts, on the west by Angul and Nayagarh districts and on the east by Kendrapara and Jagatsinghpur districts, bound it on the north.
Cuttack is an agricultural district where majority of the people depend on agriculture for their livelihood.
www.nicd.org /Dst_Cuttack.asp   (795 words)

  
 Cuttack Hotels, Travel Guide for Cuttack
Cuttack is one of Orissa's oldest cities (Abhinaba Baranasi Kataka of medieval times), Cuttack is a bustling commercial centre, situated on the delta formed by the Mahanadi and Kathjori rivers.
Stone Revetment of Cuttack: The river banks of Cuttack are protected by stone revetment, a great engineering marvel of the 11th century A.D. and a remarkable example of ancient technological skill of Orissa.
Barabati Fort: The ruins of a medieval fort with its moat and gate and the earthern mound of the nine storeyed palace on the bank of the river Mahanadi are noteworthy.
www.indiabudgethotels.com /travelguide/Cuttack_TravelGuide.asp   (840 words)

  
 Cuttack India Vacations,Cuttack India Tours,Cuttack India Travel,Cuttack India Tourism
Cuttack is set at the apex of the delta formed by the rivers Mahanadi and Kathajodi.
Cuttack is known worldover for its exquisite filigree works in silver, ivory and brass works and textiles of woven silk and cotton.
As Cuttack is close to West Bengal and inhabited by a large population of Bengali people hence the Durga Puja festival is celebrated with great pomp and enthusiasm.
www.vacationsindia.com /orissa/cuttack.html   (1204 words)

  
 Cuttack city of Orissa - India
Cuttack, the former capital and one of the oldest cities of Orissa is the administrative headquarters of the district.
The river banks of Cuttack are protected by stone revetment, a great engineering marvel of the 11th century A.D. and a remarkable example of ancient technological skill of Orissa.
The ruins of a medieval fort with its moat and gate and the earthen mound of the nine-storeyed palace on the bank of the river Mahanadi are noteworthy.
www.bharatheritage.in /orissa/cuttack.htm   (901 words)

  
 Cuttack – FREE Cuttack Information | Encyclopedia.com: Facts, Pictures, Information!
Cuttack is now an important trade center for rice and jute, and has rail and road connections to cities inside and outside Orissa.
Cuttack, the capital of Orissa state until 1957, is the largest city in Orissa.
An economic analysis of borrower and non-borrower rice farmers in Cuttack District of Orissa
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-Cuttack.html   (858 words)

  
 Tourist Destinations in Orissa - Cuttack
The town is situated at the apex of the delta formed by the rivers Mahanadi in the North and Kathajodi in the South.
Barabati Fort : The ruins of a medieval fort with its moat and gate and the earthern mound of the nine-storeyed palace on the bank of the river Mahanadi are noteworthy.
Ratnagiri is 70 km, Lalitgiri is 55 km and Udayagiri is 60 km from Cuttack.
orissatourism.gov.in /cuttack.html   (939 words)

  
 Cuttack Orissa - Cuttack India, Cuttack City, Travel to Cuttack, Cuttack Tourism
Cuttack is one of the oldest cities of Orissa, India.
Cuttack is one of the oldest cities of Orissa.
Cuttack is situated on the delta formed by the rivers Mahanadi and Kathjuri.
www.bharatonline.com /orissa/cuttack/index.html   (257 words)

  
 CUTTACK TRAVEL AND HOTEL GUIDE :: Travel made Easy
Cuttack, the oldest city of Orissa was the capital of the state for a long time.
Cuttack was founded by Nripati Kesari in the early 10th century.
Cuttack can be travelled round the year, but avoid July and August due to heavy rainfall.
www.travelmadeeasy.in /cuttack.htm   (1161 words)

  
 CUTTACK
Cuttack the administrative headquarters of the district is one of the oldest towns of Orissa and the former capital of the state.
It was known as the apex of the delta formed by the rivers Mahanadi in the north and Kathajodi in the south.
Cuttack possibly one of the best shopping centers in Orissa Its unique filigree and silver ware, horn and brass work and textiles of woven silk and cotton make Cuttack town perhaps the grandest show room of Orissa.
www.cyberorissa.com /fp/district/cuttack.htm   (333 words)

  
 Tourist Destinations in Orissa - Cuttack
The town is situated at the apex of the delta formed by the rivers Mahanadi in the North and Kathajodi in the South.
Stone Revetment of Cuttack : The river banks of Cuttack are protected by stone revetment, a great engineering marvel of the 11th century A.D. and a remarkable example of ancient technological skill of Orissa.
Barabati Fort : The ruins of a medieval fort with its moat and gate and the earthern mound of the nine-storeyed palace on the bank of the river Mahanadi are noteworthy.
www.orissatourism.gov.in /cuttack.html   (939 words)

  
 Cuttack Tourism, Cuttack Orissa, Cuttack City, Cuttack India, Cuttack Travel & Tourism.
Cuttack City - Known as Abhinaba Baranasi Kataka in the medieval age, Cuttack is one of oldest cities of Orissa.
Every public discourse at Cuttack is marked by brotherhood, tradition and history, some of the most predominant sentiments of people at Cuttack.
With years of history to support them, the people of Cuttack are quite confident despite the fact that they have to witness some of the worst floods.
www.orissatourism.org /travel-to-orissa/cuttack/index.html   (536 words)

  
 Cuttack, Cuttack In Orissa, Cuttack Travel, Travel cuttack   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cuttack is one of Orissa's oldest cities (Abhinaba Baranasi Kataka of medieval times), Cuttack is a bustling commercial centre, situated on the delta formed by the Mahanadi and Kathjori rivers.
Situated 70 km away from Cuttack, the hills were home to a large Buddhist complex which could be the ruins of a Buddhist University called Puspagiri (mentioned in the travelogues of the Chinese traveller Huien T'Sang).
The climate of Cuttack is pleasant round the year with temperatures ranging between a minimum of 22.2°C in the winter to a maximum of 33.4°C in the summers.
www.visittajmahal.net /city/cuttack.htm   (730 words)

  
 Cuttack - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cuttack, city in eastern India, in Orissa State on the Mahanadi River.
Cuttack is the centre of the Orissa canal system, which is used for transport...
In the East, techniques and styles of jewellery have continued to be made in unbroken traditions stretching from remote antiquity to the present day....
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 Archdiocese
: The Archdiocese of Cuttack - Bhubaneswar comprises the civil districts of Cuttack Phulbani (Kandhamal) Jaj Pur, Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapara, Puriand Khurda.
The Diocese of Cuttack was part of the Diocese of Visakhapatnam since 1845.
In 1928, Pope Pius XI declared the mission of Cuttack "sui juris".
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 Cuttack India, Cuttack Tours, Travel to Cuttack, Holidays in Cuttack, Tour Packages Cuttack   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cuttack is famous for its stone revetment on the riverbanks, a great engineering marvel of the 11th century AD and a remarkable example of ancient technological skill or Orissa.
The medieval Barabati Fort, with its moat and gate and the earthen mound of the nine-storied palace, is situated on the bank of the river Mahanadi.
Cuttack is an important station on the Calcutta-Chennai main railway line and connected to Calcutta, Chennai, Delhi, and Mumbai through regular trains.
www.eholidaysindia.com /cities/cuttack.htm   (500 words)

  
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Cuttack, the erstwhile princely capital of Orissa lies on the banks of the Mahanadi, Devi and Kathajuri Rivers.
Cuttack is also on National Highway 5 making it the most easily accessible city in Orissa.
Ratnagiri and Lalitgiri, 65 km from Cuttack are the excavations of Buddhist ruins including large monastery complexes.
www.journeymart.com /DExplorer/AsiaIS/India/Orissa/Cuttack/default.asp   (311 words)

  
 Cuttack Main
Cuttack is popularly known for its traditional values and rich cultural heritage.
Cuttack is the centre of the Orissa canal system, which is used for transport and irrigation.
Cuttack was formerly the capital of Orissa Province in British India, and w
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Cuttack (or Kataka) was founded by King Nrupa Keshari in 989 A.D. King Marakata Keshari built the stone revetment on the left bank of the Kathajodi in 1006 A.D. to protect the city from the ravages of floods.
Cuttack, with the rest of Orissa, came under the British rule in 1803.
The main burial ground of Muslims in Cuttack, Qadam-i-Rasool has the graves of some of the nazims who were in charge of the administration of Orissa in the early eighteenth century.
orissa.gov.in /tourism/cuttack1.htm   (2091 words)

  
 Cuttack City - Cuttack Tour Orissa - Cuttack India
Cuttack pronunciation (derived from the Sanskrit word 'Kataka', which signifies a military camp or a fort or a Government seat protected by an army) is one of the oldest cities in India and the Business Capital of Orissa.
It is situated in a tongue of land formed by the Mahanadi River and its main branch the Kathajodi River at their points of bifurcation in 20.28° N 85.52° E. Its actual pronunciation is 'Katak'.
Niali village, 47-km from Cuttack, is known for its Shrines and Archaeological Sculpture Shed.
www.travelchacha.com /cities/orissa/cuttack.html   (645 words)

  
 Cuttack Tour in India,Cuttack Tour in Orissa,Tour to Cuttack in Orissa,Cuttack Tour Package in Orissa
Cuttack was founded by Nripati Keshari in 10th century.
Cuttack is almost an island, situated at the head of the Mahanadi delta and surrounded by Mahanadi river and its collateral, the Kathjuri.
Air: The nearest airport to Cuttack is the Bhubaneswar airport, 30 Km distant.
www.rrindia.com /orrisa/cuttack-india.html   (553 words)

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