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Konark Sun Temple and the Bay of Bengal Beaches : Jitu's Way






While I am in Odisha the land of Sun temple Konark, I regret the fact that I know very little about the History and the so much Fascinating facts about the Balck Pagoda, untill I experienced it with Jitu in the Mansoon Trip to Konark 2009. Without a doubt , He has such a passion on the mystic stories behind the construction of Konark Sun Temple , that makes him the perfect guide(my pleasure : free :).

Not only the Sun Temple , the surroundings from the top of Light House (a Must see recomendation for those who visit the Sun Temple), The Chandreabhaga Beach and the Marine drive beach road extending from Konark to Ramchandi, gets more enjoyable and relaxing , for the sheer fact that , He observe the whole nature with its all real perspective. And yes I love to take snaps more, with Perspectives.

This Time its complete 5 Days that Konark, Light House, Daily Beach Swimming, Table Tennis at Panth Nivas( Even 5 Matches with the amazing French traveler Jackie, who is traveling India regularly), Badminton, The Veg Chaomin with Chilly Paneer and Veg Manchurian, Puri Bhaji at the Original Marwadi Hotel, The Lavanaya Lodge, the Rs 7 Cocunut Water and enjoying the Ands and Sun on the beach for more than 2-3 hours .

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