Golden Triangle Tour is famous in all area of India. We have Golden Triangle of north, south, west and east. Here, the Golden Triangle of East will be discussed in a better way to make your aware of the three important destinations. You know east has always been linked with the spiritual growth and a forte of Hindu religion. It is golden as it has tranquility and divinity attached to this tour package. The triangle consist of Puri which is one of the four major pilgrimage sites of Hinduism; Konark that boasts of a world heritage site having Sun Temple and Bhubaneshwar, its name has been derived from the Sanskrit word 'Tribhuvaneswara'.
Puri is the first name in the Golden Triangle Tour and is well known to all Hindus around the globe. This religious center is known for its wide stretch of the white sand beaches on the banks of Bay of Bengal other than Lord Jagannath. The view of sunrise and sunset is breathtaking for sure. You will be able to learn how fishing farms are used here where the traditional fishing methods are being used by the local fishermen. Resorts are just fabulous. Worshippers come to this place to pay their worship to Lord Jagannath and the annual Rath yatra festival. This Jagannath Temple is one of the four important Char Dhams of Hindus. The other three Dhams are the Dwarka, Badrinath, and Rameshwaram.
The second name in the list of Golden Triangle Tour is Bhubaneshwar which is famously known as the 'Temple City of India'. It is said that it is the seat of Tribhubaneswar or 'Lord Lingaraj' (a form of Lord Shiva). There are hundreds of temples in this town. Once, this city was known for the collection of more than 2000 temples. Here, the buildings were created in Orissian style and got a blooming start up. You can see a full fledged art here.
Konark is the last name of the Golden Triangle Tour. It is best known for its charming and majestic Sun Temple which is dedicated to the Sun God or Surya. It is well known as the masterpiece of Orissa's medieval architecture. Moreover, it has been selected as a United Nations (UNESCO) World Heritage Site. This city name was derived from the word Konarka that is the presiding deity of the Sun Temple. It is combination of about two words, kona means corner and arks means sun. This is why it is referred to as the ‘sun of the corner'. It is one of the earliest centers for worshiping God Sun in India. At some time back, it was popular with a bustling port with good maritime trade relations with several Southeast Asian countries.
Golden Triangle Tour of East India is amazingly good. You can not explain your experience in words. You have to understand and feel the touch of East India in every way. Be there and feel the presence of God. It is so serene and peaceful that you will never come back from there.