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Puri, the holy city of Orissa has a remarkable value in the field of Art, Architecture, Literature, religion and tradition. Puri is the seat of Lord Jagannath, the Lord of Universe. This place is an important religious centre for hindus. The sanctity of the place is well known to all the pilgrims of the world. The town being situated on the sea beach of the Bay of Bengal.

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