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Rourkela

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Chinmaya meher4.3/5

3 reviews

Steel city hotel

This is a good and well decorated hotel. The rooms are clean and clear and the main thing is the service which is awesome. I reached Rourkela in the mid night But the servent are very much coperative so that they can help me in that time. I can't find the hotel because the GPS navigation show the wrong place in the map and because of this I can't find it, at the time I dial the hotel number for help and they ask my place address then the help me and solve my problem in a decent way so I must thank the member of the hotel. Thank you.

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Pritvi Kanchi4.6/5

232 reviews

A Trip to Rourkela

I had been to Rourkela by road in the month of June 2016. Rourkela is a must-visit in the tourism circuit of modern Odisha. The must-visit attractions around Rourkela include the Mandira Dam, Maa Vaishno Devi Temple and the Hanuman Vatika. The Mandira Dam is located 25 kilometers from Rourkela and built across the Sankh river. An added attraction here is the boating facility. The Maa Vaishnodevi Temple was built in 2003 on the lines of the Vaishnodevi Shrine in Jammu and Kashmir. It is located on top of Durgapur hill around 3 kilometers of the city centre. The presiding deity here is goddess Kali, Lakshmi and Saraswati. The Hanuman Vatika houses the statue of Lord Hanuman. The grand iconic statue of Lord Hanuman is about 75 feet high, making it one of the tallest hanuman installations in the region. The Hanuman Vatika is spread over an area measuring 13 acres.

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History of Rourkela

The bustling town of Rourkela is situated in the Sundergarh district in Orissa. It is one of the leading industrial townships and has developed into the steel hub of India. Apart from the scenic beauty of this hilly area, it is completely in tune with the latest amenities available in a big city. Rourkela was a small tribal village before it gained prominence as the steel city of India. Rourkela means your home in Sadri, the tribal language of the Raulia tribe, who were the original inhabitants of the area.

Legends of deities and tribal are still entwined in the culture of Rourkela and the colorful heritage of the region still holds significance.Located in the Sundargarh district in Orissa, it is the second largest city and a modern industrial town that has been able to retain its natural beauty.

People and Culture of Rourkela

Surrounded by woody hills and on the confluence of rivers Bramhani, Koel and Sankha, Rourkela has emerged a beautiful town.It is known for its rich mineral deposits and came into limelight in 1955 with the establishment of Rourkela Steel Plant. Constructed in collaboration with Germany, the steel plant is owned by Steel Authority of India. As the center of industrial activities, Rourkela has promoted expansion of diverse industries around the town such as Kalunga, Rajgangpur and Kansbahal.