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Welcome to K N PLAZA

Our hotel is a peaceful and well-equipped holiday hotel. Thanks to the favourable situation conveniently located, K.N.Plaza offers a pleasant stay to its guests, where you will certainly feel at home.

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Television
Air Conditioning
Elevator
Gyser
Essentials
Free Wifi
Housekeeping
CCTV

Exploration Around Us

Khandagiri & Udayagiri

These caves have both religious and historical importance which is located in the vicinity of Bhubaneswar town. The total number rock cuts in these caves are 33, out of which 18 are excavated on udayagiri hills while 15 are on khandagiri Hills. There are both single and double storied caves which represent the Jaina rock cut architectures.

Lingaraj Temple

This temple is one of the oldest temples in Bhubaneshwar which is dedicated to the Hindu God Harihara, the form of Lord Shiva. It is also one of the oldest and largest temples in Bhubaneshwar. This temple was first built by the ruler Jajati Kesari during the 7th century. The temple has the remarkable structure which attracts a vast number of tourists.

Dhauli Giri

Dhauli Giri lies across the Daya River and has major edicts of Ashoka engraved on a mass of rock. This area is believed to be the battlefield of Ashoka where he had slain over 150,000 people. It is both the Hindu and Buddhist pilgrim. The hills are dotted with a number of rock cut caves and temples along with numerous stupas, pillars, and monasteries.

Nandankanan Zoo

Nandankanan Zoo is also known as Nandankanan National Park and serves the first Gharial breeding center of India. The name Nandankanan means garden of pleasure and was established in the year 1960. It also has a botanical garden and part of it has been declared as a sanctuary. This zoo is the first gharial breeding center of India.

Raja Rani Temple

Raja Rani Temple is locally known as 'love temple' and is built in Pancharatha style. The temple is constructed with dull red and yellow sandstone. There are no images inside the sanctum, but has erotic cravings of women and couples in the temple. The architecture of other temples in central India is believed to have originated with this temple.

Mukteshvara Temple

The term 'Mukteshvara' suggests 'Lord who gives freedom through yoga'. This temple is dedicated to lord Shiva; Mukteshvara Mandir is a perfect example of Orissan architecture which dates back to 950-975 CE. The temple is often described as one of Jewels of Odisha with its exquisite sculptures and elegant style. This temple is one of the prominent attraction.