There are many heritage sites in Odisha. Dhauli, Bindusagar Tank, Chausath Yogini Temple, Chilika Lake, Konark Templem Lingaraj Temple, Ratnagiri museum etc.
64 Yogini Temple- the inland of 64 yogini, located 15k.m south east of Bhubaneswar in a small picturesque village called Hirapur, is devoted to goddess Shakti or Mahamaya. It is one of the four Yogini Temples in India.
Konark Sun Temple counted among 7 wonders of India. The temple is located near the river Chandrabhaga. The temple was built in the shape of chariot.
Chilika is known as one of the best wetlands in the world. The islands in Chilika are not great for bird watching but offer romantic view of the sunrise and sunset. The lake is also home to a diverse range of aquatic life, including 225 species of fish
Gupteswara, a land where religion is the essence of existence, it is but natural to find godhood embedded in beliefs and crock of people. Gupteswara is one of the peerless Shiva temple of Southern Orissa.
The Rajarani is one of the most renowned and famous temple in Bhubaneswar. It was built in between 10th and 11th century. The temple is believed to have been known originally as Indreswara.
Dhauli Mountain is the silent attester of Maurya-Kalinga war which held on 261 BC at bottom of the mountain at Daya river bank. It is a hill with broad open space neighboring it, and has major canons of Ashoka impressed on a mass rock, by the side of the road leading to the apogee of the hill.
Puri Jagannath temple is world famous. This temple is constructed in 11th century. Only Hindus can enter in this temple. Other religion people are not allowed inside the temple. The Prasad of this temple known as ABADHA is also famous and the dining in the temple known as Anand Bazaar is also famous.
Panchalingeshwar is named after the five lingas graved in the temple. It is one of the famous and most look around temple in Odisha. The temple is landed on top of a hillock near the Nilagiri hill, Balasore, Odisha. It’s a beautiful place for picnic, darshan of Shivalinga and breathes some fresh air from the real nature.
Mukteswara temple is a 10th Century Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, Mukteswara, is molded with figures of hermits in several poses of meditation. The best part of the temple is the grand torana and the decorative gateway.