Konark

by

Nimisha Jaiswal
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Konark, Bhubaneswar, and Puri together form the Swarna Tribhuja (Golden Triangle) of Odisha tourism. Konark holds an important place in the golden triangle. It is a medium town in Odisha which lies on the eastern coast by the Bay of Bengal, about 60 kms from Bhubaneswar city. 

This place is famous for its magnificent and architectural brilliant Sun Temple built in the 13th century. It derives the name Konark from two Sanskrit words Kona (corner or angle) and Arka (the Sun). It is the masterpiece of Kalinga architecture in Odisha and is also known as Black Pagoda as it is built in black granite and red sandstone (khandolite). The ancient sailors used this temple for their navigation. The Sun temple was built by the popular king Narasimhadeva I from the Ganga dynasty. This temple is a World Heritage Site, chosen by UNESCO.
Rabindranath Tagore once wrote about Konark: “Here the language of stone surpasses the language of man,”
The Sun temple is dedicated to the Sun God “Surya” and is designed as a gigantic 100 ft high chariot, which has 12 pairs of crafted wheels and pulled by seven horses. As per the Hindu belief, God Surya rises in the east and travels across the sky in a chariot, driven by seven horses. 
The 7 horses depict the 7 days of the week. The 12 pairs of wheels represent 12 months of the Hindu calendar. Each wheel is about 12 feet in diameter with 8 spokes. The 8 spokes depict the day-cycle. The architecture of this wheel and the entire temple defines time. Imagine, in the 13th century, we could know the approximate time just by observing the rays of the sun. Interesting, isn’t it?
The first rays of the sun lights up the entrance of the temple. The three images of Sun God are positioned at three different sides of the temple to catch the rays of the sun at different time zones like morning, noon and evening. Wow, what an imagination!
The main temple was originally 230 ft high, but it got ruined with time. The reason behind the destruction is unclear and still a mystery. Only the audience hall (Jagamohana or Mandapa) of 128 ft high, and some portions of the dining hall (Bhoga-Mandap) and dance hall (Nata Mandir) still survives. 
Though a significant portion of the temple is ruined, it still reflects the genius mind of architects who imagined and constructed it. The 33.8 ft tall Aruna Sthambha (Sun Pillar) was shifted to the Jagannatha Puri temple during the late 18th century.
The Sun temple is unique in terms of its architectural setup and use of various magnets. There is an iron plate between every two pieces of stone. It is said that the statue of Sun God is made of iron content and floats in the air because of the top magnet, bottom magnet, and magnets around the walls of the temple. Hmm… something to witness for sure!
The main temple and the statue of Sun God are aligned in such a manner that the first ray of sunlight would cross the entire Dancing Hall (Nata Mandir), fall and reflect from the attractive diamond which is placed beautifully on the crown of the Sun God. Really? Visit the temple to know it better.
There was a lodestone, about a 52-ton magnet at the top of the main temple. The magnetic effect of the huge lodestone was so strong that is used to disturb the compasses of the ships which passed by the coast, eventually making navigation difficult for the sailors. It is believed that to avoid this, some sailors destroyed the main temple to remove the lodestone.
The walls and the roof of the temple have beautiful and intricate carvings of Hindu gods, animals, birds, aquatic creatures, images from daily life and much more. You can also observe some erotic sculptures on the second level of temple structure and some sensuous poses from Kama Sutra carved on the walls. 
The upper levels and terrace of the temple have amazing works of arts, like images of Hindu deities Durga killing the buffalo demon, Vishnu in Jagannatha form and Shiva as a linga. The entire temple is surrounded by geometrical patterns amazingly carved on the walls. Two giant Lion sculptures guard the entrance. It shows them in the act of crushing an elephant who has engulfed a human body.
The entire temple has so many enthralling stories, mysteries, and myths that you will have a captivating experience and you won’t like to leave the place.
There are many subsidiary shrines that can be visited around the main temple, such as:
Mayadevi Temple
It is located on the west side of the main temple. It was discovered between 1900 and 1910 and is considered being older than the main temple built in the 11th century. It is dedicated to Mayadevi, Surya’s wife, but some consider it was also a Surya temple. This temple also has intricate and fascinating carvings. The sanctum of the temple has an idol of Nataraja, and its interiors have idols of Agni, Vishnu, Vayu, Varuna, and Surya.
Natya Mandir (Dancing Hall)
It is situated at the entrance of the temple. Here the dancers performed in homage to the Sun god. It stands on a high carved platform.
The Nava Graha (Nine Planets) temple
This temple is situated just outside the Sun temple compound. It has idols of nine planets, which are made from the black chlorite stone. The images which are carved out of a huge chlorite slab are Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Mangala (Mars), Buddha (Mercury), Vrihaspati (Jupiter), Sukra (Venus), Sani (Saturn), Rahu and Ketu.
Vaishnava Temple
It is situated in the south-west of the Mayadevi temple. It was discovered in 1956. In its sanctum, it has sculptures of Varaha, Balarama, and Vamana-Trivikrama, confirming it as a Vaishnavite temple. The 16th-century scholar – Krishna Chaitanya visited this temple and prayed in the premises.
Bhoga Mandapa (Dining Hall)
It was also discovered in the 1950s. It has cisterns to store water, a cooking floor, many ovens (chulahs) for cooking. It is believed to be used during festivals or for community feeding.
Assorted list of Places to Visit in and around Konark:
1.      Chandrabhaga Sea Beach
It is one of the serene and environmentally friendly beaches of India. It is located 3 kms east of the famous Sun Temple in Konark. It has been awarded the Blue Flag Certification by FEE – Foundation of Environmental Education, because of its clean shores and waters. You can enjoy the golden sands, cultural festivals and religious fairs on this beach.
It is famous for its splendid sunrise and sunsets. People from across the country come here to witness it. Some say it is so magical and mesmerizing that it seems Lord Surya himself is coming out on a chariot with divine golden light. 
Don’t forget to take some clothes along with you, because you cannot refrain yourself by getting wet with the fresh and vibrant waves coming your way. It is not a crowded beach and also has limited vendors which make the beach more beautiful and peaceful.
2.      Ramchandi Beach
At the backside of the Ramachandi Temple is this beautiful beach. If you are traveling from Konark to Puri (Marine Drive), you can find this place in just 10-15 minutes of drive. It is yet again a peaceful and pristine beach. Here the river Kusabhadra meets the Bay of Bengal. 
This beach is mainly famous for its boat rides. Make it a point to enjoy the boating facilities here to get to the estuary. The most favorable thing about this beach is, it is not very much crowded and thus considered being a favorite picnic spot.
3.      Ramachandi Temple
The Ramachandi temple is about 5 Km away from the Konark Sun temple. Goddess Ramachandi is worshipped here. The temple is situated close to Ramachandi beach. With a soothing ambiance, it is a place to pray in peace, where the Pandas will not disturb you. 
You can spend some quality time here away from hustle and bustle of big temples and beaches. Perfect place to relax and rejuvenate by enjoying the waves on the beach and sipping coconut water.
4.      ASI Museum
This Museum is located just outside the temple and run by the Archaeological Society of India (ASI). It has around 250 kinds of relics from the Sun temple. If you want to know more about the Konark Sun temple, don’t miss this place. You can also see a short movie at the end of the tour to learn more about the stories, myths, and believes around the place. 
It has unique artifacts reflecting the Odisha art form and collection of antique pieces of carved stones, erotic sculptures, etc. There is a model of the Sun temple with all its parts, structures depicting its original form when it was built. 
Visit this museum first before the Sun temple, to understand its architecture, carvings, and sculptures. It will help you to see the temple with an informed view and you can appreciate it more. Overall, it is a great place to understand the Odisha culture.
5.      Vishnu Temple
Vishnu Temple is located just behind the Ramachandi Temple. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is a broken brick temple and mostly ruined. One can witness the carvings of Goddess Laxmi and Saraswati on the broken temple walls. There is a pillar in front of the temple and is believed to be the seat of Garuda, the charioteer of Lord Vishnu. It is a small and beautiful temple and worth visiting.
6.      Konark Dance Festival
Konark Dance Festival showcases the rich Odisha culture and dance forms. It is conducted in an open-air theatre with the Sun temple at the backdrop. It is conducted in December and is a must-visit to all the art and dance lovers. Dancers and Musicians from around the county perform here to show their skills. Some of the dance forms performed here are Kathak, Kathakali, Bharat Natyam and Odissi. Odisha’s folk dance “Chau” is also performed. 
Visit this event to get captivated with the fantastic dance performances and find solace in the soothing music. You can also buy unique handicraft items reflecting Oriya art from the Handicraft mela at this dance festival.
7.      Kuruma
Kuruma is a small village which is located at a distance of 8 Kms from the Konark Sun temple. Antique images of Buddha were found during the excavation done at this village. It is a famous Buddhist site, believed to be built between the 9th and 10th centuries. 
This Buddhist Monastery has the excavated statue of Buddha, who is seated cross-legged, his left hand is placed over his left knee and the right hand is in Bhumisparsa mudra. The Monastery has 12 blocks, 3 in each direction and has an open courtyard at the center. Since it is close to Sun temple, this place is often visited by tourists. So, don’t forget to add this place to your list.
8.      Balighai
Balighai is located at 8 kms from Puri on the Puri-Konark Marine Drive road. Here you can witness the union of calm Nuanai River with the turbulent Bay of Bengal. 
This place is popular for Baliharina deers, if you are lucky, you can catch a glimpse of them on your tour. The Balighai beach has a Sea Turtle Research Centre, where you can see large turtles fluttering around.
Balighai beach is a perfect destination for family picnics. The neat and clean beach allure you for sunbaths and the bewitching sunsets and sunrises are something not to be missed. This Picturesque place can be best visited from October to April.
9.      Chaurasi 
Chaurasi is a small village located in Nimapada-Kakatpur road and is at a distance of 30 kms from Konark on the bank of a river named Prachi. It is popular for the Varahi Temple built in the 10th Century A.D. The temple is built with Sandstone and is now under the maintenance of ASI (Archaeological Survey of India). 
Goddess Varahi is worshipped in this temple. She is presented with the face of a boar, holding fish in her right hand and a bowl in her left hand. She is offered a fish every day. The Varahi temple at chaurasi is an example of the Khakhara type of temple.
10.   Kakatpur
Kakatpur is also a small village located at a distance of 50 kms from Puri. It is on the Puri-Astaranga road. Here is the famous Mangala temple dedicated to Goddess Mangala on the bank of the river Prachi. There is an interesting story behind this temple, it is believed that Goddess Mangala came in the dream of the sailor and asked him to find her image from the deep waters of river Prachi and to establish her in the nearby village. 
The most famous festival of this place is “Jhamu Yatra”. It is celebrated on the first Tuesday of Vaisakha month (April 14 to May 15) every year. Every year to celebrate the Jhamu festival, thousands of devotees come to Kakatpur and seek Goddess Mangala blessings by offering the sacred water from the river Prachi.
Some more places to visit in and around Konark are Konark Math, Arkeshwar Temple, Hanuman Temple, Maa Bhagwati Mandir, Mangulishwar Shiva Temple, Panch Mukhi Temple, Satya Sai Mandir, and Amareswara shrine.
Best time to Visit: Being close to the sea, the weather here is hot and humid. Konark also experiences heavy rainfall. The best time to visit here is from September to March.
If you want to witness the grand and vibrant religious festival called Chandrabhaga Mela or Maha Saptami Mela, visit here in February. 
The regional harvest festival called Chaitra Prabha is celebrated in March-April. If you are here during this time, you can enjoy Chau and other tribal dances.
How to Reach by Air: Bhubaneswar airport is the nearest airport, about 64 kms away from Konark. From there, you can take state-run buses or taxi to Konark.
How to Reach by Road: Regular bus services are available from cities like Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Puri, etc. Or you can take cabs for the same route.
How to Reach by Rail: The nearest railway station is of Puri, which is around 35 kms away from Konark.
Best Hotels for Accommodation:
1.      Toshali Sands,   Hotel Class – 4 Stars
2.      Hotel New Shankar International, 
3.      Nayak Beach Resort,  
4.      Lotus Resort,   Hotel Class – 3.5 Stars
5.      Surya Inn, Rating –  Class – 2 Stars
6.      Sun Temple Hotel,  
7.      Nature Camp Konark Retreat,  
8.      Pagoda Inn,  
9.      Toshali Sands Nature Escape,  Hotel Class – 4 Stars
10.  Hotel Sapphire International,   
The new addition to Konark tourism is the OTDC Marine Drive Eco Retreat – “Bask under the blissful radiance of Sun God”. It is recently been inaugurated by Odisha’s Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. It is a 49-day event which is already started and will continue until January 31st, 2020. It is Eastern India’s first Glamorous Camping or “Glamping” on a 1 km long stretch of Ramchandi Beach. 
It is a beautiful and elegant accommodation available in Konark. It has about 50 spacious and well-maintained tents. Some of the in-tent amenities available are air conditioner, room heater, flat-screen TV, tea/coffee maker, sofa, bed, dining area and attached restroom with hot/cold water supply. The tent also offers porter, security, power backup, room services for the guests.
The tents having double occupancy are priced somewhere between Rs 6000 to Rs 22000 per night with an area of about 387 sq ft to 1600 sq ft area. 
This place has a lot of activities in store for you. You can have entertainment and a lot of adventure activities like jet-ski, parasailing, archery, speed boating, ATV, cycling, rifle shooting, and beach volleyball. You can go for a walk on Ramchandi sandbar in the morning or go on nature trails in the Balukhand sanctuary. Looking to detox yourself, you can use the exclusive spa. 
You can enjoy the exclusive local Odia cuisine along with different other kinds of dishes. Folk artistes and niche talents from across India and Odisha will be exhibiting their talents every evening. There will be some surprise entertainment every weekend.
It will offer you an experience for a lifetime and will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Best Food and Places to eat:
There are many varieties of food including Chinese and continental available near the beach. The local delicacies, you must try are Pakhala (preparation of rice), Dahi Machha, Dahi Bhindi and Dahi Baigana. In desserts try some Dahi Badi, Chhenapodapitha and Gulab Jamun.
Some of the Restaurants to be visited are:
1.      Sun Temple Hotel
It serves vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Indian dishes. It starts from Rs 120 - Rs 350. It is located near the Konark Bus Stand.
2.      Hotel Chandrabhaga
Here you can find thalis from many states like Maharashtra, Punjab, and Odisha. It has a diverse collection of delicious food at reasonable prices. It starts from Rs 100-Rs 200. It is on Ring Road, Konark.
3.      Waterfront Grill Café
The ambiance of this restaurant is beautiful. The tables are laid under the open sky with some trees surrounding it. Nice place to feel the breeze and enjoy Tandoori snapper, chicken curry, and fresh butter naans.
4.      Geetanjali Restaurant
This restaurant is just outside the main gate of the Sun Temple complex. It has a nice ambiance with quality food served here. Many tourists stop here for quick beverages and hot delicious snacks.
5.      Wildgrass Restaurant
It is located an hour away from Konark. It offers traditional delicious vegetarian meals and seafood. Some of the popular dishes here are Paneer Chatpata, Mixed Fried Rice and Chicken Bharta.
6.      Bay Spirit Sea Side Café and Bar
This bar offers delicious appetizers and many alcoholic beverages. It offers 50% off on alcoholic beverages, one of the best deals in Konark. It is a happening place if you want to hang out in the evening and have a relaxing experience.
Konark is a beautiful place, known for its turquoise-colored beaches, temples and elegant Dance festival. To have an extraordinary holiday experience, book your tickets and plan your itinerary to visit these well-researched places in Konark.
If visiting age-old architectural temples and museums is something that entertains you, Konark is your go-to destination. And if you are looking for some adventure, water sports or family outings, Konark beaches are waiting for you to have memorable family picnics. Come here to spend some time relaxing in the proximity of nature.
Visit this place and explore the hidden gems of this place!
Summing-up…
The Sun temple at Konark is of ancient time,
Witness this world heritage site once in a lifetime.
Get amazed by the magnificent architecture of Sun temple,
Also, explore Mayadevi and Vaishnava temple.
You might know Christiaan Huygens as the inventor of a clock which showed time,
But in olden days, the wheel of the sun temple with 8 spokes defined time.
The intricate and erotic carvings in the temple will allure you,
The Chandrabhaga and Ramchandi beaches will amuse you.
Visit here to explore and know your History,
Come here to find answers to the myths and mystery.
Click a lot of photographs here and buy a souvenir,

 
















कोणार्क, भुवनेश्वर और पुरी मिलकर ओडिशा पर्यटन का स्वर्ण त्रिभुजा (स्वर्ण त्रिभुज) बनाते हैं। कोणार्क स्वर्ण त्रिकोण में एक महत्वपूर्ण स्थान रखता है। यह ओडिशा का एक मध्यम शहर है जो भुवनेश्वर शहर से लगभग 60 किलोमीटर दूर बंगाल की खाड़ी द्वारा पूर्वी तट पर स्थित है।



यह जगह 13 वीं शताब्दी में बने अपने शानदार और स्थापत्य के शानदार सूर्य मंदिर के लिए प्रसिद्ध है। यह दो संस्कृत शब्दों कोना (कोने या कोण) और अर्का (सूर्य) से कोणार्क नाम प्राप्त करता है। यह ओडिशा में कलिंग वास्तुकला की उत्कृष्ट कृति है और इसे काले पैगोडा के रूप में भी जाना जाता है क्योंकि यह काले ग्रेनाइट और लाल बलुआ पत्थर (खंडोलाइट) में बनाया गया है। प्राचीन नाविकों ने अपने नेविगेशन के लिए इस मंदिर का उपयोग किया था। सूर्य मंदिर का निर्माण लोकप्रिय राजा नरसिंहदेव प्रथम ने गंगा वंश से कराया था। यह मंदिर एक विश्व धरोहर स्थल है, जिसे यूनेस्को ने चुना है।


रवींद्रनाथ टैगोर ने एक बार कोणार्क के बारे में लिखा था: "यहाँ पत्थर की भाषा मनुष्य की भाषा को पार करती है,"

सूर्य मंदिर सूर्य देवता "सूर्य" को समर्पित है और इसे 100 फीट ऊंचे रथ के रूप में तैयार किया गया है, जिसमें 12 जोड़े तैयार किए गए पहिए हैं और सात घोड़ों द्वारा खींचे गए हैं। हिंदू मान्यता के अनुसार, भगवान सूर्य पूर्व में उगते हैं और एक रथ में आकाश में सात घोड़ों द्वारा संचालित होकर यात्रा करते हैं।

सप्ताह के 7 दिनों में 7 घोड़े दर्शाए गए हैं। 12 जोड़े पहिए हिंदू कैलेंडर के 12 महीनों का प्रतिनिधित्व करते हैं। प्रत्येक पहिया 8 प्रवक्ता के साथ लगभग 12 फीट व्यास का है। 8 प्रवक्ता दिन-चक्र को दर्शाते हैं। इस पहिये की वास्तुकला और पूरा मंदिर समय को परिभाषित करता है। कल्पना कीजिए, 13 वीं शताब्दी में, हम सूर्य की किरणों को देखकर ही अनुमानित समय जान सकते थे। दिलचस्प है, क्या यह नहीं है?

सूर्य की पहली किरणें मंदिर के प्रवेश द्वार को रोशन करती हैं। सुबह, दोपहर और शाम जैसे अलग-अलग समय क्षेत्रों में सूर्य की किरणों को पकड़ने के लिए सूर्य देव की तीन छवियां मंदिर के तीन अलग-अलग किनारों पर तैनात हैं। वाह, क्या कल्पना है!

मुख्य मंदिर मूल रूप से 230 फीट ऊंचा था, लेकिन यह समय के साथ बर्बाद हो गया। विनाश के पीछे का कारण स्पष्ट नहीं है और अभी भी एक रहस्य है। 128 फीट ऊंचे केवल दर्शक हॉल (जगमोहन या मंडापा), और डाइनिंग हॉल (भोग-मंडप) और डांस हॉल (नाटा मंदिर) के कुछ हिस्से अभी भी बचे हैं।

हालांकि मंदिर का एक महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा बर्बाद हो गया है, यह अभी भी आर्किटेक्ट की प्रतिभा को दर्शाता है जिन्होंने इसकी कल्पना की और इसका निर्माण किया। 33.8 फुट लंबा अरुणा स्तम्भ (सूर्य स्तंभ) 18 वीं शताब्दी के अंत में जगन्नाथ पुरी मंदिर में स्थानांतरित कर दिया गया था।

सूर्य मंदिर अपने स्थापत्य और विभिन्न मैग्नेट के उपयोग के मामले में अद्वितीय है। पत्थर के हर दो टुकड़ों के बीच एक लोहे की प्लेट होती है। कहा जाता है कि सूर्य देव की प्रतिमा लोहे की सामग्री से बनी है और मंदिर की दीवारों के चारों ओर शीर्ष चुंबक, नीचे चुंबक, और मैग्नेट के कारण हवा में तैरती है। हम्म ... सुनिश्चित करने के लिए कुछ गवाह करने के लिए!

मुख्य मंदिर और सूर्य भगवान की प्रतिमा को इस तरह से संरेखित किया गया है कि सूर्य के प्रकाश की पहली किरण पूरे डांसिंग हॉल (नाटा मंदिर) को पार कर जाएगी, गिर जाएगी और उस आकर्षक हीरे से परावर्तित होगी जिसे सूर्य देवता के मुकुट पर खूबसूरती से रखा गया है। । वास्तव में? इसे बेहतर तरीके से जानने के लिए मंदिर जाएँ।

एक लॉस्टस्टोन था, मुख्य मंदिर के शीर्ष पर लगभग 52-टन चुंबक था। विशाल लॉस्टस्टोन का चुंबकीय प्रभाव इतना मजबूत था कि इसका उपयोग जहाजों के कम्पास को परेशान करने के लिए किया जाता है जो अंततः तट से गुजरते हैं, जिससे नाविकों के लिए नेविगेशन मुश्किल हो जाता है। ऐसा माना जाता है कि इससे बचने के लिए, कुछ नाविकों ने लॉस्टस्टोन को हटाने के लिए मुख्य मंदिर को नष्ट कर दिया।

मंदिर की दीवारों और छत में हिंदू देवताओं, जानवरों, पक्षियों, जलीय जीवों, दैनिक जीवन के चित्र और सुंदर नक्काशी है। आप मंदिर की संरचना के दूसरे स्तर पर कुछ कामुक मूर्तियों का भी अवलोकन कर सकते हैं और दीवारों पर कामसूत्र की कुछ कामुक मुद्राएँ बना सकते हैं।

मंदिर के ऊपरी स्तरों और छत पर कला के अद्भुत कार्य हैं, जैसे हिंदू देवताओं की छवियां दुर्गा भैंस दानव को मार रही हैं, जगन्नाथ रूप में विष्णु और शिवलिंग एक लिंग के रूप में हैं। पूरा मंदिर ज्यामितीय पैटर्न से घिरा है जो दीवारों पर अद्भुत रूप से उकेरा गया है। दो विशालकाय शेर की मूर्तियां प्रवेश द्वार की सुरक्षा करती हैं। यह उन्हें एक हाथी को कुचलने के कार्य में दिखाता है जिसने एक मानव शरीर को उलझाया है।

पूरे मंदिर में इतनी रोमांचकारी कहानियां, रहस्य और मिथक हैं कि आपको एक लुभावना अनुभव होगा और आप उस जगह को छोड़ना पसंद नहीं करेंगे।

कई सहायक मंदिर हैं जिन्हें मुख्य मंदिर के आसपास देखा जा सकता है, जैसे:

मायादेवी मंदिर

यह मुख्य मंदिर के पश्चिम में स्थित है। यह 1900 और 1910 के बीच खोजा गया था और इसे 11 वीं शताब्दी में निर्मित मुख्य मंदिर से भी पुराना माना जाता है। यह मायादेवी, सूर्य की पत्नी को समर्पित है, लेकिन कुछ लोग इसे सूर्य मंदिर भी मानते हैं। इस मंदिर में जटिल और आकर्षक नक्काशी भी है। मंदिर के गर्भगृह में नटराज की एक मूर्ति है, और इसके अंदरूनी हिस्सों में अग्नि, विष्णु, वायु, वरुण और सूर्य की मूर्तियाँ हैं।

नाट्य मंदिर (डांसिंग हॉल)

यह मंदिर के प्रवेश द्वार पर स्थित है। यहां नर्तकियों ने सूर्य देव को श्रद्धांजलि दी। इस पर खड़ा है
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