“Sundar Rajadhani” is an Odia book written by Dibya Kishor Sahu. The book takes readers on a captivating journey through the magnificent city of Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, India. With its rich cultural heritage, architectural marvels, and spiritual significance, Bhubaneswar is often referred to as the “Temple City of India.”
In “Sundar Rajadhani,” Dibya Kishor Sahu beautifully captures the essence of Bhubaneswar. Through vivid descriptions and engaging storytelling, he brings to life the city’s iconic temples like Lingaraj Temple, Mukteshwar Temple, and Rajarani Temple. Readers are transported to a realm where ancient sculptures, intricate carvings, and centuries-old rituals come alive.
The book not only showcases the architectural splendor of Bhubaneswar’s temples but also delves into the historical and mythological background behind them. Dibya Kishor Sahu skillfully weaves together narratives from Hindu mythology, local folklore, and historical accounts to create a comprehensive and immersive reading experience.
Moreover, “Sundar Rajadhani” goes beyond temples and explores other aspects of Bhubaneswar as well. It sheds light on the city’s vibrant culture, its local festivals, traditional arts and crafts, and the warmth of its people. Through the author’s eyes, readers get a glimpse into the soul of Bhubaneswar and its deep-rooted connection with its glorious past.
Overall, “Sundar Rajadhani” serves as a tribute to the city of Bhubaneswar, celebrating its grandeur, spirituality, and timeless beauty. It is a must-read for anyone seeking to discover the historical and cultural treasures of this enchanting city.
|Books name||Sundar Rajadhani|
|Author||Dibya Kishor Sahu|
|No Of pages||134|
|Publisher||Dibya Kishor Sahu|