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Disciplines: Architecture, Composition, Digital, Film & Video, Light and Projection, Media Arts, Moving Image, Photography, Research, Textile, Visual Arts.

Location: Bhubaneswar , Puri, Konark, Odisha, India

Duration: 30days

Eligibility: photographer or traveler who loves photography

Support: stay,food,local transport, site seeing, personal guide

Costs: 1800 $ per person on twin sharing


Program Description:

This Photo tour is for 30 days.
Between September to December 2017
and from January to March 2018
Book minimum 30 days before your Date.
Preferable to apply with groups or at least two .
Maximum number at a time can be 6 persons.

About Bubaneswar : Known as the “Temple City”, Bhubaneswar has a unique position by virtue of the ability to seamlessly integrate its rich cultural heritage with a strong regional economic base. Founded during the Kalinga empire over 3,000 years ago, Bhubaneswar today boasts of a cluster of magnificent temples, constituting a complete record of Odisha temple architecture from its early beginnings to its culmination.

Post-Independence, the modern city of Bhubaneswar, designed by German architect Otto Konigsberger in 1946, was established to shape the city in serving as an administrative centre for the state. Today, the city is an emerging hub for education, health and information technology. The city is very much important sites for three different religions and their evolution, Hinduism,Jainism and Budhism.

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