Welcome Parikud Palace at Krushna Prasad

 A Royal Heritage

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It is a well designed beautiful palace built in early 17 century on the bank of Lake Chilika and is situated in an island well known as Krushna Prasad Palace, Parikud which is in between the Lake Chilika.
The Largest salt water lagoon. The island is surrounded by the lake from 3 side and by the sea from 1 side. (The Bay of Bengal 8km from the palace)
Queen of natural beauty, Chilika, the largest brackish water lake in Asia covering an area of over 1,100 sq. km is a great attraction for the tourists for fishing, bird watching and boating. In winter Chilika aflutters with thousands of indigenous and migratory birds of many varieties from far and near - even from the distant Siberia.

Places To Visit From The Palace

Kalijiai Island

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Kailiji Temple is situated in between the chilika lagoon. It is the holy goddess of the Parikud Royal Family And is maintained by them. A small island on the heart of the lake is 3km by water from Parikud.

Rushikulya & Sea Mouth

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Olive Redleys started mass nesting on Rushikulya rookery near sea Mouth.
By road 40km from parikud.

Nalabana & Lake Chilika

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Chilika Lake, is Asia's biggest internal sali-water pond once owned by the Royal Family of Parikud.
It covers an area of 1100 sq. km. is the largest salt & fresh water lake in Asia.

Gopalpur Chilika

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Gopalpur-on-Sea as it is popularly known within the tourist circuit, boasts of one of the finest and most popular beaches in Orissa, India. Gopalpur is a small fishing village on the coast of Orrisa.

Satapada Visit

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Satapada (Oriya: ସାତପଡ଼ା) ,is a town in Puri district, Orissa, India. In Oriya 'Sata' means 'Seven' and 'Pada' Means 'Village', so the name Satapada means group of seven villages.

Chilika Sea Mouth

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Chilika Lake, is a brackish water lagoon, spread over the Puri, Khurda and Ganjam districts of Orissa state on the east coast of India, at the mouth of the Daya River, flowing into the Bay of Bengal.