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List of Residential Boarding Schools in Bhubaneswar, Odisha

About Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar (Odia: [ˈbʱubɔnesuɔɾɔ] (listen)) is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Odisha Along with the old town, the region historically was often depicted as Ekamra Kshetra (Temple City) With the diverse ranges of heritage resources, it showcases significant sacred cultural landscape components which have evolved with the support of available natural resource base and cultural triggerAlthough the modern city of Bhubaneswar was formally established in 1948, the history of the areas in and around the present-day city can be traced to the 7th century BCE and earlier It is a confluence of Hindu, Buddhism and Jain heritage and includes several Kalingan temples.

With many 6th-13th century CE Hindu temples, which span the entire spectrum of Kalinga architecture, Bhubaneswar is often referred to as a "Temple City of India" With Puri and Konark it forms the 'Swarna Tribhuja' ("Golden Triangle"), one of eastern India's most visited destinationsBhubaneswar replaced Cuttack as the capital on 19 August 1949, 2 years after India gained its independence from Britain The modern city was designed by the German architect Otto Königsberger in 1946 Along with Jamshedpur and Chandigarh, it was one of modern India's first planned cities.

Khorda has a population of around more that 22 lacs according to 2011 census Bhubaneswar and Cuttack are often referred to as the 'twin cities of Odisha' The metropolitan area formed by the two cities had a population of 17 million in 2011 Recent data from the United Nations released in 2016 states that Bhubaneswar's metro area has a population of around a million people.

Bhubaneswar is categorised as a Tier-2 city