Talcher also named as Coal City of Odisha is one of the fastest growing industrial and coal hubs in the state. Because of its huge coal reserves, the city has been ranked among the highest in terms of GDP in Odisha. It is also one of the 4 sub-divisions of Angul district in the India state of Odisha. Situated on the right bank of the river Brahmani, the capital of the erstwhile Talcher State is one of the fastest growing industrial and mining complexes of the country. The city is surrounded by the coalfields under MCL (Mahanadi Coalfields Limited) and has two Mega Power plants like NTPC, TTPS. Talcher Palace, also known as the Samrat Sadan Palace is a lavish heritage property built around the 14th century. The main attraction of this palace is an imposing wheel-shaped stone structure that lies right above the main entrance. Talcher Palace is the official residence of Raja Rajendra Chandra Deb of Talcher who lives there along with his wife Rani Saheb Pushpa Devi and their two sons Yuvraj Vijayendra Chandra Deb and Pattayet Shailendra Chandra Deb. Talcher Palace is a popular tourist destination for visitors coming to Talcher. Talcher Autonomous College and numerous colleges are located here. Rengali Dam is another tourist spot located on the outskirts of Talcher. Place of Interest: King's Palace, Brahmani River, Goddess Maa Hingula, Paschimeshwar Mandir, Bhimkhund. This is another tourist place situated about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from the town of Talcher. One can see the sleeping statue of Lord Vishnu on the river bed of Brahmani. As Talcher is a commercial and industrial centre of Odisha, it has a developed transportation network. It is well connected with the capital Bhubaneswar, cuttack and other part of Odisha. Talcher Road Railway Station is one of the most important stations of the East Coast Railway Zone headquartered at Bhubaneswar. Important train routes move through cities like Bhubaneshwar, Cuttack, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Visakhapatnam, Delhi, Jaipur, Howrah making it helpful for citizens to commute to other parts of the nation. Talcher-Delhi is well connected for the people who wants to travel from Talcher to Delhi and Vice versa. Centrally located in the state of odisha it has well connectivity to other major cities.NH 23 connects to northern towns of Talcher & Rourkela and connecting NH 42 to Banarpal of Angul District . Besides other major state highways have access to other important places.Bus Connectivity is also Available from Talcher to Kolkata. The city is well connected to the other towns of the state. Local transport include mini buses that ply to nearby suburbs, autorickshaws & taxis.

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