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Puri Club was established in 1928, previously known as the British Officers’ Club, the second oldest Heritage Club of Odisha. It has recently more than 700 members, located at the strategic point of pious Puri Town, spread over 2 acres of eco-friendly land, the above of Lord Jagannathan on the sea shore of Bay of Bengal having the finest ever Golden beach of the world.



The Puri Club, founded in 1928 under the name of the British Officers’ Club, stands as a testament to the rich heritage and cultural significance of Odisha. As the second oldest Heritage Club in the region, its legacy intertwines with the historical fabric of Puri Town. Today, boasting a membership exceeding 700 individuals, the club serves as a focal point for community engagement and leisure activities. Situated strategically on the sacred grounds of Puri, the club occupies a prime location spanning over 2 acres of eco-friendly land. Its proximity to the revered Lord Jagannathan temple, overlooking the vast expanse of the Bay of Bengal, imbues it with a spiritual aura and a sense of tranquility. The club's grounds offer a sanctuary of relaxation and recreation amidst the bustling energy of Puri, with the world-renowned Golden Beach just a stone's throw away. From its inception to the present day, the Puri Club remains a cherished institution, preserving tradition while embracing the modern amenities and conveniences demanded by its discerning members.


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Mr. Siddharth Shankar Swain, IAS

Collector, Puri

Co - Chairman

Mr. Pinak Mishra,

Superintendent of Police, Puri

Mr. Harihar Guru

Honorary Secretary

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