Bhubaneswar is the capital of the eastern Indian state of Odisha. The city is located in the Khordha district of Odisha, and it is the largest city in the state. It lies on the eastern coastal plains near the Eastern Ghats. The topography of the city is split into the western uplands and the eastern lowlands. There are hillocks in the northern and the western parts of Bhubaneswar. The city falls under the jurisdiction of the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation area. There are 173 revenue villages and two other municipalities within this boundary. The city is shaped like a dumbbell. The city can be distinctly categorized into the old town and the new planned city. The old town is primarily characterized by temples and hence often referred to as the Temple town by the locals. Some of the famous temples here include the Lingaraj Temple, the Rajarani Temple and the Kukteshwara Temple. The newer planned city was conceptualized and designed in 1948 to house the state capital. It is a modern city with schools, colleges, universities, shopping centers, hospitals and recreational facilities. This fast-growing city is an important trading and commercial center in Odisha as well as in eastern India. Its a great place for business and is rapidly transitioning into an IT hub. Tourism considerably contributes to the economy of the city as it is very near to the coveted sea-side destination as well as a pilgrimage - Puri. Other popular places of tourist attraction near Bhubaneswar is the Konark Sun Temple, Dhauligiri, Nandan Kanan Zoo, etc.
In 1927 the Dhanlaxmi Bank Ltd. was incorporated at Thrissur, Kerala by a group of ambitious visionaries. The Dhanlaxmi Bank has earned the trust and goodwill of clients with its rich heritage over the period of 90 years. It is due to the firm belief of the bank in the need to seek innovation, deliver the best service and demonstrate responsibility that it has grown from strength to strength in every area. Either it is about the number of customers, the scale of the banks business, the breadth of product offerings, the banking experience offered by the bank or the trust that people has developed on it. The bank has more than 653 touch points across India at the service of its customers. The focus of the bank has always been on customizing its services as per the customers and personalizing relations with them. The Bank has adopted Centralised Banking Solution at all its branches to extend the banking services to its clientele anywhere/anytime through multiple delivery channels. A data center has been set up in Bangalore by the bank, to keep the system of network operational 24/7. The Bank has also operated a disaster recovery center at Thrissur for meeting various contingencies. On 10 August 2010, the bank has changed its name from Dhanalakshmi Bank to Dhanlaxmi Bank. In March 2010, the bank introduced Dhanlaxmi Bank Platinum and Gold Credit cards.