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Kotak Mahindra bank is the fourth largest private sector bank in India. Kotak bank started operations in 2003 and currently has a large set of operations spread over 363 locations in the country. It operates with full-fledged services that includes commercial, retail, investment and treasury offerings. The bank has over 600 branches and over 1,100 ATM’s spread across the country.

Kotak Mahindra Bank offers personal loans at attractive interest rates for a variety of different purposes. The bank provides doorstep service with their trained representatives who assist in the completion of formalities for a hassle free experience.

  • Kotak Mahindra bank offers loans ranging from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 15,00,000
  • Provides options for repayment of a tenure ranging from 12-60 months
  • Provides quick approval and assistance on procedures for loan disbursal

Kotak Mahindra Bank advances loans for a variety of reasons including personal loans, marriage loans, renovation loans, travel loans, mortgage loans and business loans.

Go ahead and apply for your KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK Personal Loan in Bhubaneswar. Get customized Personal Loan offers at Lowest Interest Rates from KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK in Bhubaneswar

Personal Loans in Bhubaneswar

There are multiple banks in Bhubaneswar which offer personal loans such as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak bank, Axis bank and many more. There are also multiple NBFCs such as Bajaj Finserv, Fullerton, Tata Capital, etc in Bhubaneswar which also offer unsecured personal loans according to your profile.

Bhuvaneswar also known as Bhubaneshwar, is the capital of Odisha (earlier known as Orissa). Bhubaneswar is located in the Khordha district of Odisha, in the eastern coastal plains along the Eastern Ghats. Bhubaneswar is topographically split into the western uplands and the eastern lowlands with hillocks in the northern and western parts of the city.

Bhubaneswar is spread across approximately 135 square kilometres falling under the jurisdiction of the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation area which comprises 173 revenue villages and two other municipalities. The city is shaped as a dumbbell. The city can be categorised under the old town and the planned city. The old town is primarily characterised by temples and hence is also known as the Temple town. Some the famous temples include Lingaraj Temple, Rajarani Temple and the Kukteshwara Temple. The planned city was conceptualised and designed in 1948 to house the capital. It is subdivided into units, each with a high school, shopping centres, dispensaries and play areas.

Bhubaneswar has the topical savannah climate with an average temperature of around 27.4 degrees centigrade. Most of the annual rainfall is during July to September primarily due to currents from the Bay of Bengal. Along with lovely climate, the World Bank has rated Bhubaneshwar as the best city to do business in. Bhubaneshwar has had the highest employment rate across the 17 tier 2 cities in India.

The major sporting arena is the Kalinga Stadium with facilities aiding most sports such as football, hockey, basketball, tennis and so on. Bhubaneshwar is easily accessible via road, rail and air.