Bharateswar, Lakshmaneswar, Shatrughneswar Temple

Bharateswar, Lakshmaneswar & Shatrughneswar Temple is located in the Bhubaneswar city. The early known temples in the city are three ruined temples situated to the east of the Rameswar temple and standing in a row to the left of the main road leading towards the Lingraj temple in the old town. Lord Shiva is worshipped in these three temples. These temples are known as the Bhubaneswar. According to history, Bharateswar, Lakshmaneswar & Shatrughneswar Temple were probably built during the rule of the Sailodbhavas. The First example of Odishan architecture can…

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Sisireswar Temple, Bhubaneswar, Khordha

The Sisireswar temple is situated adjacent to the Vaital temple, on the northern side of the same premises. Among the temples of the eighth century AD are the Sisireswar, Markandeswar and Baitala temples. This temple marks an important turning point in the evolution of architecture. It consists of the Deula and a rectangular Jagamohana. The shape of this temple looks like Pancha Ratha. The rectangular Jagamohana with a terraced roof is similar to that of the Parasurameswar, but in the same Veint. It is an improvement over the earlier tradition.…

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Chitreshwar & Chitrakarini Temple, Bhubaneswar

The Chitreshwar temple known as Chitrakarini, is situated to the north of the Lingaraj temple within a close distance. It has smaller temples in the four corners of the compound. The main temple was one of the most beautifully decorated monuments of the period. It is a Saptaratha temple, is one of the most beautiful decorated monuments of the period, and within the shrine, a Chamunda image is worshipped. Chitreshwar (Chitrakarini) temple is one of the famous old temple in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

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Chintamaniswar Temple, Bhubaneswar

Chintamaniswar temple is situated at a place very near to the old railway station Chintamaniswar is considered the minister to the Lord Lingaraj, and devotees come here round the year to witness the western-faced Linga. Parswa devatas and the 14th century Navgraha Temple of Odisha are at the entrance. Lakshmi deva, the queen of Chodaganga Dev caked Gangeswar Dev, had built this temple near the extensive tank Lakhmisagar excavated in the village of Lakshmisagar Patna. Chintamaniswar Temple is one of the famous temple in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

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