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. The Sculpture of the temple have undergone evolutionary changes, especially in modeling, and it is unique from the temple of God. Sisireswar temple is a famous temple in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.