- Address: Near Bindu Sagar Pond, 7th Century A.D., Old Town, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751002, Bhubaneshwar, India
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids, Architecture , Sculpture
Built in 650 A.D., this temple is said to be one of the oldest temples of Bhubaneshwar that is still surviving at present. The highlighted feature of this temple is the architectural design of the temple. The exterior walls of the temple is adorned with beautiful sculptures of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Lord Muruga and many other Hindu deities. Apart from these, you will find many other sculptures that depict Puranic stories. The existence of such brilliant temple proves the reason as to why Bhubaneshwar is considered as the Temple city of India.
The unique fact of this temple is its one thousand shiva Lingas, placed on the north west corner of the temple. If you are planning to visit this temple, make sure you don’t miss out this site.
- Follow the common Hindu rituals while visiting the temple.
- Entry is free.
- Ask the temple authorities for the pooja timings.
- By car or by autorickshaw from Bhubaneshwar transport centre.
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61.58% of people who visit Bhubaneshwar include Parashurameshvara Temple in their plan
30.77% of people start their Parashurameshvara Temple visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Parashurameshvara Temple
64% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Parashurameshvara Temple
It is a very oldest temple in odisha.It is also older than lingaraj temple and mukteswar temple.The main thing is that there is only (8) planet (asta graha) on the entry of the temple.The architecture of this temple is totally different.Entry of FOREIGNERS allowed here.Please buy a terracotta besides the temple.
Parsurameshwara Temple, is located in the East India, city of Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, India. It is considered to be the best, preserved specimen, of an early Odishan, Hindu architecture, dated between 7th and 8th centuries CE. It is one of the oldest existing, Shiva temple, in the state, made in Nagara style, around 650CE.
Amazing architecture. A very old temple dedicated to lord Shiva.
Dedicated to Shiva, this is the best-preserved of the early temples at Bhubaneshwar. It is viewed here from the southeast. The building includes a curving tower (rekha deul, subdivided into bhumis) over the sanctuary, and an adjoining mandapa (jagamohan) with two horizontal roof tiers (pidhas).
place is not properly maintained but still beautiful