Rameshwar DeulaCurrently Closed
- Address: Jayadev Vihar, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751015, Bhubaneshwar, India
- Timings: 07:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Rameshwar Deula - Review
Located near the famous Lingaraja temple of Bhubaneshwar, this is another popular temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is also known as Mausi Maa temple. According to the history, this temple was built around 12th century AD. Many folkstories has been heard about this temple. One of the stories says that the temple was built by Ram when he was returning from Lanka after his victory over Ravana. Seeing Sita’s devotion for Lord Shiva, Ram decided to build this temple. Lord Lingaraja of this temple was then brought by a large chariot named Rukuna Rath.
Hence, pay a visit to this temple to know more folklore about this temple.
Rameshwar Deula Information
- Follow the Hindu rituals while visiting the temple.
Rameshwar Deula Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Rameshwar Deula Hours
- Public holidays : 7am – 7pm
How To reach Rameshwar Deula by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Jaydev Vihar bus stop.
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Rameshwar Deula, Bhubaneshwar Reviews
Rameshwar temple is very well known in nearby area because of religious belief. All Hindu festivals are observed here. This place is very calm and cool. Not much crowded. The cleanliness of this place is not very good. You may visit this place. You can also get meals here.
Holy spot for worship and organising sacred events at Jayadev vihar.
Awsm place.... Nice memory... Must visit
A historical place of JAYADEV VIHAR area...
I guess while "reviewing" a temple one should only take into account its history, its significance, the location & accessibility, the ambience & cleanliness and the services the temple provides. Needless to say the Rameshwar temple is new, as opposed to temples like the Lingaraj Mandir which dates back to 11th century and is hardly of any historical significance. Having said that, everything else about the place is good. It's a modest temple, easily accessible, located in a good neighbourhood near ID Market. It is very spacious and has its own grounds to arrange and conduct festivities. The temple service also takes in requests to conduct pujas, hold small social/religious gatherings and events. It is well forrested and has a positive, tranquil ambience rarely disturbed by the occasional traffic on the adjacent road.