Indian Temples



Anantha Vasudeva Temple
The temple of Ananta Vasudeva is situated at Bhubaneswar in Orissa state of India.The temple was originally constructed in the thirteenth century, and the images of Krishna, Balarama and Subhadra are worshipped there.
Bramheswara Temple
The Brahmeswara Temple is an 11th century shrine which is situated about a kilometer east of the main road, in Bhubaneswar. The temple stands in a courtyard flanked by four smaller temples.
Jagannath Temple
The Puri Jagannath Temple is located on the gentle slope of the Nila hill, adjacent to the sea. The temple of Jagannathji is located at a distance of 60 km from Bhubaneswar, on the coast of Bay of Bengal, and is greatly revered by the devotees who follow the Vaishnava traditions.
Konark Sun Temple
The Konark Sun temple is located in city of Konark which is situated in the eastern state of Orissa at a distance of around 65 km from Bhubaneswar and 35 km from Puri.
Mukteshwar Temple
Mukteshwar Temple is considered as one of the sacred religious place to visit in the city of Bubaneshwar and is dedicated to the main deity Lord Shiva. It is situated at the hilltop built out of white marble Shivling with a copper yoni.
Parasurameswara Temple
This small temple of Parashurameswar is located at Bhubaneswar which is believed to be a good specimen of early Orissan architecture of the post-Buddhist period, as being viewed from its rudimentary vimana.
Rajarani Temple
The Rajarani temple is one of the most renowned and famous temples in Bhubaneswar which is the capital city of Orissa. It was built between the 10th and 11th century from reddish gold sandstone known as Rajarani from the local parlance.