Mukhteshwara & Raja Rani temple at Bhubaneswar

Mukhteshwara Temple

Mukhteshwara (Lord of Freedom) temple, often called the “Gem of Odisha culture” is a 10th century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Mukhteshwar temple has a typical Kalinga architecture featuring a Mukhasala, a Jagamohana and the Vimana. Mukhteshwara temple, though a dwarf, when compared in size to other temples built during that golden epoch of 300 years like the humongous Lingaraj temple or the Jagannath temple at Puri, is no short in sculptural magnificence.  Read more

11th century Lingaraj temple in the city of Temples

Lingaraj Temple

Lingaraj temple in Bhubaneswar is one of the oldest known Shiva temples in India. The word Lingaraj translates to King of Lingas. Here Lord Shiva is worshiped as Harihara and Tribhuvaneshwara.  Read more