Parasurameswara Temple

#1 of 9 things to do in Bhubaneswar

Located near the Mukteswara Temple, Parasurameswara holds its own significance as one of the most ancient temple in the city. According to the investigation of numerous historians and researchers, it is trusted that the temple had been built during the mid-seventh century. In addition, it is believed that this temple was built by Madhavaraja II of the Shailodbhava Dynasty and remains the most ancient temple in whole Bhubaneswar. The Shailodbhavas used to venerate Lord Shiva and furthermore had equivalent confidence in Shaktism, which can all be seen by the pictures embellished on the walls of the temple. Parasurameswara is among those Kalinga Temples which were decorated with both the vimana(sanctum) and jagamohana(hall for worshippers).

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Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism
Parasurameswara Temple  tourism