About Rajarani Temple
Bhubaneshwar is the sanctuary city of Orissa and gladly holds around many radiant sanctuaries. The sanctuaries in Bhubaneshwar have a considerable measure of memorable and religious significance for the general population of Orissa and therefore countless run into this city to get a look at these design wonders. Rajarani Temple, Bhubaneshwar is one such sanctuary that gloats of a particular appeal it offers.Earlier this sanctuary was known as Indreswara Temple and its engineering has a great deal of profundity and imagery. Rajarani Temple is committed to Lord Shiva. It is frequented by countless from the different parts of the state and from everywhere throughout the nation. It was restored in the year 1903 after it was run down. It holds a renowned place among the Holy Places in Bhubaneshwar.
Rajarani Temple in Bhubaneshwar was developed in the tenth the eleventh century from rosy gold sandstone called ‘Rajarani’ in the nearby dialect.Based on the sculptural building style, the sanctuary is dated to the mid-eleventh century. Darker gatherings the sanctuary alongside Anant Vasudev Temple and spots it around the 11th– twelfth hundreds of years. Another overview of Orissa sanctuaries completed by S. K. Saraswati in 1953 yielded a comparative date. Panigrahi, who completed an exhaustive examination of Orissan sanctuaries, gives an unspecified date between Lingaraj Temple and Mukteswara Temple. Fergusson trusts development of the sanctuary was started by around 1105.
Rajarani Temple has the nearness of Saiva Dwarapalakas named Prachanda and Chanda with jatamukha (since quite a while ago tangled hair), a festoon of skulls and a snake. The fundamental fascination of Rajarani Temple is models of Astadikpalas, the eight sanctuary watches who shields the sanctuary from the distinctive headings.
How to reach and temple timing
The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik International Airport also known as Bhubaneswar Airport, situated 3 kilometers (1.9 mi).
Bhubaneswar is the nearest railway station, has five railway stations within its city limits; namely (from north to south) Patia Halt, Mancheswar, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar station (near Master Canteen) and Lingaraj Temple Road.
All days of the week
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM