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Parasurameswara Temple in Bhubaneshwar Orissa India

Parasurameswara Temple, one of the oldest and amezing temples in Bhubaneshwar Orissa.The most special feature of this temple is the presence of one thousand lingas in the north-west corner of the complex.Here is Some Information about  Parasurameswara Temple in Bhubaneshwar Orissa  India.

Location: Bhubaneswar, Orissa
Built in: 650 AD
Revamped In : 1903
Dedicated to: Lord Shiva
Architecture Style: Orissan architecture 
Significance : Belongs to the Earlier Group of temples of Bhubaneswar
Photography: Allow
Nearest Railway station: Bhubaneswar Junction (3.9 km.)
Nearest Airport: Biju Patnaik Airport, Bhubaneswar (3.8 km.)

Entry Fee and Temple Timing of  Parasurameswara Temple 

Entry : Free
Visiting Timing: 1 hour
Temple Timing: 5:00 am to 6:00 pm (All days of the week)

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The Parasurameswara Temple is located Old City Bhubaneshwar Orissa India.The temple was built in  650 AD and Revamped In  in 1903.The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.The Parasurameswara Temple is in the same premises of the adjacent Muktesvara Temple.The temple also has the idols of the Vishnu, Yama, Surya and Mother Goddess.One thousand Lingams that are placed in the North West side of the temple remain a unique attraction of this temple. A large number of devotees and tourists visit this place, as it is regarded as one of the important temples of Lord Shiva.The temple also has beautiful decoration on its outer wall. The temple consists of two parts the Biaman and the Jogmohan, the later was constructed at a later date.


Architecture of  Parasurameswara Temple

The Parasurameswara temple conforms to the temple architectural style of its time and has only eight planets over the door to the inner sanctum instead of nine that appear in the later temples.Enclosed within a compound wall, the deul, facing the West is a square towered, while the jagamohana, instead of being a stepped pyramid, is a rectangular structure with a terraced roof, sloping in two stages. The deul about 13 m high has no platform and is triratha on plan, a dominant style of the early periods. The temple typifies the stage of Saiva Pasupata Sect, illustrated by the frequent representation of Lakulisa. He is sculpted in Buddha-like form, with four disciples at his feet as shown on the last side of the tower, while on the West, above the relief of Nataraja, he looks like the meditating Buddha. 

Nearest Visiting Places of  Parasurameswara Temple


Siddheshwar Temple
Vaital Deul Temple
Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves
Khandagiri Mela
State Handicrafts Museum
Tribal Museum

Nearest Restaurants of  Parasurameswara Temple

Phulbani Restaurant
Vikal Kamat Restaurant
Kebaabs Unlimited Restaurant
Flavours Restaurant
Golden Bird Restaurant

How To Reach  Parasurameswara Temple  Bhubaneshwar

By Road : There are many Public and private vehicles available to reach Parasurameswara Temple Bhubaneshwar . The National Highway No.5 Connects Bhubaneshwar to Kolkatta and Channai alongs with other Major Cities.

By Rail : Bhubaneshwar has its own Railway station , so The Nearest Railway station is Bhubaneswar Junction (3.9 km.)

By Air: The Nearest International Airport is  Biju Patnaik Airport in Bhubaneswar. -3.8 Km

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Dakshinkali Temple in Kathmandu Nepal

Dakshinkali Temple, one of the main temples of Kathmandu Nepal. Dakshin Kali Temple has its own importance from religious aspect also Dakshin Kali Temple is recreational spot for people in Kathmandu valley.Here is Some Information like Location,Built by, Built in,Significance, Timing,Besti time to visit,Nearest Airport,Nearest Railway station and many more about Dakshinkali Temple in Kathmandu Nepal .

Location:  22 kms outside Kathmandu Near village of Pharping
Built in: 17th Century
Built By: Malla king Pratap Malla
Dedicated to: Goddesh Kali
Significance: One of the most temple
Visiting Timing: 1 Hour
Best time to Visit: Sap  to Feb
Nearest Railway Station:  Bhikhna Thori Railway Station
Nearest Airport:  Kathmandu and  Gorakhpur Airport

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Dakshinkali Temple is located at 22 kms outside Kathmandu Valley Near village of  Pharping in Nepal.The temple was  built in 14th Century and built by Pratap Malla during 17th century, but the construction, seems to be very new.The temple is Dedicated to Goddesh Kali.The word Dakshinkali is made up of Dakshin and Kali. Dakshin means south and Kali is derived from one of the Hindu goddess Kali. Therefore, it basically means the goddess Kali of the south. The main deity in the temple is a black stone, six-armed form of Kali, standing on a prostrated figure of Shiva.

The shrine is especially crowded on Tuesdays and Saturdays when animal sacrifices are offered to the deity. According to a mythology the Goddess Durga has killed the demon and drank the fresh blood of animals. So lots of devotees gather there in a huge mass especially on Tuesday and Saturday where they usually sacrifice rooster and he goats. This is the reason blood is scarified to her.

The Dashain festival in October month is major festival here.By the way the sight of narrow way between mountains is attracted and it is worth while to walk down and across the old suspension bridge, throwing a glance down into the very narrow and deep gap. In the middle part of village of Pharping lies the pleasant spot is known as Sheka Narayan.There is a pond filled with crystal clear water and lots of gold fish types fishes swimming around.The temple is essential with more entertainment as well as holy place.The temple is really good if you once visit you will never forget lifetime.

 History of  Dakshinkali Temple  Kathmandu


The History said that Dsksinkali came to an existence after goddess Kali herself appeared in the dream of a Malla king, the ruler of 14th  century. Goddess kali then commanded the king to build a temple dedicating her in a very unknown strange place. As the command was about to be followed immediately, a person said that he had already sort out a stone image of the goddess kali in the same place where goddess  kali commanded the king to built the temple. The image was then left open with the elements as she commanded over her head a gilded canopy was kept erect with four golden serpents. Also images of lord Ganesh , seven  Asthamatrikas and a stone Bhairav near by her images.

Nearest Visiting Places of  Dakshinkali Temple Kathmandu 


Basuki Nag Temple
Tsamchen Gompa
Authentic Organic Textiles
Unmatta bhairav temple
Kirti mukh bhairav temple
Pingala temple
Krishna temple
Gorakhnath temple
Vishwarupa temple
Manakamana temple
Ram mandir
Sapta matrikas
Hanumanji Temple
Asta chiranjibi
Satya narayana
Guheshwori temple (Shakti peetham)

Nearest Hotels and Restaurants of Dakshinkali Temple Kathmandu


Mahadev Hotel-0.5 Km
Bagdurbar, Pokharaline

Hotel Mansarover-0.3 Km
Pashupatinath Road Mitrapark

Mirage Lords Inn Kathmandu-1.0 km
310 Battisputali Road

Palagya Hotel-0.5 Km
Near Tribhuvan International Airport,
Hotel Narayana-0.1 km
Gaushala Tilganga, Kathmandu

The Amadablam Hotel-0.6 Km

Hotel Pashupati Plaza-0.6Km
Gpo box 11502, Gaushala
Pashupatinath Road Mitrapark
Jay Bageshwori, Pashupati,
Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Phone: +977 1447 3790

Hotel Travel Inn-0.6 Km
Gaushala 9,Kathmandu

Hotel Shraddha Palace-0.7 Km
Gaushala Chowk,Kathmandu

The Dwarika's Hotel-0.8

How To Reach  Dakshinkali Temple Kathmandu 


By Road: There are public and private vehicles available to reach  Dakshinkali Temple in Kathmandu Nepal.

By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is  Bhikhna Thori Railway Station  93 KM from Pashupatinath Temple Kathmandu Nepal.

By Air: Kathmandu has its own Airport , so Nearest Airport is Kathmandu and  Gorakhpur Airport.

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