Baudh - Paschima Somnatha, Bhubanesvara and Kapilesvara temples
Baudh - Svapnesvara Temple
Gandharadhi - Temple of Nilamadhava and Sidheswara; near Bauda (Phulabani)
Gandharadhi - twin Hari-Hara temple
Siva Temple of Baudha - Baudha The siva temple at Baudha, seem in all appearance, to belong to the early period of the Somavamsi supremacy. The fine execution of the temple with its superb proportion and exquisite finish of the scluptures and other decorations indicate a resurgent movement linked up probably with the advent of the Somavamsi dynasty, 70 km from Phulabani.
Atri - Famous for Shrine of Hatakeswar and Hot Sulphur Spring. Nearby is Khurda Fort and Barunei. Makar Mela during Makarsankranti (January) is held here. It is also a health resort. By Air - Bhubaneswar - 45 kms.By Rail/Road - Bhubaneswar 42 kms. and 14 kms. from Khurda.
Bakeshwar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Bakeshwara Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Bharateswar Temple (c. 6th century A.D.)
Bhaskareswara Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Bhavani Shankara Temple (near the Sari Deul) at Bhubaneshwar, Bhavanishankar Temple - Bhubaneshwar - It has been recently discovered while digging a drain in the compound of the later Bhavani- shankar temple and it is to be found between the Lingaraj temple and the Vindu Sarovar tank. This is a very small temple with attractive gestures.
Bhrameswara Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Buddhanath Shiva Temple at Garudipanchana near Bhubaneshwar
Dakra Bhimeswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Ekambareswar Temple (within the Lingaraj compound) at Bhubaneshwar
Gauri Shankar Temple (8th century) at Bhubaneshwar
Gokarneswara Temple at Jamu-Goradi - Adasapur near Bhubaneshwar (37km)
Jaleswar Temple at Kalarahanga near Bhubaneshwar
Kapileshwara Temple at Adasapur - Kapila Muni Ashram near Bhubaneshwar (37 km)
Kapileswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Kedareswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Kotitheertheswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Lakshmaneshwar Temple ruins at Bhubaneshwar
Lingaraj Temple at Bhubaneswar
Makareshwar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Markandeswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Bhubaneshvar - Matangesvara Temple
Megheswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Mitreswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Mukteswara Temple at Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneshvar - Navakesvara Temple
Nilakanteshwar Shiva Temple at Adasapur (Prachi valley ) near Bhubaneshwar (37 km)
Parasurameswar Temple at Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneshvar - Paschimesvara Temple
Samanth Temple at Budhapada near Bhubaneshwar
Satrugneswar - Bhubaneswar
Siddheswara Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Sisireswar Temple at Bhubaneswar
Somanatha Temple at Budhapada near Bhubaneshwar
Sureswar & Gouri Temple - Bhubaneshwar - There are two other temples at Bhubaneswar, which may be regarded as close contemporaries of the Mukteshwar temple. One of them is the Sureswar, a very small structure which stands near the Kotitirtheswar temple in the close neighbourhood of the Swarnajaleswar temple and the other is the Gouri temple situated in the compound of the Kedareswar temple.
Swapneswar Temple at Adasapur (Prachi valley ) near Bhubaneshwar (37 km)
Swarnajaleswar - Bhubaneswar
Taleswar Temple (near Parasurameswar) at Bhubaneshwar
Bhubaneshvar - Tirthesvara Temple at Bindu
Uttareswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Bhubaneshvar - Vakesvara Temple
Valukeswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Vimaleswar / Gaurisankar
Bhubaneshvar - Vijayesvara Temple
Varuneswar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Yameshwar Temple at Bhubaneshwar
Kualo - Swapaneswar (9th - 11th cent)
Daksheswar Temple at Banapur
Akhandaleswara Temple (11th century) at Prataprudrapur (Kenduli) near Konarak
Aradi - Famous for the Saiva Shrine of Akhandalamani. Hundreds of pilgrims visit the temple with a belief to get rid of sins and sorrows. Mahashivaratri is observed here in Feb-March. By Air - Bhubaneswar 182 kms.By Rail/Road - 52 kms. from Bhadrak and 110 kms. from Balasore.
Amareshwara Temple at Amareshwar near Konarak, Chaurasi 14 km from Konark
Ashta Sambhu Temple ruins (12th cent) at Chaudar near Cuttack
Champeswara Temple at Champeswar near Narsinghpur (Cuttack)
Chateswar Temple at Kishenpur near Cuttack
Dhabaleswar Temple was built by Pratap Rudra Dev. This temple is situated in an island of Mahanadi river. It is well known for its scenic beauty. 11th century temple is situated on a hillock where the deity is worshipped with great fervour by one and all. Dhavaleswar Mela in January-February & Bada Osha in November are held here. By Air - Bhubaneswar 52 kms, Cuttack 33 km, By Rail/Road - Cuttack 27 kms, 52 kms. from Bhubaneswar and also can be approached via Gadagadia Ghat from Cuttack by boat
Choudwar, a growing industrial area was once the capital of Somakuli Keshari Kings of Orissa. Eight prominent Siva pithas were established by the Keshari dynasty in the vicinity of Choudwar which is now in ruins. Tradition records that it was the capital of Virat, the brother-in-law of Kichaka. The five Pandava brothers with their consort Draupadi took shelter in Choudwar in their secret exile. 10 km from Cuttack
Chandikhol in the lap of thickly wooded hills and by the side of a perennial stream is an extremely ideal picnic spot. The Ashram of Baba Bhairavananda is an added attraction of the place. Adjacent to Chandikhol, Mahavinayak enshrines the five god heads in one Lingam. It is a place of worship for Ganapati. 40 km from Cuttack
Niali is famous for the shrine of Sovaneswar. There is an archaeological sculpture shed here. 47 km from Cuttack
Indrasthana Temple at Amaravati near Cuttack*
Padmeswar Temple at Baneswarnasi near Narasinghpur (Cuttack)
Paschimeswar Temple at Amangai Island near Khanderpur (Athgarh - Cuttack)
Tarakeshwar Temple at Ganeshwarpur near Cuttack
Trilochaneshwar Temple at Sadansa near Niali
Gadagadia Mahadev Temple is situated in the banks of Mahanadi river.
Hatuari - Kapileswar Mahadev Temple
Yogapitha Kapilas - Chandrasekhar Temple (Group of Monuments and Ancient Steps )
Latadeipur - Annakoteswar Temple
Bhringeswar Mahadev Temple (8th century) at Bajrakot near Talcher
Chandrasekhar Temple at Kapilas Hill near Kapilas
Kanakeswar Temple (8th-9th cent) at Kualo (Kodalaka) near Talcher
Kapilas - Temple of Chandrasekhara, Viswanath and Narayan. The Sivaratri fair is held here with great pomp. Also nearby places like Saptasajya, and Joranda, seat of Mahima Cult can be visited. Mahashivaratri in Feb-March is observed with great enthusiasm. By Air - Bhubaneswar -114 kmsBy Rail/Road : Cuttack 66 kms. 26 kms. from Dhenkanal and 114 kms. from Bhubaneswar.
Manikeswar Temple at Sukleshwar near Talcher
Papanasini & the Kapileswar - Dhenkanal -After the Gangas,the glorious period of temple- building activities in Orissa was over,but the spirit lingered on during the succeeding period of Suryavamsi supremacy which also witnessed the erection of some notable temples in Orissa.The half-ruined porch standing near the papanasini tank still bears an inscription referring itself to the reign of Kapileswar(A.D.1435-1467).The decorative female figures which adorn the half-ruined porch,merely represent the crude imitations of their earlier prototypes.The inscribed slab that contains the elephant procession and an image of Nataraja carved on the northern wall of the structure,represent no doubt,fine specimens of art of this period,in the close vicinity of Kapileswar is a pancha-ratha temple and is similar to the Mukteswar of Bhu- baneswar.It niches,the Naga and Nagi columns,scroll works,Alasa-kanyas and half amalakas on the gandi provide clear evidence that the temple was built about tenth century A.D.
Deulajhari 90 km from Angul, A natural hot spring that seems to flow from the bottom of a Shiva Linga.
Chandeshwar - near the NH 5 highway. Ancient temple.
Badagaon Temple - Bhanjanagar, Ganjam - Badagaon is small village situated 5 miles from Bhanjanagar of the Ganjam district. A stone Siva temple which is to be found there, is a close prototype of the Parasurameswar. In plan & elevation, in the scheme of decoration, in height & dimension, it shows such remarkable affinities with the Parasurameswar that a conclusion becomes unavoidable to regard them as close contemporaries.
Sidheswar Temple is one of the oldest temples of Jajpur district which is located at a distance of 6 kms from Jajpur. This temple of Lord Sidheswar is surrounded by a lot other shrines and temples
Bhimeswar Temple at Daraba near Jagatsinghpur This temple was erected to memorise the visit of the Pandavs to this district during their 12years exile.
Grameswar Temple (13th cent ruins) at Berhumpur near Jagatsinghpur Adasapur (Prachi valley ) near Bhubaneshwar (37 km)
Bimaleswar - Huma, 32 km from Sambalpur and 350 km from Bhubaneswar, on the river Mahanadi.
Chandaneswar -Temple of Chandaneswar, Talasari Sea Beach famous for weekend traveling and relaxation. Digha (W.B) also can be seen. Chadak Mela (Festival) held here in April. By Air - Bhubaneswar 320 kms. By Rail/ Raod - Balasore 88 kms, Jaleswar 40 kms. and Digha 11 kms
Maninageswara Temple at Baleshwar
Mahadev Baneswar is one of the main places of tourist interest in Balasore
Panchalingeswar - On the Nilgiri Hills. Famous for Five Shiva Lingams with perennial springs flowing over the deities is a natural attraction for the visitors. Nearby is Kuldiha Forest base for trekking. By Air - Bhubaneswar 250 kms, Kolkata 344 kmsBy Rail/ Road - Balasore 30 kms
Aradi is famous for the saiva shrine of Lord Akhandalamani. Hundreds of pilgrims visit the place daily not only for a Darshan of the Lord but also to seek relief from physical ailment they suffer from. It is 52 km from Bhadrak and 110 km from Balasore. One can also negotiate the place by boat from Chandbali through the river.
Baragarh - Bhaskareswar temple
Baragarh - Brahmeswar temple with its minor shrines in the compound
Baragarh - Nabakeswar Temple
Baragarh - Rameswar Temple
Besuaghai - Magheswar temple with its minor shrine
Bhubaneswar - Bakeswar Temple
Bhubaneswar - Lord Lingraj Temple
Bhubaneswar - Maitreswar temple with all the minor temples in the compound
Bhubaneswar - Makareswar temple
Bhubaneswar - Markandeswar Temple
Bhubaneswar - Mukteswar temple with its minor shrines but excluding the Murich Kunda
Bhubaneswar - Parsurameswar temple
Bhubaneswar - Sahasralinga Tank
Bhubaneswar - Sidheswar temple
Bhubaneswar - Sisiresvara temple
Banpur (Puri) - Neelkanthesvara Temple
Puri - Shri Jagannath Temple and subsidiary shrines
Chandeswara Temple at Chandeswar near Tangi (Puri)
Garteswara Temple at Algum near Sakshigopal (Puri)
Grameswara Temple at Lataharana near Kakatpur (Puri)
Khileswara Temple (12th century) at Khilor near Pipli (Puri)
Purneswara Temple at Bhillideuli near Nimapara (Puri)
Somanatha Temple at Ghorodia near Delang (Puri)
Someswara Temple at Someswara near Kakatpur (Puri)
Vanivakreswara Temple at Kalupada near Puri (Delang)
Vishwanath Temple at Krishna Prasadgarh near Amareshwar
Grameswara Temple at Birpratappur near Sakshigopal
Chandrasekhara Temple at Khiching near Panchpir (Mayurbhanj)
Khiching - Nilakanthesvara Temple
Khiching - Tunja Mahadeva Temple
Kakharua Baidyanatha Temple at Mantri near Badasahi (Mayurbhanj)
Gupteswar - Shrine of Lord Shiva situated on a lime stone famous for natural scenery. One can visit Duduma, Balimela and Papadahandi. Shivaratri festival held in Feb-March. By Air - Bhubaneswar 610 kms By Rail/ Road - Koraput 74 kms. and 58 kms. from Jeypore.
Mallikeswar Temple at Padmapur near Gunupur (Koraput)
Padmapuram - Nilkanthesvara Temple
Mallikeswar Temple at Paikapada near Rayagada (Koraput)
Pataleswar Temple at Paikapada near Rayagada (Koraput)
Papadahandi - The Shiva Temple with Champak trees
Minna Jhola - The Shiva Temple here is the focus of hectic activities on Shiv Ratri. You can approach Minna -Jhola from Gunupur via Gudari, 245 km from Koraput.
Kapileswar Temple at Charda near Binka (Balangir)
Kosaleswar Temple (9th cent) at Patnagarh near Sonepur
Someswar Shiva Temple at Ranipur Jharial near Titlagarh
Harishankar - 81 km from Bolangir
Kosaleswar Temple at Anandapur (Degaon) This temple is situated at a distance of 88km from Anandapur and 8 km from Kushei river, at Deogaon. Lakhs of pilgrims arrive here to see the fair on Shivaratri.
Rameswar Temple at Bauda near Phulabani
Siddheswar Temple at Gandharadi near Bauda (Phulabani)
Birupakshya on the river Brutunga, Chakapad, 60 km from Phulbani
Pataleswar Temple (10th cent) at Budhikomna near Khariar (Raipur) Kalahandi in Nawapara district, 115 km from Bhawanipatna.
Ghogar A naturally formed Siva Lingam of black granite.
gonasika - Surrounded by a series of valleys and wooded hills of varying colours, the place is famous as a center of pilgrimage for the temple of Brahmeswar Mahadev, established on the river Vaitarani The river starts flowing from this place and a little away from the place of its origin it goes underground.
Ghatagaon - Gundichaghai, temple of Nilakantheswar and Sanghagara waterfall also can be visited. Makar Mela during Makarshankranti (January) is the fair observed by all. By Air - Bhubaneswar 180 kms. By Rail/Road - 42 kms. from Keonjhar, 78 kms. from J.K.Road and 42 kms. from Anandapur.
Murga Mahadev It is situated 65 kms from Keonjhar near the Thakurani Hill in Champua by the side of a perennial spring. 70 km from Keonjhar
Vimaleshvar - Huma - Famous as the abode of Lord Siva, Huma contains the lone leaning temple of Orissa and also famous as a scenic spot of great excellence. The river Mahanadi flowing close by abounds in fish (Kudo fish) which are never caught. The popular belief is that they belong to Lord Vimaleswar, 32 km from Sambalpur
Pradhanpat - Gokarneshvar, 96 km from Sambalpur
pAvuD - 3 Lord shiva temples
kaTak - someshvar
kaTak - trikUTeshvar
kaTak - rAmeshvar
gOpilAs - on a hill top
gOrArAk - 19 miles from jagannAth, sAmbashivam, sAmbavi
chADeshvar - 12 miles north east from kattak (1119 ACE)
hariharpUr - somanAth
jayapuri - akaNTeshvar
jayapuri - agneshvar
jayapuri - trailochaneshvar
tAmbal - 13 miles south east from kaTTak, doDDabAsappA temple and 2 more shivAlayams
bANEshvaram - near jagannAth
bhuvanEshvar - in olden times this city supposedly had 7000 shivAlayams. Now it has 500 shivAlayams