Parsurameswar Temple Bhubaneswar
About Parsurameswar Temple
Parashurameshvara Temple likewise spelt Parsurameswar, situated in the East Indian city of Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, is viewed as the best saved example of an early Orissan Hindu temple dated to the Shailodbhava period between the seventh and eighth hundreds of years CE. The temple is devoted to the Hindu god Shiva and is one of the most established existing temples in the state. It is accepted to have been worked around 650 CE in Nagara style and has all the fundamental highlights of the pre-tenth century Orissan-style temples. The temples is one among the Parashurameshvara gathering of temples.
There are no consistent flights from other real urban communities of the nation to Bhadrak. Closest air terminal is Bhubaneswar Airplane terminal.
114 km away
Bhubaneswar Air terminal (BBI), Bhubaneshwar, Odisha
254 km away
Netaji Subhas Chandra Air terminal (CCU), Kolkata, West Bengal
Bhadrak is all around associated with other real urban communities of the nation by means of standard trains.
Railroad Station(s): Bhadrakh (BHC)
Rather than Bhadrak you can a get a transport to Chandbali on customary premise.
42 km away
57 km away