Parashurameswar Temple Parashurameswar Temple is a marvelous scared place that is built in the 7th century. It is a rectangular structure with a terraced roof, sloping in two stages and acclaimed to be one of the oldest temples in Bhubaneswar. Built in 650 A. D, the temple has gaining more and more popularity amongst a large number of devotees. This temple is adorned with ancient sculptures of animals and floral designs of Lord Ganesh, Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Lord Muruga and other Hindu Gods.
The temple is 13 m high and has a dominant style of the early periods. This holy place is typified the stage of Saiva Pasupata Sect that is demonstrated by the numerous depiction of Lakulisa. It is sculpted in Buddha-like form, with four disciples at his feet as shown on the last side of the tower. The fresco has typically ardent couples, divided by paneled jalis vidalas , springing over a crouching elephant at corners.