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Chakreshwari Shiva Temple

Chakreshwari Shiva Temple is an ancient Shiva temple located in Rajarani Colony, Bhubaneswar, the capital of the Indian state of Odisha. It is believed to have been built in the 10th / 11th century. Here Shiva is worshiped as the god of sex and vagina. On the east and north sides of the temple are private residences, while on the west are the Chakreshwar ponds. Shivratri, Diwali and Makar Sankranti are traditionally celebrated here, as are Bratopanayan, Rudrabhishek and Chandrabhishek. The temple is built on a low floor, with an airplane and a rebuilt front. The temple is built in the style of Utkaliya Rekha Deul. The temple is built of fences, pillars and heads. The temple has a fourth Ganesha idol in place of Ghazalakshmi at Lalat Bimba, which is as common as any other Shiva temple. It is known as an exception within the temples in Bhubaneswar. Another exception is the Shiva temple at Kalarahanga. There are statues of both Ganesha and Saraswati at Lalat Bimba. In front of the temple is an Amalka stone with statues of Parvati and Karthikeya.
The image is all set as a columnist at the temple door. It has flower branches, male branches, leaf branches. Ganesha, who lives in Lalatbimb, is on a vehicle with a mouse. Near the door, there are two powerful Shaiva gatekeepers as gatekeepers. At the top of the door is a carved image of the new planet. There is a picture of Rahu holding a lotus in his hand, holding a half moon and how many snakes.



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