Chintamaniswara Shiva Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located in Bhubaneswar, India, and in the capital of Odisha, India. It is located on Chintamaniswar Road, a short distance from Cuttack-Puri Road near the old station market. The temple is facing west and is home to the goddess Shiva Ling. It is a 14th century A.D. D. Is an old temple. According to local legend, the temple was built by the Keshari (Sombanshish). Various religious festivals and Shivratri, Shiva weddings, waterfalls, Rudrabhishek, etc. are celebrated here. In addition, weddings, vows, etc. are worshiped.
According to the plan, it is a square sanctuary and its airline. From the bottom to the top, the temple has a banda, gandi and head. It contains five times the size of the Panchang and the main part, as well as the Khura, Aquarius, Pat, Kani and Basanta. The skeletal part of the temple is partially buried. The thighs are made of 3 threads, which are divided into lower thighs and upper thighs, and the verandah is made of 7 thighs. The Gandhi part is not deprived of any kind of art, and like the Oriya temple, it has Becky, Amalak, Khapur and Kalash on its head. On the east side is a picture of Karthikeya with four arms. He has a pile of coins on his left and a pile on his right hand. He has a chicken in his left hand and a peacock in his right hand. The house on the south side has a picture of Ganesha, armed with four hands, with a garland in his main right hand and a vase in his left hand. It has a broken ivory in the right hand and a broken ivory in the left. On the north side is a statue of Goddess Parvati.
The lower thighs and upper thighs are decorated with a variety of khakra heads and piers. At the end of the Becky’s Day, a bankruptcy court is set up. There is a four-armed deity in the middle of Rah Pagar. The door or base is engraved on both sides by two khakhra heads. The temple is enclosed by a modern perimeter wall measuring 40.00 square meters, with a height of 1.80 m and a thickness of 0.20 m. On the right side of the door is a four-armed Ganesha. The deity is adorned with a garland and garland in the lower left and right hand, and the emerald leaf and fragmented elephant in the upper left hand with the ivory. It is a temple pond located in the courtyard of the temple. According to locals, it was discovered by the Keshari dynasty. The Kartik full moon and the Shravan full moon are celebrated here. It is a rectangular Rio, with a length of 22.40 m and a width of 11.20 m and a width of 300 m. It is naturally filled with groundwater. So that its water level stays the same throughout the year. Excess water is drained through a road on the east wall.