Patalesvara Siva Temple – II
Location: Bhubaneswar
Famous For : Siva Temple
District: Khordha
History : Patalesvara Siva Temple – II is a Shiva temple located in Bhubaneswar, Orissa. This temple dates back to the 10th/11th century and is partly buried and broken. Patalesvara Siva temple is located on the right side of the Talabazar road leading from Kedara-Gouri temple to Lingaraja temple. The temple is surrounded by Ananta Basudeva temple in the east across the road, Bindusagar tank in west. The temple is buried up to half of the jangha. The temple has bada, gandi and mastaka. The bada of the temple above the present surface measures 2.50 metres, gandi measures 3 m and mastaka measures 1 m in height. The building material is sandstone and construction technique is dry masonry. The style is predominantly Kalingam.
How to Reach : Bhubaneswar is the headquarters of the East coast of the Railway station. The city is well connected to other major railway junctions located in the metros. There are passenger trains which travel on a regular basis. The city has good private and public bus service that runs on the state and national highway road. The airport is located at the centre of the city. Taxis and auto rickshaws will drop you into the city from the airport.

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