Rajarani Temple is an Eleventh-Century Hindu Temple arranged in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, India. It’s well known for its etched figure and the progressive levels. The Temple is otherwise called “love Temple” and “Indreswara” in view of the sensual carvings of ladies and couple in the Temple. Rajarani Temple is worked in the pancharatha style on a raised stage with two structures: one is focal place of worship called the vimana (sanctum) with a bada (curvilinear tower) over its rooftop ascending to a tallness of 18 m (59 ft) and another is seeing lobby called jagamohana with a pyramidal rooftop. The Temple was worked with dull red and yellow sandstone. There are no pictures inside the sanctum and henceforth it isn’t related with a particular organization of Hinduism however extensively delegated Saivite in light of the specialties.
It is situated at a distance of 03 km from Bhubaneswar Railway Station & 05 km from Airport.