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Temples Of Odisha


Location: Puri, Odisha 


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Jagannath Puri


Jagannath Puri


Jagannath Puri


Jagannath Puri


Great Wheel of Konark Sun Temple


Konark Sun Temple


Konark Sun Temple(13th Century)


Konark Sun Temple(13th Century)


Konark Sun Temple(13th Century)


Konark Sun Temple(13th Century)



Konark Sun Temple (Present)


Konark Sun Temple
(Present)




Konark Sun Temple(Present)


Konark Sun Temple

Great Wheel, Konark Sun Temple

Iskcon Bhubaneshwar

Bindu Sagar Temple


 
Inside Dome of Mukteshwar Temple,  (Zoom) 


Rajarani Temple

Mukteshwar Temple

Rajarani Temple

Siddeshwara Temple

Siddeshwara Temple

Ananta Basudev Temple

Ananta Basudev Temple


Temple of Hanuman



Ram Mandir Temple

Temple of Vishnu-Shiva(Combined form)


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