Rajarani Temple, Bhubaneshwar is supposed to be built sometime between 11th-12th centuries and is best known for its architectural beauty. The name Rajarani comes itself from the name of the stone it is built of. This temple is a perfect example of divine craftsmanship that has been put into reality on the dull-red, yellow stone. The beautiful cravings of women and couples on the walls and exteriors of the temple have credited it the name of the “Love Temple”, originally known as Indreswara left me awestruck.
Rajarani temple offers a very blissful combination of divinity and eroticism; one can ever find in any of the temples pan India. This temple is admirable, unique, very beautiful with its distinctive craven sculptures and is a must visit. The Temple City of India i.e. Bhubaneswar remains unexplored without visiting this temple- truly a “Love Temple”.