Ananta Vasudeva Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu positioned in Bhubaneswar, the state capital of Odisha, India. The temple was constructed in the 13th century, and the entire murties of Krishna, Balarama and Subhadra are worshipped there. Balarama stands under a seven hooded serpent, Subhadra holds Jewels pot and lotus in her arms retaining her left foot over some other jewel pot, while Krishna holds a mace, chakra, lotus and a conch. The temple dates lower back to the duration of Chandrika Devi, the daughter of Anangabhima III, at some point of the reign of the king Bhanudeva.
In shape, the temple resembles the Lingaraj temple, but includes vaishnavite sculptures. The temple has longitudinal bands of miniature shikharas, exactly like the ones in Lingaraj temple, with the minor distinction that the wide variety of the shikharas forming one longitudinal band in its case is handiest three. The sculpture in the outdoors walls varies in man or woman in every temple in Bhubaneswar. Most of the girl sculptures in the temple walls are overly ornamanted and shortage originality.