Astasambhu Siva Temples is a group of 8 Hindu temples committed to Lord Siva located in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa, India. In the Uttaresvara Siva Temple precinct there are 8 temples of identical length and measurement domestically called Astasambhu. Ashta method 8 and Sambhu refers to any other name of Lord Shiva. Five of them are organized in a single alignment are also known as Panchu Pandava. The temple is below the personal ownership and is maintained via the Ratnakara Gargabatu and circle of relatives. According to architectural functions like bada department and pabhaga mouldings, this temple turned into constructed around tenth Century A.D.
This is a constructing made of stones and its typology is Rekha Deul. The temple is surrounded by Godavari tank inside the east, Uttaresvara Siva Temple compound wall in west, and Bindusagar tank in south beyond the compound wall. The temple has an east going through shrine. The temple has a square vimanam measuring 2.45 metres with a frontal porch of 0.53 metres. Its pancharatha as outstanding by using a critical raha and 2 anuratha and kanika pagas on either aspects of the raha.