Baitala deula or Vaitala deula is an 18th century Hindu temple of normal Khakara fashion dedicated to Goddess Chamunda positioned in Bhubaneswar, the capital town of Orissa, India. It is likewise locally known as Tini-mundia deula due to the 3 spires on pinnacle of it, a completely awesome and uncommon function. The 3 spires are believed to be 3 powers of the goddess Chamunda Mahasaraswati, Mahalakshmi and Mahakali. Baitaaa Deu?a Temple's placing feature is the shape of its sanctuary tower.
The semi cylindrical form of its roof is a main instance of Khakhara order of temples- which bears an affinity to the Dravidian Gopuram of the South Indian temples. Its gabled towers with a row of Shikharas monitor unmistakable symptoms of southern intrusion. The plan of the deu?a is oblong and the jagamohana is a rectangular shape, but embedded in each perspective is a small subsidiary shrine. Baitala deu?a boasts of some figures, although finished in comfort, are characterized by way of delicacy of features and ideal equipoise.