The Brahma Temple is positioned within the japanese embankment of the Bindusara River, at the left facet avenue main from Lingaraj Temple. The temple is surrounded by the Bindusagar Tank at the west in Bhubaneswar. Bindusara is a small river situated in the district of Beed in Maharashtra state of India. It is a tributary river of Sindphana and a sub-tributary of Godavari river. Bendsura dam overflowing in monsoon. Balaghat Range may be seen within the background. Bindusara originates in the hills of Balaghat close to the village Waghira, in south of district Beed in Patoda taluqa. It is a hilly vicinity. Various small streams contributes to the river.
The town of Beed is located at the banks of Bindusara river. Lord Brahma got here to Bhubaneswar to wait the coronation of Lingaraj Deva. Here he became requested to stay for all time, but he assured that he'll come every year at the month of Chaitra for the Ashokashtami festival. Again he assured that he can be the charioteer of the Rukuna Rath of Shri Lingaraja. So a temple turned into erected in honour of him near Bindusagar. The principal temple is of past due Kalingan style relationship back to 15th century. The present temple become constructed throughout the Gajapati Rulers. The temple features a four-surpassed black chlorite picture of Brahma.