Kedareswar Temple, one of the 8 Astasambhu Temples, is close to the Mukteswar Temple, in Bhubaneswar, Orissa. The presiding deity is Lord Shiva, stated domestically by means of the call Kedareshwar. It is in the precinct of Kedara Gouri at the proper aspect of the road main to Puri from Bhubaneswar and at a distance of 40 metres south of Muktesvara. It is one of the ten monuments within the precinct.
It is the primary temple of the complicated. The temple is going through south and the enshrined deity is a round yonipitha made from sandstone. The linga on the centre is lacking. The sanctum is 2.5 square meters which is 0.8 meters underneath the existing floor. It stands near the backyard of the Mukteswar Temple. There lived a couple named Kedar male and Gouri lady. They cherished each different and decided to marry. The society was towards the union, so it led them to escape from village.