Papanasini Siva Temple is a deserted Hindu temple placed in Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India. The Papanasini Siva temple is located within the Papanasini precinct, Badheibanka Chowk, Old Town, Bhubaneswar, at an elevation of 45 toes. The temple faces towards the south. It is an abandoned temple and the sactum is empty. The temple is product of laterite. It is a public property. Nobody is involved approximately the monument. The monument is surviving on its own.
According to architectural functions, this temple changed into constructed across the 14th to 15th centuries. Architectural capabilities Plan and Elevation: On plan, the temple has a rectangular vimana that measures 2.50 square meters. On elevation, the vimana is of pidha order measuring four.16 meters in peak. With fivefold divisions of the bada the temple has a panchanga bada that measures 2.06 meters in peak pabhaga 0.55 meters, talajangha 0.40 meters, bandhana 0.23 meters, upara jangha 0.42 meters and baranda 0.46 meters. Gandi 1.15 meters and mastaka measures 0.95 meters.