Parashurameshvara Temple also spelt Parsurameswar, located within the East Indian town of Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, is taken into consideration the great preserved specimen of an early Orissan Hindu temple dated to the Shailodbhava period among the seventh and 8th centuries CE. The temple is devoted to the Hindu god Shiva and is one of the oldest present temples inside the state. It is assumed to had been constructed round 650 CE in Nagara fashion and has all the main features of the pre-tenth century Orissan-fashion temples.
The temple is one a few of the Parashurameshvara institution of temples. Decorations outdoor the temple together with engravings of divine ducks in addition to plant life, at the lower component it may be apreciated the symbol of the Purna-Kalasha and at the left the photograph of a Lingam that represents Shiva. Parashurameshvara Temple has a vimana, the sanctum, and a bada, the curvilinear spire over its roof, rising to a top of 40.25 toes. It is the primary temple to have a further shape called jagamohana, compared to the sooner temples that had only the vimana.