Rajarani Temple is a 11th-century Hindu temple placed in Bhubaneswar, the capital town of Odisha, India. The temple is believed to have been recognized at the start as Indreswara. It is domestically referred to as a "love temple" due to the erotic carvings of women and couples within the temple. Rajarani Temple is built inside the pancharatha fashion on a raised platform with the structures: a crucial shrine referred to as the vimana with a bada over its roof rising to a height of 18m, and a viewing hall known as jagamohana with a pyramidal roof. The temple changed into built of dull pink and yellow sandstone regionally referred to as "Rajarani".
There are no snapshots inside the sanctum, and consequently it isn't related to a particular sect of Hinduism however extensively categorised as Saivite primarily based at the niches. Various historians region the authentic creation date among the 11th and 12th centuries, and have placed it kind of belonging to the same duration as the Jagannath Temple at Puri. The architecture of the other temples in principal India is thought to have originated with this temple, the first-rate ones being the Khajuraho temples and Totesvara Mahadeo temple in Kadawa.