The Vishnu Temple, Bhubaneswar is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu placed on the eastern bank of the Bindu Sagar at Talabazar, on the right aspect of the Talabazar avenue main from Lingaraj Temple to Kedara Gouri lane in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa, India. The temple faces west and the Sanctum The sculptural embellishment on the outer wall and the parsavadevatas in raha area of interest suggests that the temple changed into at the start devoted to Vishnu.
The talajangha is carved with a series of Khachar Mundi pilasters and bandhana has 3 moldings without any carvings. The rebellion is a sequence of pidhamundi. The baranda has five moldings and Gandi is plain besides as an instance inside the primary location and the dopichha simha at the pinnacle of the kanika paga. The doorjambs are carved with 3 vertical bands of puspa sakha, nara sakha and lata sakha. At the bottom of the jambs there are two global-extensive niches that house uncommon kind of doorkeepers of male and female figures. At the time, there's a Gajalaxmi panel sitting on a lotus pedestal. When her left hand is conserving the right hand