Incredible Odisha

Maha Shivaratri at Lingaraj Temple

Lingaraj Temple was lit with lakhs of lights by devotees making it most memorable!

Shivaratri Lights

The view of Lingaraj Temple from sky was unexplainable - It seemed like the entire Bhubaneswar  was praying in the temple

View from Top

The Lingaraj Temple Bhubaneswar was built in the 11th century by King Jajati Keshari, who was a devotee of Lord Shiva


In the 16th century, the temple underwent another major renovation under the rule of King Kapilendra Deva

Temple Renovation

It is said that Lord Shiva himself appeared in the dreams of King Jajati Keshari and instructed him to build the temple

Mahabharat Connection 

The temple is adorned with carvings of various gods and goddesses, as well as scenes from Hindu mythology.

Carvings and Sculptures

Each sculpture is crafted with great skill and attention to detail, and they are a true testament to the skill of the temple's artisans.

Temple Architecture 

This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion at Lingaraj Temple. Devotees from all over the country come to visit the temple and offer prayers to Lord Shiva

Shivaratri Celebrations

This year's Mahashivaratri is the biggest celebration after COVID-19 Lockdowns. It is estimated that more than 10 lakhs devotees attended the event.

Biggest Celebration  after COVID

Har Har Mahadev is the chant which will remain entrusted in everyone’s heart after Mahashivaratri festival.

Har Har Mahadev