Rajarani temple is one of the many Shiv temples of Bhubaneswar. The temple got its name from the dull red Rajarani sandstone. It has a well maintained green premise, neatly manicured lawns. The temple has intricate and graceful sculptures and has great archaeological importance. The aesthetics, however, gets completely spoiled once one tries to enter the temple. Like many temples around, this one is also bat infested and stinky. There is an urgent need to tackle this problem to save the 11th century temple from any permanent damage.
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