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Khordha is an administrative division of the state of Odisha, India. It was formed on April 1, 1993, by the division of former Puri District into Puri, Khurda and Nayagarh districts. In the year 2000, the district name was changed to Khordha. The district headquarters is Khordha Town, formerly known as Jajarsingh, or Kurada. The capital city of Bhubaneswar is located in this district. Khurda is the most urbanised of all the districts of Odisha. Khurda Road, the railway station that serves the town is also the divisional headquarters of the East Coast Railway of the Indian Railways. Khurda is known for its brass utensils, cottage industries, railway coach manufacturing, and cable manufacture.
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Lingaraj Temple Bhubaneshwar

Lingaraja temple is the largest temple in Bhubaneswar. The central tower of the temple is 180 ft tall.

Rajarani Temple Bhubaneswar

Rajarani temple is believed to have been known originally as Indreswara. It is locally known as a "love temple" because of the erotic carvings of women and couples in the temple.

Parasurameswar Temple Bhubaneswar

Parashurameshvara Temple has a vimana, the sanctum, and a bada, the curvilinear spire over its roof, rising to a height of 40.25 ft .

Mukteshvara Temple Bhubaneswar

Mukteshvara temple dates back to 950–975 CE and is a monument of importance in the study of the development of Hindu temples in Odisha.

Brahmeswara Temple Bhubaneshwar

Brahmeswara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, erected at the end of the 9th century CE, is richly carved inside and out.This Hindu temple can be dated with