The Lingaraja Temple is the largest in Bhubaneswar, with the sanctum tower rising 36.5 meters. The temple is set in a large walled complex, with many smaller shrines and structures around it. The main temple and its attached mandap (jagamohan) are from the late-11th c, with the additional mandaps and surrounding shrines from subsequent centuries. Lingaraja is also the most important temple in Bhubaneshwar from a religious standpoint, and so of course I wasn’t allowed to take photos inside the walled complex. The photos below are from outside the complex and from a viewing point constructed along the outside of the north wall.
Photos from outside the Lingaraja complex, starting from the south side and moving to the western wall.
Photos from the northern viewing point
The main eastern entrance to the complex