The Lingaraj Temple is an antiquated sanctuary arranged in the city of Bhuwaneshwar and is the biggest sanctuary arranged in the city. Devoted to Lord Shiva as the name recommends, the sanctuary was fabricated at some point in the seventh century by the King Jajati Keshari. The building of the sanctuary is an extraordinary case of Orissa style of engineering and has unpredictably outlined stone vaults covering the fundamental sanctum of the sanctuary. The Lingraj Temple houses a Shivalingam that ascents to a monstrous stature of 8 crawls over the floor level and is around 8 feet in width also. A little sanctuary devoted to Goddess Bhagawati sanctuary is situated in the northwest corner of the patio also. In any case, passage is confined to the devotees of the Hindu confidence as it were. Despite the fact that the sanctuary is essentially committed to Lord Shiva, pictures of Lord Vishnu are likewise present here and can be ascribed to the ascent of the god's noticeable quality in the Jagannath Sect. Master Harihara who is the sign of Shiva and Vishnu in a similar divinity, additionally shows up here. Over the span of multi day, an aggregate of 22 love administrations are offered to the gods here every day. Once consistently, the picture of Lingaraja is taken to the Jalmandir in the focal point of Bindu Sagar Lake. The sanctuary has upwards of 6,000 guests once a day with Shivratri being a noteworthy day of festivities when this number floods to upwards of 200,000 guests.