Engrossed in the worship of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti is another famous temple of Odisha, Parasurameswara. It was around 650 AD that this temple counted among the Parashurameshvara group of temples was gifted to the city of Bhubaneswar. Even though Parasurameswara Temple is the abode of Lord Shiva, this temple worships both Shakti and Shiva. Moreover, if travelers consider the architectural style of this temple, it embodies the charm of Nagara style which was followed widely during 650 AD. Some of the major features in the architecture that make this temple one of the popular tourist attractions are the vimana, a bada, the curvilinear spire over the roof and the sanctum. For those who want to plan a visit to Parasurameswara Temple can come around the time of June and July as the temple celebrates Parashurashtami which is its main festival.