The Brahmeswar temple standing 18 m in height is situated in Bhubaneswar and belongs to the later part of the Kalingan school of architecture. Built in around 11th century , this temple is presided by Lord Shiva. The exterior of the temple is elaborately carved with swans, monkeys, lions, deers, figures of Gods and Goddesses, religious scenes and the ninth planet "Ketu" also finds its place here. The scenes in the riches of the miniature temples of the upper sections are mainly erotic couples in various poses and voluptuous female figures elaborately bedecked with ornaments. A rare depiction of Shiva as Natraja playing a vina above a bull is found in the carvings of this temple.