Rajarani Temple is an 11th-century located in , the capital city of , . The temple is believed to have been known originally as . It is locally known as a "" because of the erotic carvings of women and couples in the temple. Rajarani Temple is built in the pancharatha style on a raised platform with two structures: a central shrine called the (sanctum) with abada (curvilinear spire) over its roof rising to a height of 18 m (59 ft), and a viewing hall called with a pyramidal roof. The temple was constructed of dull red and yellow sandstone locally called "Rajarani". There are no images inside the sanctum, and hence it is not associated with a specific sect of Hinduism but broadly classified as based on the niches.
The Orissan have two parts namely the (deul or vimana) and the other is place from where pilgrims view the sanctum (called jagamohana).