The Bhubaneshwari Temple is situated in Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand. The temple is located 8. 2 kms away from the Golchakkar bus stand and can be travelled within 26 minutes via the Straight Mile Road. There are 3 major landmarks to the Bhubaneshwari Temple in Jamshedpur: the Valley View High School, the Plaza Market and the Millennium Park.
This temple is locally known as the Telco Bhuvaneshwari Temple because it is situated on top of the 500 feet Telco hill (also known as the Bhvanagiri hills). The temple is dedicated to the goddess Bhuvaneshwari (bhubaneshwari). The goddess is also known as Jagdamba, which means 'the mother of the universe' and more popularly as Maa Durga. The shrine of this temple was built in the year 1978 by Swami Ranga Rajan. The hall of the temple is supported by 8 pillars that depict 8 different avatars of the goddess.
The speciality of The Bhubaneshwari Temple is definitely the architecture. The pure south Indian architecture is seen all over the 5 storeyed Rajgopuram. There are special prayers and offerings on Fridays, Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays as they are auspicious to the goddess. Dusshera, Diwali and Laksmi festivals are celebrated with great-spirit and heartiness. Yagyas are performed on all days of the week in this particular temple as well.
The Bhubaneshwari Temple is open during timings 7:00 - 7:00 PM on all days of the week. The temple is best when visited all throughout the year. Many devotees are often found visiting the temple on a daily basis. Typically, devotees spend an average of 1 hour in this temple.