Timings - Opening & Closing:
Monday - Friday: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM ,
Saturday: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM ,
Sunday: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM ,
Public Holidays: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM
Ananta Vasudeva Temple is the worship place of the idols of Lord Krishna, Lord Balaram and Goddess Subhadra. Built in the 13th century, it is a Vaishnav temple. In the temple is housed the idol of Lord Balaram, which is over headed by a seven hooded serpent and the idol of Lord Krishna holding a mace and conch. First of its kind in a group of dated temples, the main temple stands on a uniform platform.
The temple contains a three-chambered frontal adjunct consisting of Jagamohana, the Natamandira and the Bhogamandapa. Temple belongs to the period of Chandrika, the daughter of Anangabhima III, and was built during the reign of the King Bhanudeva. Unlike the images of Puri, idols found in the garbhagruha of the temple have complete structures. Black granite stone has been used to carve the shrimurties. Different kinds of Naivedyas are offered daily.