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stands a tower of "char-chala" type. The structure stands on a raised, almost square plinth and is about 11.8 mtr. in length, 11.7 mtr. in breadth and 10.7m in height. The temple is heavily decorated with intricate terracotta works on it's outer walls and the facade of the porch. However there are no decorations on the inner side of the temples. The decorations are arranged in vertical, horizontal and curved bands filled with plaques or tile like structures in rows. The main faced of the template
with octagonal pilasters which rises to full height on either side of the three arched entrances. Above the entrance also exists this kind of pilaster decorations but half the height of the others and is arranged in groups of four. The wall bands are usually decorated with ornaments, flowers, different kind of patterns. Also the panel contains scene from epics, krishna-lila, hunting scenes as well as
1. Archaelogical Survey of India, Kolkata Circle.
2. Bishnupur – S.S. Biswas [Archaelogical Survey of India
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