Dashavatar Temple on the banks of Betwa River
is a classic example of the ingenuity of Gupta architecture. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu
Built around 6th century AD, a row of panels, which are beautifully sculpted, arrest the attention of the visitor. The door way to the sanctum sanctorum has finely carved figures of Yamuna and Ganga. Some of the important tales in the life of Vishnu are sculpted on the rathika panels, in recesses, along its three sidewalls. Parts of the structure are in a dilapidated state.