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Mundeshvari Stone Temple

Mundeshvari Stone Temple is an octagonal shrine situated at Ramgarh in Kaimur District of Bihar. According to the inscriptions in the temple, the history of the temple dates back to AD 636. The temple stands as an example for the architectural style of the Gupta period.

The shrine has eight principal offsets with four doorways in the main direction and four niches in the corners, each flanked by a pair of smaller niches. The doorframes and the niches are adorned in Gupta style. Traces of a mandap can be seen in the front of the temple.

Updated on 27th October, 2014
District: Kaimur
Location: Ramgarh    


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