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Bilpakeshwara Temple

Bilpakeshwara Temple is an ancient shrine situated about 18 km, south-west of Ratlam, in Madhya Pradesh. The presiding deity here is Lord Shiva. This temple built in Pachayatana variety, dates back to 10-11th century.

Bilpakeshwara Temple is constructed in Gurjara-Chalukyan style of architecture, a contemporary style of Paramara temple architecture. The temple has a Garbhagriha (sanctum sanctorum), Antarala and a Mahamandapa, all in axis facing east.

Bilpakeshwara Temple can be approached through a deviation fare-weather road about 3 km from Mhow-Neemach Highway. Ratlam Junction Railway Station is the nearest railhead.

Updated on 2nd October, 2005
District: Ratlam
Location: Ratlam    


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