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Bhattamati Temple

Bhattamati Temple is a Pancharatna temple located at Bhattamati in Murshidabad District of West Bengal. It is a Shaivite temple, which faces the south.

This beautiful temple is believed to have been built in the mid of 18th century. The walls of the temples are decorated with exquisite sculptures, which are scenes from the Hindu epics.

The temple enshrines the image of six-armed Lord Krishna in the dancing posture. A few Shivlingas are found scattered in the vicinity of the temple.

Bhattamati is about 5 km west of Lalbagh Court Railway Station on Howrah-Azimganj section of the Eastern Railways.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Murshidabad
Location: Bhattamati Village


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