Jorebangla Temple

#3 of 12 things to do in Bishnupur

The Jorebangla Temple takes after two covered cabins consolidated and a solitary pinnacle. This Temple in the block was worked by the Malla King Raghunath Singh in 1655. The structure was raised on a one-meter high stage utilizing laterite blocks. The whole external surface is beautified with earthenware plaques showing different parts of human life and culture, divine beings and goddesses, creatures, botanical and geometrical plans. The temple made of laterite blocks has an appearance of two covered hovels consolidated and surmounted by a solitary pinnacle. The temple's rooftops and dividers have traditional Chala style of design in terracotta. The boards and dividers portray the lives of the Royalty and stories from Epics.

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Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour
Jorebangla Temple  tour