Dharmrajeshwar

Dharmrajeshwar is an ancient Hindu cave temple site of 4th-5th century in Mandsaur district in Madhya Pradesh, India. Dharmrajeshwar Temple signifies brilliant example of Indian rock-cut architecture. This monolithic Temple has been constructed using solid natural rock, and the architecture is similar to Kailasa Temple, Ellora Caves. The main Temple houses a Shivaling and a murti of Bhagwan Vishnu, surrounded by 7 smaller shrines.

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The ancient civilization and culture of India, known for sculpture, architecture, and architecture, has shown its beauty to itself through buildings, palaces as well as religious places. So in this list today, we have brought you information about the most famous temples of India, which are known around the world for their grand darshan. When…


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