I went to this place in August 2016. If you want to experience wonders of Terracotta then there should not be any second thought on going to this place.
A build of 1643 by Raghunath Singha, This structure is built with laterite stones. It stands on a low square plinth and consists of an ambulatory pathway with a porch opened by three arches on the four sides of the temple. The central shikhara is octagonal, while the rest four are square. The walls are richly decorated with terracotta carvings... 更多
Standing in a well managed garden with adequate space in all sides this temple boasts of the best implementation of terracotta in the whole Bishnupur Temple series!! The Shyamrai Temple: Built in the year 1643 by the Malla King Raghunath Singha, this temple is regarded as the best example of the Pancharatna type on a carved Bangla Chala Roof. The... 更多
One of earlier temples of Bishnupur, this structure is built with laterite stones and was originally covered with stucco which is now non-existent owing to weatherisation. Be accompanied with a local guide to get to know the history and folklore that goes hand in hand with these beautiful temples.
it is an excellent signature of Bengali architecture. A must see for everyone who is interested to see the history of true bengal terracotta . The preservation is also excellent. Thanx to local authority.