28.04.2010 / last updated: 26.11.2010
The Jawari temple
This temple built between circa 1075 and 1100 AD. is well propotioned architecture with sanctum, vestibule, Mandapa and portico, but without Pradakhinapatha. It has a remarkable Makara-Torana and a beautiful Sikhara (tower). It is decorated with three bands of beautifully carved sculptures on its outer walls. The temple has a close resemblance with Chaturbhuja temple at Khajuraho. Besides there are certain features which resembles medieval temple architecture of central india.
[source: archaeological survey of india]