Lakshman Temple, Mahasamund

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  • Lakshman Temple (Chhattisgarh) or Lakshman Mandir (dedicated to brother of Rama avatar of Vishnu), is a monument entirely in stone, exquisite workmanship and excellently preserved. Dedicated to Vishnu, stands majestically on a high and massive gray platform which is accessed from the North and the South. Gorgeous is the door jamb with figures representing the reincarnations of God always accompanied by voluptuous female figures. Next to the temple an interesting Museum. To visit!
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  • Laxman temple is its own kind of only temple which is dedicated to lord Laxman. Temple is few steps from the heart of the city. It's the temple which is built by the king in the memory of his wife. It...  more »
  • Very nice escavated temple kept well maintained too. Visit Barnavapara Sanctuary if you are here. Relax.  more »
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  • This is one of the few Laxman temples in the country and also very well preserved by the authorities. The museum within the temple complex hosts various archaeological relics. Must visit for every one who loves Indian history and architecture.
  • This monument came as a pleasant surprise to us. Very well maintained by the ASI( Archeological Survey of India). It also has a small bit interesting museum within its premises. A nominal entry fee is charged.
  • Come, visit this historical and archeological place in Sirpur chhattisgarh. The Laxamana Temple is known to be of 8th century hindu temple made of finest bricks in that time.
  • One of the oldest temple from 6th to 7th century AD. Old archeological relics found in this temple.
  • 'Wow' a brick constructed historical temple without plaster is remained same as new constructed temple.

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