Banjaro ki chhatri

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Location: Dausa, Rajasthan

It is a six pillared chhatri with a dome-shaped roof. The pillars reused in the chhatri are superficially similar to the railing pillars of Bharhut.  These carved pillars of white-spotted red sandstone are datable to the pre-Kushana period.


Category: OtherOwnership: Government of Rajasthan
Banjaro ki chhatri Dausa Rajasthan

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