Sone Ka Gurja and Jogni Temple

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Location: Dholpur, RajasthanYear: 11th Century

This ancient temple, in a dilapidated condition, faces north and consists of a small plain sanctum enshrining a Siva-linga, a large square mandapa, and a portico.  The complex was a panchayatana, as indicated by the presence of a small shrine in the north-west corner.  Pillars were decorated with ghatapallava designs.  The temple, originally, was adorned with surasundaris and kichakas, etc. The temple dates from circa to the eleventh century.

Category: OtherOwnership: Government of Rajasthan

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