Bisaldeo temple

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Location: Bisalpur Dam, Tonk, RajasthanYear: 12th-century

Bisaldeo temple, also known as Bisaldev temple or Bisal Deoji's temple, is a Hindu temple in Bisalpur, India. It is located beside the Bisalpur Dam on the Banas River, in the Tonk district of Rajasthan state. The temple is dedicated to Gokarneshvara, an aspect of Shiva. A Monument of National Importance, it was commissioned by the 12th-century Chahamana ruler Vigraharaja IV, who is also known as Bisal Deo.

Category: OtherOwnership: Government of Rajasthan

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