Lalji Mandir

Country :IND

State :West Bengal

Locality/City/Village :Barddhaman

Address :Kalna, Bardhaman, West Bengal 713409, India

God :Devi

Category :Famous temples

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Lalji Mandir

Lalji temple was built in 1739 by Braja Kishori Devi who was the wife of Maharaja Jagat Ram. Inside the temple premise, a bright yellow Garuda with chilly green wings faces the main idols of Radha and Krishna. Lalji temple is located in West Bengal with small panels which surround the base of the temple, thereby depict scenes from the Puranas. This temple is basically dedicated to Shri Radhika and Shri Krishna. A dancing hall is there just in front of the temple, named- Natmandir. Opening hours of Lalji Temple: Open now January to December: Lalji Temple is one of the oldest temples among the group of terracotta temples of Kalna. The temple is built of bricks, and the walls were covered with terracotta figures. Most of it has worn off with time, but what remains never fails to amaze the viewer. The bizzare feature of this temple is the 25 peaks on the roof. And these type of temples are known as Panchabinsati-Ratna Mandir. It looks wonderful from a distance.

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