The front of the hall is open, the sides are closed, but with narrow door- ways : it is at the side of the northern narrow entrance that the illegible inscription is let in. Both the cells have tower roofs surmounted by the usual amalaka fruit; but what... Archaeological Survey of India Reports - Page 149by Archaeological Survey of India - 1878Full view
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J. D. Beglar - Bundelkhand - 1878 - 252 pages
...ancient. I regret I must greatly reduce the romantic antiquity of the temples. The temple of Mahadeo Kuleswar consists of a sanctum facing east and entered...the two cells are not equal, that over the cell of Mahddeo being higher. The external forms of the towers, too, have not the graceful curve of the ancient...