Laxminarayan Temple


The Laxminarayan Temple presents a harmonious blend of fort and temple architectural style. The beautiful edifice of the sacred shrine of Laxminarayan Temple bears relics to the rich religious history and architectural legacy of the ancient times.
One of the notable travel attractions in Orchha, Laxminarayan Temple is devoted to Goddess Laxmi, the Goddess of wealth and good fortune.

The architectural structure of Laxminarayan Temple was constructed by Vir Singh Deo during the year of 1662. However, the beautiful religious monument soon began to deteriorate because of poor maintenance facilities. Prithvi Singh renovated the entire structure of the temple in the year of 1793 and helped it from encountering further damage.

The Laxminarayan Temple draws several devotees from far and wide who are absolutely awed by the magnificent architecture of the sacred sanctorum of the religious shrine of Orchha in Madhya Pradesh. A portion of the religious shrine has special provisions for religious sacrifices that are offered to Goddess Laxmi.

The walls and ceilings of Laxminarayan Temple are engraved with beautiful paintings and colorful frescos that impart a unique look to the sacred sanctorum. A creative mix of the rich Bundel and Mughal style of art, the splendid engravings and paintings of Laxminarayan Temple portrays the rich artistic caliber and imaginative skill of the local artisans of the ancient times.

The colorful paintings on the walls and ceilings of the holy shrine of Laxminarayan Temple are based on religious and secular subjects. Laxminarayan temple is easily reachable from all parts of Orchha by means of local transportation systems.



Last Updated on 19/06/2013

     


     

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