Fast Facts :
Location : Bishnupur, Manipur, India
Known for : Ancient architecture and Chinese Designs
Built By : Maharaja Kiyamba
In the year : 1467
Dedicated To : Lord Vishnu
The tapering roofed place of worship is dedicated to (Lord Vishnu).Constructed in the year 1467, at the time of (Maharaja Kiyamba), the shrine is known for its Chinese designs and ancient architecture. This place is also renowned for extensive production of stones.
The lowliest layer commences of 0ne-two inches elevated platform. The brick covers at angles towards the entrance and the stairways have been tilted to make equivalent turn in a way that these appears to be a pleasant coherence of block layers in position. The structure of the temple is divided in 2 storeys, Lower Jangha, also called as (lower sanctum) and Upper Jangha also called as (upper sanctum).
The covered entrance in facade attains upto the pelmet in its stature. The pelmet area forms a ray of 5 stratum of block striding out a magnificent view of the temple.