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Kankeshvara Mahadev Temple
22° 49' 55.88'' N, 73° 29' 03.08'' E

It is a three-shrined temple standing on a large platform. The central temple is dedicated to Siva and is distinguished by Kakshasana and domical roof. It is datable circa 12th – 13th century A.D.


Conservation and Preservation

It is a three-shrines temple standing on a large platform. The central temple is dedicated to Siva and distinguished by kakshasana and domical roof. It is datable to circa twelfth-thirteenth century A.D. To prevent the encroachment and damage to the monument, a chain link fencing on brick masonry dwarf wall have been completed. The work is completed.