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Magderu Temple Dhrusanwel
22° 28' 00'' N, 69° 07' 00'' E

This five-shrined (Panchayatana) temple, dedicated to Lord Siva, belongs to the Chalukayan period. The main temple faces west. It consists of an open mandapa with aisles, garbhagriha and pradakshinapatha. Sculptures of Hindu deities’ decorate the niches of the jangha mouldings. This temple is datable to circa 8th -9th century A.D.