This website was launched by Dr. M. Nambirajan, Regional Director (West) on March 31, 2017
Rudra Mahalaya Temple
22° 29' 00'' N, 73° 32' 00'' E

It is a Siva Temple built circa 11th century A.D. The temple is presently having antarala and garbhagriha. The sikhara of the temple is missing. The doorway is panchasakha while the pitha is surmounted by gajathara, narathara and devathara. The mandovara is adorned with figures of deities, apsaras and musicians.


Conservation and Preservation

This is what remains now of the Siva temple known as Rudra-mahalaya, built in circa eleventh century A.D. The temple is presently having antarala and garbhagriha. The Sikhara of the temple is missing. The doorway is panchasakha while pitha is surmounted by gajathara, narathara and devathara. The mandovara is adorned with figures of deities, apsaras and musicians. To prevent the encroachment and damage by the cattle’s, the work of chain link fencing on brick masonry dwarf wall has been taken up which is in progress.