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Garbeta

 

Raikota Fort

Remaining of Bagri kings capital and fort. The fort was having four main gates. Lal Darwaja, Rauta Darwaja, Pesa Darwaja and Hanuman Darwaja. There was seven ponds in the northern side of the fort Jaltungi, Indra-Puskarini, Pathuria, Hadua, Mangala, Kobesh Dighi and Amra Puskarini. Ponds were made by (1555-1610) Bagri's Chauhan kings.

Sarbamangala Temple

The largest temple in north side of Mangala lake is Sarbamangala Temple . Whwn it was made is unknown .North facing temple with influence of Orissa Architecture. Inside the temple the idols are notable. Famous for its architecture.

Kameshwar temple and Radhaballav Temple

Both the temples are famous, You can see some similarity with Sarbamangala Temple . Radhaballav temple is a mixture of Orissa and Bengal Architecture.

Bagri's Krishnarai Jiu Temple

The temple is situated at the left bunk of river Silaboti. Five pillared temple entirely Bengal Architecture . The first king of Bagri Gajapati Singha's minister Rajyadhar roy built this temple. The idol of lord Krishnarai is made by black basalt stone.

Festival: Dol Jatra

Raghunathji Temple , Raghunath Bari

Situated at the southern part of river Silaboti (Ganganis Danga). 9 pillared temple. Raghunath or Bishnupur's Adi-Malla made this tample.

Uriyasaier Tempel

Remaining of stone made temple, made by Chouhan Singha (Bengali 996).

Jhalda Fort, Nayabasat

Remaining of Bagri king Ganapati Singha's fort

Nearest Rail Station : Midnapore
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