Nebiya Khera Temple, Bhadwara(9th-10th century AD) is built in panchayatana style with a central shrine and four subsidiary shrines. However, not all subsidiary shrines are at the corners. Three subsidiary shrines are built at the corners but one is built in line with the northern wall of the central shrine. The central shrine is a fine example of Latina shikhara of Nagar temple style. A Shivalinga is placed inside the sanctum. There is a panel on the inner west wall of the sanctum.It appears that one image could be of Kartikeya and another might be of Veerbhadra.
08-08-2020: Nebiya Khera Terracotta Temples of India A commemorative postage stamp
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