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Examining the carefully crafted details of Bishnupur’s timeless architecture with fine frames of terracotta temples through ‘In-Depth’.

Go on a visual journey of Bishnupur’s architecture marvels and heritage through “In-Depth”. Named after Lord Vishnu and influenced by the Vaishnavite Malla Kings, Bishnupur reflects the fine Architecture of West Bengal. The town created a unique style of architecture including the most exquisite terracotta work during the Malla kings’ era. Discover intricate terracotta work in landmarks like Lalji Temple and Ras Mancha, reflecting the unique Mallabhum dynasty architecture.

dancing sculptures carved on a terracotta wall

Carved Rhythms  Sculpted harmony at Ras Mancha.

Three dancers have been expertly carved into the terracotta walls of Ras Mancha in Bishnupur. The highly detailed artwork tells a timeless story of art of Malla kingdom. It infuses a rhythm into the terracotta temples of Bishnupur.

close up of carved elephants and birds

Carved Canvas  Crafting tales in Bishnupur.

Fine sculptures on the streets of Bishnupur narrate tales and art of the Malla kingdom. This image of birds and elephants shows the rich architecture of West Bengal.

detailed carvings of humans and animals

Sculpted Stories  Terracotta tales magnified.

The elaborate sculptures on the Jor Bangla wall carvings tell stories filled with in-depth details. They reveal divine histories. Through these photos we can see famous terracotta temples such as Jor Bangla presenting a symphony of history carved in their walls.

lord hanuman sculpted on temple wall

Sacred Guardian  Lalji’s terracotta grace, Hanuman.

The beautiful wall carving of Hanuman at the Lalji temple of Bishnupur shows the skill of Mallabhum dynasty architecture.

an idol carved in a wall

Idolised Walls  Intricate idol, timeless beauty.

This wall glowing in the soft sunlight is decorated with an enchanted statue. It displays the remarkable terracotta architecture of the Malla dynasty. These photos of Lalji temple provide a peek into Bishnupur’s creative terracotta architecture.

carvings of gods' stories onto wall

Eternal Carvings  Lalji’s walls echo divine narratives.

Finely carved images of Lord Vishnu on the seven-headed divine serpent adorn the walls of the Lalji temple of Bishnupur. The walls tell a tale showing the Malla kingdom’s rich legacy of architecture.

The historic architecture of Bishnupur bears witness to the Malla kings’ legacy. All the photos from the famous Lalji Temple to the Ras Mancha, narrates a tale of rich cultural heritage and history. Every photo of “In-Depth” portrays the complex craftsmanship of Bishnupur.  With every detail discover divine features of a golden past.


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