It is the oldest brick temple. Built by King Bir Hambir. The temple has an unusual elongated pyramidical tower, surrounded by hut-shaped turrets, which were very typical of Bengali roof structures of the time.
Built by King Raghunath Singha Dev II. The ornate terracotta carvings are set off by the roof in the classic chala style of Bengal architecture.
Pancha Ratna Temple
Shyam Ray (Krishna)
Built by King Raghunath Singha. It stands on a low square plinth and consists of an ambulatory pathway with a porch opened by three arches on the four sides of the temple. The central sikhara is octagonal, while the rest four are square. The walls are richly decorated with terracotta carvings featuring aspects of Lord Krishna’s life.
King Durjana Singh Deva built the temple in the ekaratna style, a square flat-roofed building with carved cornices, surmounted by a pinnacle. Impressive carvings on the walls depict scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and the Puranas.
Built by Bir Singha II in ekaranta style. It is built on a square raised plinth, consisting of ornamental stucco decorations on low relief carvings.
Radhya Shyam temple
Built by Chaitanya Singha in ekaratna style. It was built in a square plan, consisting of a dome shaped sikhara and stucco motifs depicting floral, geometric and depiction of the life from puranas.
Consisting of a square ground plan and a single tower resting on a curved roof. Very little motif work can be seen on the lower part of the temple.
Built by King Raghunath Singha in ekratna style with laterite stone.
Raghunath Singha I built the temple in brick.
A Pancharatna mandir built by Shiromani Devi, Queen of Veer Singha II.
Built by Shiromani Devi, Queen of Veer Singha II. It is an ekratna temple with floral designs and stucco works.
Radha Govinda Temple
Built by Krishna Singh, son of Gopal Singha in ek-ratna style with laterite.
Radha Madhab Temple
Built by the daughter-in-law of Mallaraj Gopal Singh, Churamoni Devi in ek-ratna style with brick and has bas relief curvings.