Mohanpur Jagannath temple
|Mohanpur Jagannath Temple
মোহনপুর জগন্নাথ মন্দির
|Bengali:||মোহনপুর জগন্নাথ মন্দির|
|Architecture and culture|
|Architectural styles:||Kalinga architecture|
Jagannath temple is one of the ancient temples in Mohanpur in the Midnapore district of West Bengal, India. It is situated about 20 km from Jaleswar, 16 km from Egra and 201 km from Kolkata. Idols of Jagannath, Balaram and Subhadra are present in the temple. This temple was constructed around 1611 by Karmahapatra family and is currently in a ruined condition and requires preservation. Legend is that the Puri Jagannath Mandir is visible from the peak of this temple.
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