Ek-ratna ("one tower"), is a style of temple architecture that arose in Bengal. The base structure is similar to the four-sided char-chala temple style, but the roof is quite different, flat with a tower in the centre. It is the simplest style of ratna temple, which is elaborated in the pancharatna ("five towers") and navaratna ("nine towers") styles.
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