Jor-Bangla Temple or Keshta Roy Temple (c. 1655), Bishnupur, Bankura dist., West Bengal, India.
Jor-bangla, also called yorubangala, is a style of temple architecture that arose in Bengal. The style involves two structures that resemble the traditional village huts of the region, one that serves as a porch, in front of the other that serves as a shrine. Each structure has a roof of the ek-bangla (or do-chala) style, with two curved segments that meet at a curved ridge.
Gopinath Jor-Bangla is a Hindu temple located 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) south of Pabna town in Bangladesh. There is no reliable information about the date when it was built, possibly in the 19th century. It is one of the major archaeological attractions of the Pabna District.
Bishnupur Jor-Bangla temple, built 1655 by King Raghunath Singha Dev. It is richly ornamented with terracotta carvings. The roof has the classic chala style of Bengal architecture.