Sas-bahu ka Mandir

Gwalior, India

If you thought Sas-bahu serials were not created from a culture, this Temple will force you to think twice. However, it is just the name given to this structure, as its history is completely different from what you may be thinking. Its name actually is derived from Sahastrabahu, or Lord Vishnu’s thousand hands. The structure is geographically to the east of the Gwalior Fort.
This Temple was built back in the 11th Century. Carvings of major gods Brahma, Vishnu, Saraswati and Vishnu can all be seen here. There are three entrances from three different directions, and the fourth entrance is closed.

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