Battisa Temple, Barsur
Battisa Temple, Historical Place, Barsur, Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, Tourist spot of Dantewada, Chhattisgarh Tourism, Historical Place of Chhattisgarh, Echhattisgarh
In Chhattisgarh, 33 kilometers from Dantewada, there is a historic Battisa Temple temple in Barsur. This temple is one of the ancient and magnificent temples. Actually, there are two temples which are connected by each other through a pavilion. This pavilion is standing on 32 pillars. Due to these 32 pillars, this wonderful name of this temple has been laid. This temple is not only religious but it is also of historical importance, that is why this temple is one of the ancient monuments here and is preserved by the Archaeological Department of Chhattisgarh. This temple was reconstructed by the archaeological department in the year 2003.
This temple was built during the reign of Chhindak Nagavansh. According to an inscription received here, this temple was built in the year 1030 by Nagvanshi king Someshwar Dev for his queen. In the two pavilions here, the king and the queen worshiped Lord Shiva separately. There are two sacred Shivling of lord Shiva established in two pre-arranged temples of this predominantly temple and a statue of Nandi is established in the pavilion in front of them. This temple is highly regarded as a holy pilgrimage site in Chhattisgarh. Famous for appearance and its ancient sculpture.