Lal Kuaa Mandir
Lal Kuaa Mandir

Radha Krishnaji Mandir also known as the Lal Kuaa Mandir (the Red Well Temple), probably because of a well somewhere in the premises which was painted red. The vaulted ceiling in front of the shrine had some fine murals, but they have been destroyed badly due to moisture.built in 1920.

Address : Lal well near fatehpuri gate, Ward no.- 07
Information : It is an old temple having foliated arch opening. Some faded Rajasthani frescos can be seen on the walls of the temple. It has projected balconies supported by stone brackets. The door at the entrance is studded with metal knobs.
Period : 19th Precise date of Construction Century A.D.
Statement of Significance   Architectural Dressed stone
Number of Blocks : 01
Number of Storys : 01
Orientation : The temple is oriented East - West and faces the East.
Exteriors : It has projected balconies supported by decorative stone brackets. The walls are adorned with Rajasthani frescos.
Construction Technology    
Structural System  : Indo-Persian
Building Techniques :  Arcuate
Material of Construction : Bricks and Stones
Condition Assessment : Good
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