Shree Shani Mandir Dak Mori
Shree Shani Mandir Dak Mori
 


The Shree Shani Mandir Dak Mori, devoted to the Saturn god, was built by a Khemka family in 1840. The outside wears a somewhat weathered look, but the inside is a glorious concord of murals and mirror work. The murals, rich in ultramarine, are of varied subjects, though the colour has worn off in some places. This temple is famous in entire Shekhawati for unique mirror work.

Address : Ward No.9 Out of  Dak Mori Gate, Ramgarh Shekawati
Information : It is a single storied temple with a series of cupola’s above the roof. A cornice with brackets supports these cupola’s. The have surmounting domes and pinnacle. The entrance is a foliated archway. The interior is a closed hall with foliated arch pillars. There are decorative murals on the walls. The sanctum is a recessed chamber.
Age : 17th Century.
Statement of Significance :

Historical There is decorative mural work both on the exterior and interior. 
They have been executed in the traditional Rajasthani style.

Number of Blocks : 01
Number of Storys : 01
Orientation :

The temple is oriented North-South and faces the North

Plan    
Interior : Mural work, foliated arches
Exteriors : Foliated arches, cupola’s with dome and pinnacle
Construction Technology    
Structural System  : Indo-Persian
Building Techniques : Arcuate
Material of Construction : Brick, plaster
 
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