Maladevi Temple, Gyaraspur, Vidisha constitutes of an entrance porch, a hall and a shrine surrounded by a circulatory passageway, topped with a lofty shikara, all lapped with rich carvings. But, now Jain images occupy the sanctum hall. Evidence suggests that a figure of a goddess taking up the dedicatory block on the outer door frame and other ornamental sculptures probably indicate that the temple was originally devoted to some goddess and it was subsequently seized by the Jains.
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