Sirpur Laxman Temple, Raipur falls in the category of Panchrath group of temples, wherein the religious segments of a temple-Vatayan, Chitya Gawaksha, Bharwahakgana, Aja, Kirtimukh and Karna Amalak- are engraved on the pillars. The interiors consist of mandap (shelter), antarala (passageway) and garbhagriha (sanctum sanctorum). The temple holds dual status of being a place of worship and a significant archaeological site. The ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) has conducted extensive excavation and restoration work here in the temple complex and maintains a museum of artifacts collected.
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