>The Madan Mohan Bari is a centre of attraction for tourists in Cooch Behar town of North Bengal. This historical temple was built under the patronage of King Nripendra Naryan and is the shrine of deities like Madan Mohan, Tara Ma, Kali Ma and Ma Bhawani. The temple is a four cornered construction with a dome built over the cornice of the four rooms side by side.
Architecture of Madan Mohan Bari
The Madan Mohan temple building has a dazzling white one-storied structure as its centrepiece. With its low sprawling porch in front, scalloped arches and bulbous pillars and a tapered dome, the temple is an architectural masterpiece.
On the occasion of Raas Purnima, the temple celebrates Raas mela and Yatra, one of the most celebrated occasions of North Bengal. It is considered one of the biggest festivals of North Bengal.
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