On the south side of the Kakeshwar Temple, there are three crowded temples, namely the Indra Temple, the Vishnu Temple and the Jagannath Mandir. On the west side of the Black Sky Temple, there is a stone pillar with King Pradap & Mala sitting on the top. The Temple of Indra lies to the east of the statue of Hebajrab. This puzzling temple may well be a magnificent monument, but it has recently been renovated and little is known about its history. It is not even certain which God it was built to worship - Linga in the temple hints that it is a Shiva temple, but half of the Kaluda statues buried underground on the south side of the temple show that Vishnu is worshipped here. More puzzling is that its name clearly indicates that it is an Indra temple. The simple design of the temple, the simple eaves and the featureless Gables are not helpful in solving these mysteries.
The Temple of Indra is not big. There are many pigeons in front of the temple. There are large groups of pigeons in front of the temple.
I especially like this kind of atmosphere, this place with historical feeling, like it very much, especially wonderful.
Indra is a figure in Indian mythology, a temple built in memory of him.
The God Indra is a mythological figure here. I heard that he can defend the world.