Rasmancha, Bishnupur Bankura
Rasmancha, Bishnupur Bankura

The Rasmancha  is a historical building located at Bishnupur, Bankura district, West Bengal, India. It was commissioned by Mallabhum king Hambir Malla Dev (Bir Hambir) in 1600 CE. Length and breadth of this temple is 24.5 meter and the height is 12.5 meter. The base or altar of the temple is made of laterite stone and upper part is made with bricks. Upper structure looks like a pyramid. Middle part resembles Bengali huts and the arches of the lower part resembles Islamic architecture. During the Vaishnava Ras festival, all the Radha Krishna idols of Bishnupur town used to be brought here to be worshipped by the citizens..The annual festival was held till 1932


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College Road opp. Tourist Lodge Near Bishnupur High School, Dalmadal Para, Bishnupur, West Bengal 722122

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See also  Jor-bangla, Bankura

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