Ranga Temple

In the Ranga Temple the principal shrine consists of a rectangular sanctuary and antechamber; these are connected by a doorway to an open hall of 4 by 4 columns, possibly a later addition. Within the hall to the northwest is a Hanuman image carved on a gigantic panel (2.7m. high) leaning against a short wall. Between the outer columns of the hall on the west and south are modern retaining walls; here is found an inscription identifying Madhava as the deity to whom the shrine is dedicated.

The lower two storeys of the tower each have three or five projections with pilasters supporting miniature cornices and roof forms. Though the original doorway is obscured by modern buttresses, guard¬ians with clubs and Vaishnava emblems are visible.