All the three squares have gates to connect the other squares. Inside the middle square there are 224 Perwara temples which are arranged in 4 rows of temples.
The first row consists of 68 temples, followed by the second row (60 temples), the third row (52 temples) and the fourth row (44 temples).
In the grounds there is a stone pillar inscription of great importance recording the military exploits of King Man Deva who reigned from 496 A. Bhubaneswar, Konarak and Puri constitute the Golden triangle of Orissa, visited in large numbers by pilgrims and tourists.
This 180 feet high grand temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered to be the finest example of purely Hindu style of temple architecture.
Situated on the banks of the Yagachi River, the Chennakesava temple was an early masterpiece of the Hoysala Period.
The Prambanan Temple is reputed as the biggest and most beautiful Hindu Temple in Indonesia, and is a group of Hindu temples locally known as Roro Jonggrang.
The temple complex has three concentric square Outer square (222 x 390 meters) surrounded by a 1 meter boundary wall.
It was only later that temples were made out of stones and bricks.
In fact the earliest structures that indicate idol worship can be traced back to 4th or the 5th century AD.