Shyama Raya Temple
The Shyam Rai (1643 A.D.) and the Madan Gopal (1665 A.D.), built in brick and laterite respectively, have five towers each and are of the panchayatana type.
The external decoration of these temples, particularly of those constructed in brick, consists of square panels of terra-cotta reliefs, the subject matter of which is often secular and thus of considerable sociological interest.
Over each corner is a turret with a peaked roof and from the center a taller single tower emerges, also with a pyramid-like roof. The interior and exterior of the temple is adorned with wonderful terracotta tile-work decorations.
Near the entrance are huge medallions with Krishna, the divine cowherd, playing his flute, with the gopis, his cowherdess companions, forming a lively circle around him as they dance in celebration.