At the eastern edge of the fort, the Sasbahu, or “mother-and-daughter-in-law”, temples overlook the city near an unsightly TV mast. The larger one has a three-storey mandapa (assembly hall), supported by four intricate pillars, while the smaller one consists of an open-sided porch with a pyramidal roof. Both were erected late in the eleventh century and are dedicated to Vishnu.

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