Lakshamana Temple (site 17-1)
It was a temple with a sculpture of Lakshmana, which was stolen.
Eastern bank of Phalgu in the Salempur Village, north of the Sitakund group of temples at the foothill of Ramagaya.
Located on a side hill at the foothill of Ramagaya, approx. 80 feet east of the Phalgu.
Another structural remnant of an old building of Lakhauri bricks with a dome stands right across the Lakshmana temple at the eastern bank. The standing part seemed under someone's control as the door was locked.
It has a sanctum with a western entrance, which leads to a mandapa/courtyard. The mandapa stands on 12 pillars, some of which were turned upside down during repairs. The roof also has pillar lintels. There are 3 niches on the northern wall and 2 on the eastern wall of the mandapa.
Through Salempur Village. Alternatively one can walk across the Phalgu from Vishnupada
Needs immediate attention and some restoration/renovation.
It is in a bad condition as it is not under active usage.