16 vedis and Chota Akshayavata (site 1-1)

16 Vedis from the western side
Monument Name: 16 Vedis from the western side, Date Note: 16 Vedis is a medieval shrine, whereas Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata are relatively recent shrines with early medieval sculptures., Abstract: New shrines are continually being added through rematerialization of sculptures and creation of new shrines, as is evident at Chota Akshayavata. The pillared hall is an open courtyard shrine, next to which is another, smaller courtyard of six or eight pillars., Site Name: 16 Vedis, Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata, Site Number: site01, Site Category: VP Complex, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala/ current head of the committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well-protected, Present Condition: Kept in open, Conservation Assessment: Poorly maintained. The pillars require cleaning, as they are covered with pindas.
Panorama of 16 Vedis and Chota Akshayavata [central shrine]
Monument Name: Panorama of 16 Vedis and Chota Akshayavata [central shrine], Date Note: 16 Vedis is a medieval shrine, whereas Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata are relatively recent shrines with early medieval sculptures., Abstract: New shrines are continually being added through rematerialization of sculptures and creation of new shrines, as is evident at Chota Akshayavata. The pillared hall is an open courtyard shrine, next to which is another, smaller courtyard of six or eight pillars., Site Name: 16 Vedis, Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata, Site Number: site01, Site Category: VP Complex, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala/ current head of the committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well-protected, Present Condition: Kept in open, Conservation Assessment: Poorly maintained. The pillars require cleaning, as they are covered with pindas.
Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (1)
Monument Name: Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis, Date Note: 16 Vedis is a medieval shrine, whereas Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata are relatively recent shrines with early medieval sculptures., Abstract: New shrines are continually being added through rematerialization of sculptures and creation of new shrines, as is evident at Chota Akshayavata. The pillared hall is an open courtyard shrine, next to which is another, smaller courtyard of six or eight pillars., Site Name: 16 Vedis, Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata, Site Number: site01, Site Category: VP Complex, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala/ current head of the committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well-protected, Present Condition: Kept in open, Conservation Assessment: Poorly maintained. The pillars require cleaning, as they are covered with pindas.
Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (2)
Monument Name: Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (2), Date Note: 16 Vedis is a medieval shrine, whereas Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata are relatively recent shrines with early medieval sculptures., Abstract: New shrines are continually being added through rematerialization of sculptures and creation of new shrines, as is evident at Chota Akshayavata. The pillared hall is an open courtyard shrine, next to which is another, smaller courtyard of six or eight pillars., Site Name: 16 Vedis, Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata, Site Number: site01, Site Category: VP Complex, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala/ current head of the committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well-protected, Present Condition: Kept in open, Conservation Assessment: Poorly maintained. The pillars require cleaning, as they are covered with pindas.
Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (3)
Monument Name: Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (3), Date Note: 16 Vedis is a medieval shrine, whereas Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata are relatively recent shrines with early medieval sculptures., Abstract: New shrines are continually being added through rematerialization of sculptures and creation of new shrines, as is evident at Chota Akshayavata. The pillared hall is an open courtyard shrine, next to which is another, smaller courtyard of six or eight pillars., Site Name: 16 Vedis, Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata, Site Number: site01, Site Category: VP Complex, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala/ current head of the committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well-protected, Present Condition: Kept in open, Conservation Assessment: Poorly maintained. The pillars require cleaning, as they are covered with pindas.
Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (4)
Monument Name: Tarpana ritual at 16 Vedis (4), Date Note: 16 Vedis is a medieval shrine, whereas Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata are relatively recent shrines with early medieval sculptures., Abstract: New shrines are continually being added through rematerialization of sculptures and creation of new shrines, as is evident at Chota Akshayavata. The pillared hall is an open courtyard shrine, next to which is another, smaller courtyard of six or eight pillars., Site Name: 16 Vedis, Surya Shrine and Chota Akshayavata, Site Number: site01, Site Category: VP Complex, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala/ current head of the committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well-protected, Present Condition: Kept in open, Conservation Assessment: Poorly maintained. The pillars require cleaning, as they are covered with pindas.