Triangular Peninsula in path north from Vishnupad Temple, west of Deva ghat (site 24)

Documentation Sheet of Built Heritage/Site N.M.M.A., Archaeological Survey of India for Triangular Peninsula in path north from Vishnupad Temple, west of Deva ghat
Site Number: site024, Monument Name: Triangular Peninsula in path north from Vishnupad Temple, west of Deva ghat
Triangular Peninsula in path north from Vishnupad Temple, west of Deva ghat (site 24-1)
Site Number: sci-site024, Date Period: Sculptures from early medieval, medieval, and later, General Remarks: Local informant says one image was stolen, Architectural Style: Various, Description Of The Building--Structure--Site: Three different shrines and several images embedded in the wall which divided the road, Location: Southern-most shrine -- 1. Surya, 30" -- 2. panel with multiple figures -- 3. Uma-Maheshvara, 16" -- 4. shiva linga and Nandin -- 5. several memorial statues -- Hanuman in gated shrine -- 6. eroded figure in front -- on wall -- 7. three eroded Ganeshas -- 8. three panels -- 9. goddess, Vishnu? -- northern-most shrine -- 10. pretty new image --, Approach: On path north from Vishnupad Temple, west of Deva ghat, just off Dev Ghat, 20 meters from Gayesvari Devi temple, Topographical Features: On north-eastern slope of the Mundhaprshta hill, Building-Structural Material And Other: Stone brick, Usage: Local worship, Ownership: Unknown, Protection Status: Poor, Present Condition: Alright, Vishnu: On wall: 1. goddess, Vishnu?, Shiva: Southern-most shrine: 1. Uma-Maheshvara, 16", 2. shiva linga and Nandin -- On wall: 1. three eroded Ganeshas, Other gods--goddesses: Southern-most shrine: 1. Surya, 30" -- Hanuman in gated shrine: 1. eroded figure in front