Book and Film on Mundeshwari Mandir – One of the Oldest Surviving Hindu Temples in World

Mundeshwari Bhawani temple, located in Kaimur District in Bihar, belongs to the Gupta Period. It is believed to have been built in 343 AD and is believed to be the oldest surviving Hindu Temple in the world. A book titled - Mundeshwari Mandir: The oldest recorded temple in the country – was released in March 2011. Now the Bihar State Religious Trust Board is planning to make film on the temple.
Times of India reports
 According to administrator, BSRTB Acharya Kishore Kunal the film will depict the historical characters of Sher Shah, the afghan ruler of Bihar, Mahakavi Banabhatta, Mahasamanta Udayasena, Kulapati Bhagudalan, Dandanayaka Gomibhatta, generals of that time and other characters who were witness to the developments at this temple, known for its divine powers.

The film on this 1,652 year old temple will beautifully depict its architectural features specially its octagonal construction on shree yantra which is unparalleled and is not found elsewhere in India or abroad, said the administrator Kunal.
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Mundeshwari Temple in Bihar - Oldest Surviving Hindu Temple