Sanchi’s Gupta temple is known all over the world for its simplicity and is referred by the historians as one of the most logically designed structures of Indian architecture. The temple beautifies the middle layer of the Sanchi hill. The temple is from the fifth century A.D and is considered as the esteemed epithet of Golden Era.
The structure portrays the outstanding development that was there in the arena of architecture during the Gupta period. The temple is an emblem of the rebirth of structural action in this place. The temple personified each and every precept that was thought to be valuable in the building of an Indian shrine.
The temple consists of a stylish plain roofed chamber, and there is also a covered entrance which is supported by pillars. The temple indicates the origin of temple architecture in the history of India.