Vishnu-themed Chaturbhuj Temple is located in Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India. The name Chaturbhuj, which literally translates to “one who has four arms,” relates to Rama, an Avatar of Vishnu. It is a combination of the words “chatur,” which means “four,” and “bhuj,” which means “arms.” The temple has a complicated multi-story structural design that combines elements of fort, temple, and palace architecture.
As the primary deity, an image of Rama was installed at the Rama Raja Temple inside the Orchha Fort complex when the temple was first constructed. The temple currently houses a Radha Krishna statue that is worshipped. One of the highest Vimanas among Hindu temples, measuring 344 feet, is one of the temple’s most notable features.
Distance from Shatam Jeeva