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The famous Gupta period Dashavatara Temple, recognised as one of the earliest Panchayatan temples in north India, is located at: 
1. Nachna-Kuthara
2. Bhitargaon
3. Tigawa
4. Deogarh

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Correct Answer - Option 4 : Deogarh

The correct answer is Deogarh.

  • The Dashavatara Temple is one of the earliest known temples in North India and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
  • The Dashavatara Temple or Vishnu Temple also called the Gupta temple is at Deogarh.
  • It was built during the Gupta period.
  • The temple depicts the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
  • The temple also features the idol of Lord Vishnu in a position of Nar Narayan Tapasya and another one shows him reclining on a serpent.
  • It was the first temple in North India to have a Shikara.

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