These temples situated at Jaugram, Burdwan (West Bengal, India) were built around 400 years ago by zamindars of the Singha Roy Clan (they were the direct descendants of Raja Man Singh of Amber which is now known as Jaipur).
The temples are a work of great artistry, which is quite evident from the beautiful murals of terracotta on the temple walls.
But, over the years, these temples underwent extreme damage. There were a total of 9 Shiva Temples but now only 6 of them remain stable but even those are badly damaged and might also break down like the other temples in the next few years. With proper maintenance, the beauty of these historic temples can surely be restored back.
Regular pujas and annual festivals such as Rash Purnima, Jhulan Purnima and Shiv Ratri are still continued in these 6 remaining temples.
Exact Location of the temples : Itla (mandir bati), near Jaugram