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Nav Toran Temple

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Nav Toran Temple is located at Khor village, under Jawad tehsil in Neemuch district, Madhya Pradesh, India. It is an eleventh-century temple which consists of ten decorative arches arranged in two rows. The temple decorations include leaf-shaped borders, heads of makaras, and garland bearers, Nav or nou means "nine" and toran means "pillars"; this is where the temple gets its name. The prime deity of the temple is Varaha, who is the third avatar of lord Vishnu. It is said that there is a tunnel beneath the temple that goes to the Chittor Fort and that Maharana Pratap often used to go through the tunnel to worship the deity of the temple.
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