There are 15 shrines of Shikhara type with profuse sculpture. As
mentioned else where the Thakurdvara temple is the main
with three-stone images, said to represent Rama, Lakshmana and Sita. The images axe
obviously much more recent than the icon of Siva in the centre of the lintel of the main
shrine. A reasonable presumption has been made that it was originally a Siva temple. Mr.
Hargreaves assigns the monument to the eighth century or somewhat later.
Regarding the temple of Ambika Devi in Kangra
fort and that of Indreshvara in Kangra proper the District Gazetteer mentions :
"The temple of Ambika Devi is a much
plainer structure, evidently of no great age. The only ancient portions seem to be the
pillars and architraves of the mandapa or ante-room which originally must have been
on open, twelve-pillared pavilion, roofed over in the corbelling fashion of Hindu
architecture. By bricking up the inter columnations the pavilion was converted into a
square chamber now covered by a flat dome.