Panchamukh i.e. five-headed Shiva, surnamed Shrikanta]. The first of these temples (verse
41) was built for the welfare of Tripurantaka's mother Malhana and called Malhaneshvara.
The second (verse 42) was dedicated to Umapati and erected in the name of the priest
Brihaspati, who was the husband of Uma. The third called Umeshvara (verse 43) was built
for the welfare of the priest's wife. The remaining two, a Tripurantakeshvara and a
Rameshvara were named after the founder and his wife.
The five statues (verse 44) (the word statue does not occur in the text but
implies it; Antarala is the 2nd Mandapa of a temple between the Ardhamandapa and the
shrine), a Gorakshaka (Gorakhnath), a Bhairava, an Anjaneya (Hanuman), a Sarasvati and a
Siddhi Vinayaka (Ganesha) were placed in the Antaralas of the five temples. The torana
finally was erected on the space (bhuparisare) before the north gate of these (five
temples). This statement indicates that the temples were surrounded by a wall, and that
the arch adorned the principal entry into the enclosure, which had to be made on the north
side ' as the great temple of Someshvara lay to the south and east, and to tile west of