The Baroli Temples Complex, otherwise called the Badoli sanctuaries, is situated in Baroli town in Rawatbhata town in Chittorgarh locale in Rajasthan, India. The complex of eight sanctuaries is arranged inside a walled fenced in area; an extra sanctuary is around 1 kilometer 0.62 mi away. They are worked in the Gurjar Pratihar style of sanctuary design dated to the tenth century A.D. Each of the nine sanctuaries are under the control of the Archeological Survey of India for preservation and insurance. A notable workmanship pundit portrayed "the manifestations of Badoli as the absolute best of their age that he had experienced inside that piece of the nation and, in their own exceptional style".
In spite of the fact that the historical backdrop of the Baroli Temples isn't clear, they are accounted for to have been worked amid the Gurjara-Pratihara Empire in the 10th– eleventh hundreds of years. They are one of the most punctual sanctuary buildings in Rajasthan. A cut stone picture of the god Nataraja was stolen from the Baroli sanctuary complex in 1998. It has been followed to a private gatherer in London. Notwithstanding, the statue has not been recuperated up until now. There are 8 noteworthy sanctuaries in Baroli and a ninth around one kilometer away.