Vishnu Temple regularly named Dashavatara Temple is situated at Deogarh in Central India worked in c. 500 AD. The temple is one of the most punctual Hindu stone sanctuaries to at present survive today. Worked in the Gupta Period 320 to c. 600 AD, Vishnu Temple demonstrates the lavish and magnificence seen in Gupta style design. This temple is additionally a decent asset for looking at Gupta style figures and workmanship. A large number of these early Hindu stone temples were committed to a solitary Hindu divinity.
The temple at Deogarh is devoted to the Vishnu. These temples made in the early piece of the sixth century of the Gupta Period housed pictures and images of Hindu divine beings. Thesetemples enabled individuals to reach the divine beings they were worshiping. The Temple was worked out of stone and block comprising of a solitary cubical sanctum that protected the pictures inside. Statuaries of the Vishnu were both etched in the inside and outside dividers of the temple.