The style of sanctuary engineering that got famous in northern India is known as nagara. In North India it is normal for a whole sanctuary to be based on a stone stage with steps paving the way to it. Further, not at all like in South India it doesn’t as a rule have expand limit dividers or entryways. While the most punctual sanctuaries had only one pinnacle, or shikhara, later sanctuaries had a few. The garbhagriha is constantly found legitimately under the tallest pinnacle. There are numerous regions of nagara sanctuaries relying upon the state of the shikhara. There are various names for the different pieces of the sanctuary in various pieces of India; be that as it may, the most well-known name for the basic shikhara which is square at the base and whose dividers bend or incline internal to a point on top is known as the ‘latina’ or the rekha-prasada kind of shikara.
The subsequent significant kind of structural structure in the nagara request is the phamsana. Phamsana structures will in general be more extensive and shorter than latina ones. Their rooftops are made out of a few chunks that delicately ascend to a solitary point over the focal point of the structure, not at all like the latina ones which appear as though pointedly rising tall pinnacles. Phamsana rooftops don’t bend internal, rather they slant upwards on a straight grade. In numerous North Indian sanctuaries you will see that the phamsana configuration is utilized for the mandapas while the primary garbhagriha is housed in a latina building. Later on, the latina structures developed complex, and as opposed to seeming like a solitary tall pinnacle, the sanctuary started to help numerous littler pinnacles, which were bunched together like rising mountain-tops with the tallest one being in the middle, and this was the one which was consistently over the garbhagriha. The third principle sub-sort of the nagara building is what is by and large called the valabhi type. These are rectangular structures with a rooftop that ascents into a vaulted chamber. The edge of this vaulted chamber is adjusted, similar to the bamboo or wooden carts that would have been drawn by bullocks in antiquated occasions.
They are generally called ‘wagonvaulted structures’. As referenced over, the type of the sanctuary is impacted by old structure frames that were at that point in presence before the fifth century CE. The valabhi kind of building was one of them. For example, in the event that you study the ground-plan of a considerable lot of the Buddhist stone cut chaitya caverns, you will see that they are molded as long lobbies which end in a bended back. From within, the top of this segment likewise appears as though a cart vaulted rooftop.