The ancient Hindu temples in most places in north India were either destroyed or desecrated in the Medieval Era and hence were abandoned by Hindus.
Morena witnessed the last great bout of temple-building activity in the Kachhapaghata Era, lasting from the late 10th century to late 12th-century C.E.
If there is one dynasty in north India that has left a lasting imprint on the architectural style of the region, it is the Gurjara Pratiharas
Morena the 14th-century Hindu temple architecture -that is a period spanning around seven centuries.
Morena the centre of Hindu temple Architectural Heritage