Ankuri Nath Temple
Ankuri Nath Mahadev Panch Mandir is about 4 K.M. west from Begusarai H.Q. It is about 1½ K.M. south from N.H. – 31. At present this temple bears the Panchayatan style of architecture. The original temple made of stone is in the centre. The central temple bearing a broken Shivling seems to be made during late Rajputa Period. The rectangular plan of this central architecture is important over a platform of 5m x 2.60m x. it is almost 10m high. The temple is of Aryan style. Main temple – square 2.60m x 2.60m. The door of main sanctum is invest.
Four temples in each corner has been constructed somewhere in the 20th century. Formerly it was known as Ankuri Nath Simaria Mahadev.