A mandir is a Hindu temple. The term shikharbaddha is composed of the Sanskrit word shikhar, meaning mountain peak, and baddha, meaning bound Thus, a shikharbaddha mandir refers to a type of Hindu temple with a pinnacle atop its sacred shrine that makes it appear bounded by a mountain peak.
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