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These are classified in terms of the number of pillars that are used in their construction, and there are twenty-seven main types of pavilions. (i) A pushpaka pavilion has sixty-four pillars. (ii) A pushpabhadra pavilion has sixty-two pillars. (iii) A suvrata pavilion has sixty pillars. (iv) An amritanandana pavilion has fifty-eight pillars. (v) A doushalya pavilion has fifty-six pillars. (vi) A buddhisamkirna pavilion has fifty-four pillars. (vii) A gajabhadra pavilion has fifty-two pillars. (viii) A jayavaha pavilion has fifty pillars. (ix) A shrivatsa pavilion has forty-eight pillars. (x) A vijaya pavilion has forty-six pillars. (xi) A vastukirti pavilion has forty-four pillars. (xii) A shrutinjaya pavilion has forty-two pillars. (xiii) A yajnabhadra pavilion has forty pillars. (xiv) A vishala pavilion has thirty-eight pillars. (xv) A sushlishta pavilion has thirty-six pillars. (xvi) A shatrumardana pavilion has thrity-four pillars. (xvii) A bhagapancha pavilion has thrity-two pillars. (xviii) A nandana pavilion has thirty pillars. (xix) A manava pavilion has twenty-eight pillars.  (xx)  A  manabhadraka  pavilion  has  twenty-six  pillars.  (xxi)  A  sugriva  pavilion  has twenty-four pillars. (xxii) A hairta pavilion has twenty-two pillars. (xxiii) A karnikara pavilion has twenty pillars. (xxiv) A shatarddhika pavilion has eighteen pillars. (xxv) A simha pavilion has sixteen pillars. (xxvi) A shyamabhadra pavilion has fourteen pillars. (xxvii) A samudra pavilion has twelve pillars. Pavilions should be triangular, semi-circular or rectangular.