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Few Glimpses of Chennakeshava Temple, Belur

An Hoysala Wonder #Karnataka #IncredibleIndia @IncredibleIndia

A Selected Series of the #Photographs

#Travel #Photography #Art #Architecture #Sculptures
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#Sculptures #story #Thread

This is Rishi Bhringi depicted with three legs, pointed beard and having a skeleton-like body.

A great devotee of Bhagwan Shiva.

Pic 1 - one of the pillars in mandap of Thirupporur temple.

Pic 2 -sculpture from Kapaleeshwarar Temple Gopuram

Story of Bhringi Rishi and why he has 3 legs is an intresting one as it explains the importance of
ShivaShakthi & also teaches Shiva and Shakthi are inseparable.

Bhringi Rishi worshipped Shiva only, ignoring goddess Parvathi(Shakti).

One day Bhringi along with several other Rishis visited Kailash.All the Rishis worshipped both Shiva & Parvati,did pradakshina around them.
But Bhringi Rishi prayed ,did pradakshina and bowing to Bhagwan Shiva,ignoring Goddess Parvati.

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Horse made of parrots & An elephant made of parrots.....

Just zoom in the pics & see the
Extremely intricate #sculptures of
Thirukurungudi #temple...just brilliant...

This temple is full of stunning sculptures,do take time to see,respect & appreciate them.🙏 ImageImage
📸 - bhushavali
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Brihadeeswara Temple at Tanjavur, built in 1010 AD, one of the wonders of architectural feat and beauty in stone is the largest #Temple in India, a prime example of the Dravidian style of #architecture as refined & enhanced by the Cholas Tamilnadu
@LostTemple7 @Lost_History1 ImageImageImageImage
Tanjavur Kovil (Peruvudaiyar Kovil) built by the great Raja Raja Chola, is a stunning monument that speaks oodles about the architectural mastery.
The Big Temple is home to one of the largest Shiva Lingas of the country.
#architecture #TamilNadu
@LostTemple7 @IndiaArtHistory ImageImageImageImage
Shore Temple of Mahabalipuram rise from the sea is a masterpiece of Pallava led Dravidian #architecture as it displays the transition from rock cut architecture to free standing structural temples l Tamil Nadu.

#UNESCO World Heritage of India Image
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-The rule of the Chalukyas marks an important milestone in the history of golden age Karnataka.

- A southern India-based kingdom took control & consolidated the entire region, Kaveri to Narmada  rivers.
-The #Badami (Bagalkot) Fort cave #temples with its ancient #Sculptures ImageImageImageImage
- Chalukyan king established temples at Places such as Aihole, Badami, and Pattadakal #bagalkot Uttara Karnataka.

- The monuments built in 6th & 8th centuries are examples of the best of #Chalukya #architecture  of that era!

- The largest temple of Badami is Virupaksha Temple. ImageImageImageImage
Narasimha Statue - 7th-century Virupaksha Temple, Vijayanagara  #karnatakalockdown.
Hampi ⛩️ is a place to explore by ourself!!

ಹಂಪೆ ವಿರೂಪಾಕ್ಷ ದೇವಾಲಯ. ImageImageImage
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Glories of Beluru and Halebeedu Temples..Incredible Karnataka!! 🙏

Hoysala Dynasty has built more than 90 Temples in Karnataka wth their unique #architecture style of 'Vesara' classically seen on a ⭐ shaped platform with multiple sanctum sanctorums.

#Karnataka ಶಿಲ್ಪಕಲೆ 💛❤️ ImageImageImageImage
900 Yrs of history, Sri Chennakeshava Temple of
Beluru Halebeedu. #Karnataka 🙏
The art and cultures of the each structure, sculptures are all of hand sculpted texture and design that inspires today's traditional clothng!
ನಮ್ಮ ಹೆಮ್ಮೆಯ ಕರ್ನಾಟಕ ಚರಿತ್ರೆ!
#incredible #ಕರ್ನಾಟಕ ImageImageImageImage
Popular Hoysala Temples of #Karnataka ಕರ್ನಾಟಕ ಶಿಲ್ಪಕಲೆ ❤️
🔹The LakshmiNarasimha temple at Haran halli
🔹 Chennakesava temple at Somnathpur, Mysore
🔹The LakshmiNarasimha temple Hosahalaku
🔹Chennakesava temple at Aralaguppe
#architecture #IncredibleIndia #Temples ImageImageImageImage
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A Ramachandran is a prolific #artist of our times, his colours and themes brighten up our lives. Didn’t know that despite major eyesight ailment he had continued to paint. Don’t miss out on the fantastic watercolours and prints in the @mumbai_ngma exhibition which has it all Image
Sensitive and intelligent curation by none other than the super awesome R Siva Kumar! And, those sculptures made by the artist while he’s saying in the interview that he preferred painting to sculpting though he was taught by the greatest of all, Ram Kinkar Baij
His encounter with #Rajasthan, #Nagda #sculptures #Nathdwara #artists. That lotus pond which is imprinted in his mind forever. one of the best examples of eloquent curation& sheer poetry as you traverse it.Thanku #ARamachandran #RSivaKumar, you leave us with magic @DiviaPatel1
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1/ Bad start to the journey to #Prague... I seem to be breaking #Germany 🤣💔🇩🇪 DB train delayed (again!!) by 45 mins & the escalator broke when I was on it... Let's hope I make it to the @PulseofEurope event eventually!! 😬🇨🇿🇪🇺 #EUsupergirlTour #TheFutureisEurope
2/ Yesss! #EUsupergirl finally makes it to #Prague! And I was met with a splendid pro EU event in the centre of the old Town! Music and speeches - everything we could want to promote Europe before #EuropeanElections2019 🇪🇺 #ThisTimeImVoting #EUsupergirlTour #TheFutureisEurope
3/ I met a lady who has been part of a pro Ukraine demonstration today, she told me the threat the country is under from Russia & how they aspire to become an EU member state 🇪🇺 Europe is an ASPIRATIONAL vision! #TheFutureisEurope #EUsupergirlTour @PulseofEuropeCZ
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#GobekliTepe‘s monumental T-pillars are actually giant #anthropomorphic sculptures. Got to admit that in the beginning of my work there, more than 12 yrs ago, I found it quite ... challenging to recognize this likeness. Until we finally excavated the 'hands & loincloth' part ...
Of course #NevaliCori‘s pillars were already known for some time, complete with hands and stola-like garments. But their abstracted and stylised appearance (still impressively expressionistic to me, by the way) made it a bit of a challenge to easily accept their human shape.
Why am I telling all this? Because there is another find which early on helped me better seeing and understanding this human likeness. I am, of course, talking about the so-called #Kilisik-sculpture found near #Adiyaman in Turkey in the 1960s.
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