A sheer exhibition of Hindu scriptures moulded in life-like sculptures.

For artists, it is an art gallery left behind by the great creators for the reference of the generations to come... For a layman, it is a school to learn history through easy pictorial representation.
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But....#The temple so excellent, the architecture so brilliant and the art so perfect meant nothing to the barbaric invaders.
(2/5)
The chopped off noses, hands and destroyed exterior tells us how thi#s beauty and devotion of hundreds of artists was #mercilessly blown off by those who came to loot and destroy a #culture, a #religion...
(3/5)
And that is what the brainless humans do, they show their power by destroying a piece of art and devotion.

The above line stands true for all irrespective of colour, caste, creed n so on...
(4/5)
Let the situation be unexplained..Let the words be unspoken..😊
Halebid, Karnataka
Credit the traveling hippie Ji
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