Hucchimalli Gudi Temple
Hucchimalli Gudi Temple
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Sushil K
pune14 contributions
Dec 2020
Beautifully kept and preserved Indian Secret.
Clean maintainence.
Cashless entry ticket in COVID.
Local learned guide to share the real story.
Local fruits and drinks available in plenty.
Written December 21, 2020
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK179,650 contributions
Nov 2019
The Hucchimalli Gudi Temple complex is a group of 4 temples that were built during the Chukluya period. The complex is quite small of a 20 meters square and you could easily get through it in 10 minutes as only one of the temples is really worth looking at. You’ll easily see this one as its the biggest of the group and has I think a Nagara style dome. The front of this temple has some interesting sculptures of elephants, Ganga and Yamuna. The complex also has a deep step well.

Worth a look if you in Aihole as it's one of the more interesting temples outside of the main temple complex in Aihole.
Written November 12, 2019
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aur1408
Mumbai, India53 contributions
Mar 2022
If you are a fan of architecture & ancient monuments . Must Visit to admire the architeture of buildings . Also Hire a guide to understand theintricacy design of the temple. It's amazing built between 6th -7th Century .
Written March 15, 2022
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Raymond W
Townsville, Australia4,565 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
Aihole is a humble village today but it was once the centre of the Chalukyan Dynasty, a line of kings who ruled much of southern India. There are temples everywhere in the village. It is only the central group of monuments around the Durga Temple which require a ticket. There are many fine ones, such as Hucchimalli Gudi Temple, which do not. It is located a few hundred metres from the main cluster.

This is one of the oldest free-standing temples at Aihole, located only a short distance from Ravana Phadi Cave Temple. It is a Shiva temple with a curvilinear temple and a latticed porch. A statue of Nandi sits in front looking up at the ancient stonework. The temple is also noteworthy for its ancient step-well, a rarity amongst the temples of the district. Entrance is free.
Written June 1, 2019
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