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Pattadakal is known to be a place for experimentation of different styles and arts for temples. They say that the temples have a confluence of North indian and south indian styles of architecture. What fascinate more for me is the value they gave to experiments....More
This temple was built in the 9th Century A.D. The temple structure has three storeys. Only 2 storeys are in intact condition now. The uppermost storeys is in ruins. The temple was constructed as a place of worship for the Jain. It is a symbol...More
The Jain temple at Pattadakal is little away from the main cluster of temples. While the main cluster is believed to have been built by the Chalukyas, the Jain temple was built a little later during the reign of the Rashtrakutas. This temple doesn't have...More
The best place to get mesmerised and wondered to know the history and to feel proud of our history. It was raining when we(with my Hubby) reached the place. It was looking more beautiful than ever.
It's better to take the help of books or...More
this temple was completely dismantled and restored to its original structure to commemorate the 2600 birth anniversary of the jain thirtankar, there is a christian graveyard located right next to it and I wonder how/why?
This has a beautiful sentimental half circled placard in front of the temple. this has steps that leads to the portico, then a main hall and the inner sanctum where the main deity is Parshvanatha.this is believed to be a pretty chalukya period temple. Do...More
This temple is located about a kilometer away from the main complex. The approach road is bumpy and requires expert skills to drive on. Architecturally, the temple is similar to the Hindu temples at the main complex. There is a Shivlinga in the main sanctum...More