2.Indian beauty UNESCO site.Khajuraho..India
Ici la pose du Bindi ou Tika est censée porter chance.lCes magnifiques sculptures de femmes se préparant pour etre belles sont d'une finesse incroyable. By the installation of Bindi or tika is supposed to be chance.lCes beautiful sculptures of women preparing to be beautiful are incredible finesse. Por supone la instalación de Bindi o tika ser chance.lCes hermosas esculturas de mujeres que se preparan para ser bella es increíble delicadeza. The fantastic site of Khajuraho classified World…
Unsolved Mysteries of India - Erotic Temples of Khajuraho
As in the wall sculptures of the Orissan temples, eroticism is a recurrent theme in the shrines at Khajuraho. Various theories have been advanced to account for this, but the commonly accepted explanation is that the many erotic groups depicted here with such abandon represent, the mithuna ritual of the Tantric cult, according to which personal salvation can be attained only through experience: both sensual and spiritual.
Amorous couple (Maithuna)
13th century, India Orissa, Brown Gneiss, 175.3 x 71.1 cm (69 x 28 in) The depiction of affectionate couples, symbolizing both fertility and desire (kama) is a common occurrence in Indian temple art. Some of the boldest representations, both thematically and scupturally, such as this example, were carved for the great Sun temple at Konarak in Orissa.