a small village called Magala in Huvinahadagali Taluk. Narasimha Swamy Temple situated on the bank of Tungabhadra, this temple is assignable to the middle of 11th century A.D. in the region of Chalukyas of Kalyana. The temple facing north and it has two Garbhagrihas, each with an Antarala connected to a common Navaranaga and a Mukhamanadapa.
Brahma on Hamsa in Cave 3 - Cave 3 in Badami, Karnataka is the oldest known Hindu temple in the Deccan region of the Indian subcontinent. It was inaugurated on November 1, 578 CE, full moon day during the reign of Kirtivarma I of Chalukya dynasty. It is a Vaishnavism temple, yet reverentially displays legends and ideas of Shaivism and Shaktism. It also displays a major statue of Harihara, a Shiva-Vishnu composite deity based on the ancient Hindu theology that they are equivalent and…
Correspondent Monolithic sculpture said to be carved out around 1140 A.D. MAHABUBNAGAR: An ancient Ganesha idol sculpted on a big granite boulder is lying in a state of neglect since centuries in
Pattadakal Virupaksha Temple – Bagalkot Heritage Drive - Day 2
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