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Temple art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Temple art. Get inspired and try out new things.
brihadeeswarar temple in thanjavur tanjore tamil nadu

Bhagwan Shiv Shankar’s Tanjore Temple was built over 1000 years ago fully with Granite stones, that too when there was no stone available in the nearby locations. It is huge a 216 feet hollow…

ART OF GARBHAGRIHA / SANCTUARY ART / KARUVARAI OVIYAM / KARUVARAI OVIYANGAL / Anikartick

One is born from a woman, ends up in Earth. Hinduism accords the respect these deserve. A woman is called Gruha Lakshmi, one who brings Prosperity to Home. Tamil calls her Illal, one who owns/rules the Home. Similarly Earth is given the respect it deserves for it supports from Birth to Death. Earth is eulogized as Mother and there are Vedic Sukthas in praise of the Earth, Bho Suktham. There is Neela Suktham, Neela is considered to be the consort of Lord Vishnu. Such being the case, there is…

Why Were Temples Built In India?

Temple is the official residence of God, with the actual presence of the deity inside the idol. This is made possible through certain rituals performed. Temple helps us to continue our relationship with God at the soul level. The priest, acting as mediator, unites the devout with the divine principle. Read on.

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Pagoda (they call it that, but it's not a pagoda in reality!)

All these buildings are of a pyramidal shape, with vertical stages, which are separated by curved roofs and terminate above in the from of a cupola. Rows of small cupolas stand out from the roofs of the stages. The walls of these stages are covered in a bewildering way with pilasters and niches, with intricately cut cornices, with varied intersecting mouldings, and with manifold and fantastic embellishments and carvings.