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This temple has intricate carvings on its four sides depicting the entire Ramayana and Mahabharata. Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

The Voice of Greenery - Trekking and Travelling in Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

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This temple has intricate carvings on its four sides depicting the entire Ramayana and Mahabharata. Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

The Voice of Greenery - Trekking and Travelling in Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

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This temple has intricate carvings on its four sides depicting the entire Ramayana and Mahabharata. Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

The Voice of Greenery - Trekking and Travelling in Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

rakeshholla.blogspot.ae

This temple has intricate carvings on its four sides depicting the entire Ramayana and Mahabharata. Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

The Voice of Greenery - Trekking and Travelling in Western Ghats: Nilakanteswara temple - Jammatige Agrahara, Hariharapura

rakeshholla.blogspot.ae

Manasa Devi with her son Astika on her lap. Next to her on the top arch: the elephant-headed god Ganesha, and the god of death Yama. Bronze casting, Bihar, eastern India, Pala style, 10th Century. Linden Museum, Stuttgart. High Resolution 3.2MB image.

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Erotic Panel Made of Ivory - 17th Century

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Built in 1100 A.D., the temple is noteworthy for its architecture and is also the only temple to be devoid of any erotic sculpture.

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Cosmic Form of Eighteen-Armed Vishnu India. 11th century Sandstone 2001.1.4 Ester R This highly unusual form of Vishnu in cosmic manifestation shows his supremacy through delicate architectural relief. Like the Durga sculpture, he stands in the three-fold (tribhanga) pose of gracefulness, with two worshippers in the honorific (namaskara) pose at his feet.

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