Located on an island created by the Mandovi river, just after it originates from the Western Ghats, this Kadamba temple, the only ancient temple left standing in Goa, is a pleasure to visit, with rising mist and roaring sound of… Continue Reading →
One of the oldest temples in Kalinga school of architecture with a complete mandapam, this centre of Lakulisa sect has a latina sikhara, and replete with sculptures of Kartikeya, Ganesa, Saptamatrkas and various other from Hindu cosmology.
This three-storied temple is the rarest and the most wonderful temple created in the coastal Kerala style architecture, with sloping roofs, gajaprstha garbha-grha and a perfect ambience, located on the banks of Madhuvahini River.
This temple created by a mere general of the Chalukyan king is the most wonderful monumental & wonderful achievement of Karnata Dravida tradition created by the Chalukyas. The sheer scale is unimaginable in other Chalukyan temples.
The greatest of all Hoysala temples ever built, this dvikuta contains perhaps the largest gallery of Hindu gods in any temple anywhere on earth. The series of friezes on jagati and then the gods panel is the most wonderful achievement.
The light of Sanatana dharma reached every corner of Bharatavarsa taking its darsana of life and art everywhere. This temple, remote in the mountains of Kangra, with the backdrop of Dhauladhara is a perfect example of Nagara, latina idiom.
Perhaps the greatest wonder in rock-cut temples anywhere in the world, this stupendous achivement of Hindu skill, divine grace and Hindu society resulted in this two-storeyed wonder with thousands of sculptures, all rock-cut.
Badami Chalukyas made of the most iconic of temples in their capital, in almost all major idioms, Nagara as well as Dravida. This Dravida Temple with a circular sikhara is a perfect example.
A temple and village seldom known outside the district of Mahesana, this temple is a perfect example of sekhari sub-idiom of Nagara architecture. An amazing panca ratha plan & a fully articulated sikhara it is a gem.
The heighest Hindu temple with the most majestic vimana, this temple needs no introduction. The crowning glory of Chola dynasty, Dravida architecture and Hindu temple, this is a temple unmissable.