Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Amazing Stone-Carvings Of Some Of The Finest Temples Of India, From Different Regions Of The Country, Renowned For its Ancient Temple, Palace & Fort Architecture


More information on Stone-Carvings & Temple Architecture of the cultural haven of India, with web-links to the sources of the following awe-inspiring, sacred images of Hinduism & Jainism, will follow soon. Stay tuned, & please don't miss the joy of exploring the countless, marvelous Holy Temples, Shrines, Churches, Gurudwaras, Mazjid, Dargaas, Monastries and Fire-Temples (dar-e mehr ) of different Religions, of Secular India, at least virtually first, to begin with.
 
India, The Motherland of Sanathana Dharma / सनातन धर्म /  Universal Religion, is truly a Mystery, an Enigma, for every single visitor, from around the globe. The more we dive into Indian Culture, Indian Heritage, Indian Spirituality, Indian Secularism, the more firm & more solid becomes our Realization, that 'The Great God Almighty' is Truly Beginningless, Truly Endless, with Unfathomable, Unexplorable, Unimaginable, Infinite Glory. 

And the 'Ancients' of this 'Most Ancient Civilization' firmly believed, that at the root of this 'Infinity' and 'Infinite Names', 'He', 'She', or 'It' or 'The Ultimate Reality' is Just One & One Alone.

Here is the Wikipedia page of the Hindu Temple Architecture in Hindi. Those who can read Hindi, I am sure, would just enjoy reading it.


Madurai Meenakshi Temple, TamilNadu, India : Image Source

Kailasanathar Temple Kanchipuram TamilNadu, India : Image Source

Khajuraho Temple, MadhyaPradesh, India : Image Source

Adinath Temple Khajuraho, Madhyapradesh, India : Image Source

Keshava Temple, Somanathapura, Karnataka, India : Image Source

Brihadeeshwara Temple, Tanjore, TamilNadu, India : Image Source

Shri Venkateshwara Suprabhatham (Perhaps Tirupathi Temple ) : Image Source

Pancha Rathas (also known as Pandava Rathas), Mahabalipuram, TamilNadu, India : image Source

Shri Sarangapani Temple, Kumbhakonam, TamilNadu, India : Image Source

Kumbakonam Adi Kumbeswarar Temple, TamilNadu, India : Image Source

Chennakesava Temple, Somanathapura, Karnataka, India : Image Source

Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu, India : Image Source












Bhubaneswar, the Temple City of eastern India : Image Source

Lakshmana Temple, Khajuraho, Madya Pradesh, India.: Image Source

Vamana Teple khajuraho, MadhyaPradesh, India : Image Source




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