Khajuraho of Maharashtra.. Daitya Sudan Temple bears resemblance with Khajuraho sculptures to great extend. This asymmetrical star shaped temple posses many such erotic sculptures which displays beauty of Kamasutra in delightful way.
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Daitya Sudan Temple is a forgotten glory & hidden gem of Chalukyan Art. The Vishnu temple is the best example of Hemadpanti style of art & bears resemblance with magic arts of Khajuraho..!
Enchanting & mighty gopurams of Lord Virupaksha Temple grab your attention once you enter in the ruins of Hampi – the World Heritage Group of Monuments. Consort of Pampa Devi, Lord Virupaksha showers his blessings on devotees here.
Annigeri is a town in Navalgund taluk of Dharwad district in the state of Karnataka. The Amruteshwar Temple dates back to 1050 CE and was the primary temple made of soapstone. The temple presents good example of the Kalyani Chalukyas style of construction and Dravida articulation.
A portion of the bridge opens up likes a pair of scissors to let the ship pass under it, this reminds those amazing bridges in river Thames of London.
Ashtamatrika Devi Temple on the right side of the main temple of Lord Shiva i.e. Siddheshwara Temple, is amazingly constructed on Star Shaped base.
Vishnu temple inside Siddheshwara temple of Newasa features ‘Dikpalas’ in Hemadpanti Style of structure. Lord Vishnu looks beautiful in Black Stone with the mount, Garuda; in front of him!!
Siddheshwara Temple at pravara sangam is an amazing hemadpanti style temple built by Peshwas. Placed at Toka near Newasa, the place is great day escape and a good pilgrimage as well.
Pravara Godavari Sangam – the confluence – of Pravara & Godavari rivers where Pravara ends her existence as an individual and becomes part of Godavari’s epic flow!
Ranjangaon Ganpati is one among the Ashtavinayakas (eight Ganeshas). Ashtavinayaka or eight Ganeshas are located in Maharashtra. MahaGanapati Temple is the eighth Ganesha Temple to be visited during the Ashtavinayaka yatra (eight Ganeshas pilgrimage)