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2022-06-17 15:55:13
Depiction of priests in Halebidu temple.
The panel is from Hoysalesvara temple, Halebidu of Karnataka built during the 12th century. The exciting part of the panel is the depiction of men covering their heads and ears ( They are often compared to the dress code of astronauts).
The priests are reciting a stotra by the name Yajnayajniya. It is the last and the principle stotra chanted at the Agnistoma ritual, also called Agnistoma saman or stotra. It derives its name from the opening words YajnaYajna of the stotra. The chief priest Udgatri of Samaveda begins the chant, and all the Sama chanters and choristers cover their heads and ears during the chant. It is an Ekavimshastoma (21 repetitions). The priests are in the dress code of cloth tied around the waist, Janevu, and hair tied into a bun at the back.

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2022-05-24 04:37:36 The Kailasa Temple [known also as the Kailasanatha (which translates as 'Lord of Kailasa') Temple] is an ancient Hindu temple located in the western Indian region of Maharashtra. A UNESCO World Heritage, this temple is part of the Ellora Caves, a religious complex consisting of 34 rock-cut monasteries and temples. This temple derives its name from Mount Kailasa, the Himalayan abode of the Hindu god Shiva. It is generally believed that this temple was constructed in the 8th century AD, during the reign of Krishna I, a ruler of the Rashtrakuta Empire. As the Kailasa Temple is supposed to represent the sacred mountain of Shiva, this temple was dedicated to this particular Hindu god. The construction of the Kailasa Temple is thought to have taken place between 757 and 783 AD. It has been commonly estimated that over this period of about two and a half decades, a total of 200,000 (other estimations range from 150,000 to 400,000) tons of rock were excavated out of a vertical basalt cliff in the Charanandri Hills to form the magnificent temple. It may be added that the temple was carved from top to bottom with only simple hammers and chisels.

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2022-05-24 04:37:32
𝐋𝐨𝐜𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 : ~Kailasa Temple, Ellora, Maharashtra, India

Kailasa Temple has been dubbed as 'Cave 16' of the Ellora Caves, and is notable for being the largest monolithic structure in the world that was carved out of a single piece of rock. Apart from the temple's impressive size, it is also remarkable for its sculptures, as well as for the fine workmanship of its other architectural elements.

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2022-05-21 06:03:45
Museum Of Arts Dallas in Texas United States of America.

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2022-05-18 05:23:25
Bells may be Gone,Temples may be Gone.

The Presence of Mahadev will never be Gone....

Thousands of kilometers away from Bharat...In Vietnam

Via Mahadev Sarkar

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2022-05-13 04:29:12
The #oldest Hindu #Mandir of #Goa, that survived from the Portuguese as it was hidden in the dense forest. Built in the 12th century, the beautifully carved and perfectly proportioned black basalt Mahadev Mandir at #Tambdi #Surla, is considered to be the only specimen of Kadamba-Yadava architecture in basalt rock preserved and available in Goa.

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2022-05-06 09:37:15
।।केदारं हिमपर्वतश्रीष्ठे।।

द्वादश ज्योतिर्लिंगों में एकादश श्री केदारनाथ ज्योतिर्लिंग वर्ष 2022 के आज प्रातःकाल के प्रथम मंगल दर्शन देवभूमि उत्तराखंड से।।

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2022-04-28 05:23:09
PLACE: JURAHARESWARAR TEMPLE, Kanchipuram.
PERIOD: 12th Century CE with inscriptions of Vikrama Chola.

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2022-04-21 20:14:14
Khajuraho , Madhya Pradesh

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2022-04-18 04:45:12
Subsequently, Jakanachari gets a vision directing him to dedicate a temple to lord Chenna Kesava in his native place, Kridapura. Accordingly, he returns to that place and legend says that no sooner was the temple completed than his right hand was restored. In commemoration of this incident, the place has ever since been called Kaidala.

Chenna Kesava temple

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