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Pattadakal temples evolved during the Chalukyas in the 8th century CE. its located on the left bank of river Malaprabha (22 kms from Badami). It was the seat of the Hindu Art and Architecture and are the grandest collection of temple Architecture in South India...More
A magnificent place where the oldest temple is from the 7th Century AD. One can see the progression of the artistry from Aihole Hampi to Pattadakal. Truly a fabulous place for coronations in the 7th - 9th centuries.
If you love history and historical places, this is the place to be. So clean and neatly maintained. Amazing views and structures. There is a complex of temple and you will be mesmerized to view all. Its a world heritage site and true to its...More
The architecture of the temple is mesmerizing. The columns are decorated with intricate artwork. Inside the temple we had a good darshan too. Situated near the foot of hemakuta hills. Walking distance from sasivekallu and kadalekallu Ganapathi attractions. Took some snaps. Again like any other...More
Largest of all the monuments in Pattadakal. Denotes the architectural skills of ancient times. Built by lokamahadevi of Pallava dynasty. This is temple is inspiration for building Kailasantha temple in Ellora.