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Approximately 6 feet tall, 77 cm wide and 12 cm thick, the Surya is carved from a single slab of dark green chlorite schist. Such fine grained soft metamorphic stones became the medium of choice of Karnataka’s artisans from the 11th-14th centuries. Basaveswara Temple

Approximately 6 feet tall, 77 cm wide and 12 cm thick, the Surya is carved from a single slab of dark green chlorite schist. Such fine grained soft metamorphic stones became the medium of choice of Karnataka’s artisans from the 11th-14th centuries. Basaveswara Temple

Suryanaraya & Kalideva in Western Ghats: Arakeshwara temple-Haleyedatore

Suryanaraya & Kalideva in Western Ghats: Arakeshwara temple-Haleyedatore

http://rakeshholla.blogspot.ae/2014/09/galagesvara-temple-galaganatha.htmlWestern Ghats: Galagesvara temple -Galaganatha

http://rakeshholla.blogspot.ae/2014/09/galagesvara-temple-galaganatha.htmlWestern Ghats: Galagesvara temple -Galaganatha

Standing Surya Period: Chola period (880–1279) Date: 11th–12th century Culture: India Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: H. 19 1/8 in. (48.6 cm); W. 5 1/4 in. (13.3 cm); D. 4 3/4 in. (12 cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Samuel Eilenberg Collection, Bequest of Samuel Eilenberg, 1998 Accession Number: 2000.284.1

Standing Surya Period: Chola period (880–1279) Date: 11th–12th century Culture: India Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: H. 19 1/8 in. (48.6 cm); W. 5 1/4 in. (13.3 cm); D. 4 3/4 in. (12 cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Samuel Eilenberg Collection, Bequest of Samuel Eilenberg, 1998 Accession Number: 2000.284.1

Surya, the Sun God holding a lotus (padma) in each hand and accompanied by Pratyusha, the goddess of twilight, and Usha, the goddess of dawn who drives away the darkness with her arrows. The god stands frontally in an unflexed position (in samabhnaga posture) and has a circular halo. Place of Origin: Hassan, India (made) Date: mid 13th century, Metamorphosed impure limestone, Height: 148 cm, Width: 63.5 cm, Depth: 33 cm

Surya (Sculpture)

Surya, the Sun God holding a lotus (padma) in each hand and accompanied by Pratyusha, the goddess of twilight, and Usha, the goddess of dawn who drives away the darkness with her arrows. The god stands frontally in an unflexed position (in samabhnaga posture) and has a circular halo. Place of Origin: Hassan, India (made) Date: mid 13th century, Metamorphosed impure limestone, Height: 148 cm, Width: 63.5 cm, Depth: 33 cm

Surya, the Hindu Solar Deity Date: 11th–12th century Culture: Nepal (Kathmandu Valley) Medium: Gilt-copper alloy

Surya, the Hindu Solar Deity Date: 11th–12th century Culture: Nepal (Kathmandu Valley) Medium: Gilt-copper alloy

Another famous typical Trikuta Brahmeshwara temple is situated near bus stand, the grand idol of Nandi in the Brahmeshwara temple was originally known as Abaluru Basavanna. A fair called Basavanna jatra is held annually. The interior is equality beautiful; there are three Garbhagrihas at the west, south and north with a common Navaranga.

Another famous typical Trikuta Brahmeshwara temple is situated near bus stand, the grand idol of Nandi in the Brahmeshwara temple was originally known as Abaluru Basavanna. A fair called Basavanna jatra is held annually. The interior is equality beautiful; there are three Garbhagrihas at the west, south and north with a common Navaranga.

Another famous typical Trikuta Brahmeshwara temple is situated near bus stand, the grand idol of Nandi in the Brahmeshwara temple was originally known as Abaluru Basavanna. A fair called Basavanna jatra is held annually. The interior is equality beautiful; there are three Garbhagrihas at the west, south and north with a common Navaranga.

Another famous typical Trikuta Brahmeshwara temple is situated near bus stand, the grand idol of Nandi in the Brahmeshwara temple was originally known as Abaluru Basavanna. A fair called Basavanna jatra is held annually. The interior is equality beautiful; there are three Garbhagrihas at the west, south and north with a common Navaranga.

https://flic.kr/p/53Twnq | Signs of the Zodiac | Airavateshwar Temple Jain Temple - Mumbai

https://flic.kr/p/53Twnq | Signs of the Zodiac | Airavateshwar Temple Jain Temple - Mumbai

Karttikeya, the God of War Date: 6th–7th century Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Stone

Karttikeya, the God of War Date: 6th–7th century Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Stone

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