PILLARS

At Ahobilam, the very pillar from which Narasimha pounced out to drink the blood of Hiranya. This is now referred to as Ugrasthambam. It is situated at a…
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the inside of an old building with stone pillars and carvings on the walls, along with concrete flooring
Hedathale Lakshmi Narasimha Temple. - ದೇವಸ್ಥಾನ - ನರಸಿಂಹ - mymandir
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stone carvings on the side of a building with columns and pillars in front of them
Vaikuntha Perumal Temple - Pallava Masterpiece - Inditales
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a statue in the middle of a park with other structures around it and people walking by
Chaudadanpura – The Savior of the Lingayats – Indian History and Architecture
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X India, Karnataka, Indian Temple, Ancient Indian Architecture, Archaeological Survey Of India
Kuruvathi – The Memorial of King Someshvara – Indian History and Architecture
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a large stone pillar in the middle of a park
Talagunda – A Kadamba Bastion
TALAGUNDA PILLAR
an old building with a tall red pole in front of it and a bird flying overhead
Lakshmeswar – Dakshina-Somanatha
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the inside of an old building with columns and pillars
Hangal – A Capital of Kadambas
Indian History and Architecture
a statue in the middle of a garden
Hangal – A Capital of Kadambas
Indian History and Architecture
the inside of an old building with columns and pillars
Lakkundi – Forgotten Hoysala Capital
Indian History and Architecture
a large stone pillar with writing on it
Sign-in
Decipherment paradigm - Sarasvati
a tall pillar sitting in the middle of a park
Sign-in
Decipherment paradigm - Sarasvati
two tall towers in the middle of a courtyard
Mumbai's Colonial Architecture
Qutab Minar, Delhi - SkyscraperCity
the top of a tall brick building with carvings on it's sides, against a blue sky
Mumbai's Colonial Architecture
Qutab Minar, Delhi - SkyscraperCity
an old building with a tall tower next to it's entrance and people walking around
Mumbai's Colonial Architecture
Qutab Minar, Delhi - SkyscraperCity
a tall tower with a clock on it's side in the middle of a park
Mumbai's Colonial Architecture
Qutab Minar, Delhi - SkyscraperCity