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carved marble at Adinatha Temple, Ranakpur - loved it here!!

The renowned Jain temple at Ranakpur is dedicated to Adinatha. Ranakpur is a village located in Desuri Tehsil near Sadri town in the Pali district of Rajasthan in western India. Adinath or Adi Natha is a Sanskrit word meaning "First Lord"

Sri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, hindu temple in Red Fort, New Delhi, India

Interior of Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, Delhi, India. Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest and best-known Jain temple in Delhi. It is directly across from the Red Fort in the historical Chandni Chowk area.

Ranganatha Temple Tamil Nadu, India

visitheworld: Architectural details at Sri Ranganatha Temple, Tamil Nadu, India (by Judith Knibbe).

Khajaraho Temple

Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Khajuraho, Madhya, Uttar Pradesh, India Check out the website to see

Dilwara Jain Temples - Rajistan, India

most beautiful temple i have been to Dilwara Jain temples in Mount Abu, Rajasthan, India

Jaisalmer, the Golden City, Rajastan, India

Located in India’s Thar Desert, in the colorful state of Rajasthan, the “Golden City” of Jaisalmer gets its color from buildings made of yellow sandstone.

Corridor of one thousand pillars at Ramanathaswamy Temple, Tamil Nadu / India (by Jayanth M).

Loved this temple, you could feel the faith as soon as you walked in it! Corridor of one thousand pillars at Ramanathaswamy Temple - Tamil Nadu, India

larameeee:  Sun temple, Konark, Orissa | the chariot of the Sun God, Surya | built from oxidized and weathered ferruginous sandstone | UNESCO designated world heritage site     9th century

The Sun Temple at Konark in India is a culmination of Oriya architecture.Built in century by King Narasimhadeva, the temple is designed in the shape of a colossal chariot with seven horses and twelve wheels, carrying the sun god, Surya, across heavens.

Descent of the Ganges at Mahabalipuram, in the Tamil Nadu state India, is one of a group of monuments that were designated as a World Heritage Site since 1984.[1] Measuring 96 feet (29 m) long by 43 feet (13 m) high, it is a giant open-air relief carved of the a monolithic rock. The monuments and sanctuaries were built by the Pallava kings in the 7th and 8th centuries.

South India Travel Photography Tamil Nadu Reisfotografie "Descent of the Ganges" bas relief Mamallapuram

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