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Intact Badami Chalukya Temples & Inscriptions Unearthed in India

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Archaeologists in southern India have made an amazing discovery, unearthing two temples dating back to the Badami Chalukya era. These 1,300-year-old temples, situated along the banks of the Krishna River near the village of Mudimanikyam in Telangana’s Nalgonda district, exhibit remarkable preservation and are estimated to date from 543 to 750 AD. They showcase the distinctive Kadamba nagara architectural style, featuring pyramid-shaped  shikaras adorned with ascending steps and crowned by pinnacle  kalashas (a sacred water vessel for rituals). Particularly noteworthy is the integration of features from the Rekha nagara architectural style, characterized by slightly curved towers reminiscent of northern Indian shikharas, with four sides of equal length, explained archaeologists from the Public Research Institute of History, Archaeology, and Heritage (PRIHAH) to THE New Indian Express…(READ MORE)

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