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Temple wall (Mandovar) 5

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Temple wall (Mandovar) 5

700.00

Temple Wall (Mandovar)

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Above the basement (pitha) rise the walls to the garbhagruha. The side of the walls is straight in its ground plan and plain in its elevation, though it is occasionally relieved by niches in its middle. The outer side of the wall, technically known as mandovara is usually decorated with various sculptures in the form of panels and figures.

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Temple Wall (Mandovar)

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Above the basement (pitha) rise the walls to the garbhagruha. The side of the walls is straight in its ground plan and plain in its elevation, though it is occasionally relieved by niches in its middle. The outer side of the wall, technically known as mandovara is usually decorated with various sculptures in the form of panels and figures. The projecting central portion of the well, which is technically known as Bhadra, contains niches having plain, ringed-pilasters. In these niches, beautiful figures of gods and goddesses are set. The other recesses adjoining the Bhadra, similarly contain dancing sculptures, figures of celestial nymphs, gods and semi-gods with their attendants, chowri-bearers, musicians, etc.

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