In most of the Ancient Temples, before one enters in to holy sanctum, One will find amazing sculptures of amorous couple, sensuous and erotic apart from depicting beautiful voluptuous GanNayikas and SurSundaris indulged in various form of Shrungar Ras on the exterior walls.
Ellora Jain Temple
Jain Temple, Indrashabha, Cave No. 32. is a part of Jain Temple and is also called as Chota Kailasa as it is a much smaller version of the grand Kailasanatha temple.
Ellora Kailash Mandir : One of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World
The Ellora Caves (also called as Verul) are the epitome of beauty, science and architecture. Given the immense size of Ellora as whole, its unfathomable, how even one could think of attempting something so unimaginably huge and grand, but matter of fact is that our ancestor not only thought of it but also executed these and other awe inspiring marvellous and magnificent piece of architecture, brilliant and astonishingly exquisite, the magnitude of which leaves you spellbound.
This image is very special to me for many reason.
Its story in itself.
Buried within the ruins around seen in this picture has thousand stories of bravery untold.
We had been driving for almost 8 hours through roads leading to the most beautiful part of World… some of the most stunning landscapes in the world, a breathtaking adventure through cliffhanger roads passing through the deep gorges of the Himalayan Rivers bathed in different hues and now it was time for short break. Continuously driving from KARGIL which was once infiltrated by Pakistani forces and were repulsed like pigs by Indian army) then covering Drass, the second coldest inhabited place in the world,
The Story so beautiful, Songs so energetic, Music so magnificent, Language so raw and enthralling, Plot so realistic, Characters so adorable, Picturisation so captivating, Climax so remarkable and gut wrenching …..
Welcome to the world of incredibly and marvelous झालंय झिंग झिंग झिंगाट in so well crafted “SAIRAT” and yessss… also to the world of my first Movie review.
Bhuleshwar Shiva Temple, Yavat, Pune… a place that keeps on calling again and again and awakening the inner soul.
An 13th century ancient Bhuleshwar temple of lord Shiva is as mystical and mysterious as he is himself. Originally built around 8th century, reconstructed again in 1230 AD during Yadava’s Dynasty.
The Gondeshwar Temple is in the Hemadpanthi style of architecture, which was popularized by Hemadri Pandit, also known as Hemadpant, a minister during the Yadav Dynasty. The most striking feature of the construction was the use of locally available black stone and lime, glorifying the local craftsmanship.The degree of skill that went into making the carved panels and the entire design of the temple is awesome.
Ambernath Shiva Temple also known as Ambreshwar Shiva Mandir.
Ambernath literally means “Lord of the sky”
Ambernath Shiv Mandir is an 11th century marvel of architecture and sculptures, which is almost a thousand years old. Built in 1060 AD, It is situated 2 km away from Ambernath (East) railway station in Maharashtra, India.
The temple is on the bank of Vadavan (Waldhuni) river.
Indian wild ass also called the khur also locally known as the Ghudkhar
….. once extended from western India, Today, its last refuge lies in the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, Little Rann of Kutch and its surrounding areas of the Great Rann of Kutch in the Gujarat province of India. It is one of the fastest of Indian animals, with speeds clocked at about 70 – 80 km. per hour and can easily outrun a jeep making them more like wild horses, and far more captivating than their domesticated cousins… One of the main attractions of Runn of Kutch people come from all over the world to see.