Sunday, April 11, 2010

Glimpses of Survaya Ki Grahi

Next day morning from Shivpuri we proceeded to Survaya Ki Grahi which is at a distance of 20 kms on Shivpuri - Jhansi road. This is a historical place with several old temples inside the fortress. 

We shall explore more about this place in the subsequent posts.

Survya Ki Grahi Temples

42 comments:

Nalini Hebbar said...

that looks like an auditorium!...for sports and games?

V Rakesh said...

You know, people like me are fortunate to see such wonders through your eyes!

Mitr Friend - Bhushavali said...

A new place to go in my list. The sculptures look exquisite...

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Matangi Mawley said...

interesting!

Protege said...

Very interesting. Your blog is so inspiring and makes me feel like I too travel with you.;)
xo
Zuzana

Pagan Sphinx said...

Lovely photos of amazing places. I'd love to visit India one day.

Thank you for visiting my blog!

Bobbi said...

Hi, Oh my goodness, very beautiful mosaic picture! Thank you so much for sharing this! I hope that you have a lovely new week!
Hugs...
Bobbi

A Garden of Threads said...

Great mosaic. Have a great week.

Mary said...

Oh, how beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful country at MM. :)

ellen b. said...

Such interesting and detailed architecture. Happy Mosaic Monday to you...

grey like snuffie said...

So glad I peeked into your world. Amazing architecture.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Such an interesting place, Rajesh. India is full of beautiful ancient treasures to visit. Glad to visit you for Mosaic Monday!

LV said...

You always have such interesting and informative post from your part of the world. I truly enjoy them.

LV said...

You always have such interesting and informative post from your country. I really enjoy it.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

very interesting post,always love the architecture in your post

Ann said...

I just love the mosaic and the the actual pictures. Everything looks amazing and so inviting. :)

Stacey 18 said...

Wonderful mosaic. Happy blue Monday.

kavita said...

I clicked enlarged it ..its even more beautiful.Thanks for sharing .

luna said...

Very interesting post!
Beautiful mosaic...Luna

MyThoughtsMyVoice said...

It looks like an interesting place. It is always amazing to visit/get to see old structures rich with history.

Happy Blue MOnday!

gengen said...

Just pretty. happy blue Monday.

Sucharita Sarkar said...

Interesting!

jnjmilestones.com said...

I don't see the blue that much. but the mosaic looks cool.

SmilingSally said...

Just a hint of pale blue... Happy Blue Monday.

Snap said...

Happy Mosaic Monday, Rajesh. Looking forward to learning more about Survaya Ki Grahi.

Jeevan said...

looking froward...

BLOGitse said...

Full of history, magical...

Have a great week ahead!

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Anya said...

Amazing
When I visit your blog its almost i'm visiting India :))))
Thanks !!

Eden said...

Beautiful work of arts. Thanks for sharing.

Ebie said...

Always interesting photos you share about India. It is rich in history and architecture!

Rajesh said...

Nalini, Rakesh, Matangi, Bobbi, Garden, Mary, Ellen, pagan, grey like snuffie, Pat, LV, Ann, stacey, Coffeeveggie: Thanks for the appreciation.

Bhushavali: Thanks, this and nearby places are worth a visit.

Kavita, Luna, MyVoice, gengen, jnjmilestones, Sally, Snap, Jeevan, BLOGitse, Anya, Eden, Ebie: Thanks for the appreciation.

Zurana: Thanks, you are most welcome to visit India.

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous captures and shadows as always, Rajesh! And it's always a delight to visit your blog! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Ralph said...

That truly looks like another world to this westerner's eye. Although constructed of stone, the shapes are natural. Wonderful capture!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Inside the fortress,
suppliants pray to the gods
for safety, for peace.


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frayedattheedge said...

an interesting collection of shots

Sweet Repose said...

Simply amazing!!!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

So nice to travel in thoughts. Must see one day.

TY for bringing me there. Happy to see India.

Enjoy your week-end.

tinasphotoblog said...

Interesting historical photos! :)

Hot Fudge said...

Beautiful collection of images - it looks like such a fascinating part of the country.

chubskulit said...

Interesting!

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Rajesh said...

Sylvia, Ralph, Teacher, Sweet, Tiina, Richie, frayedattheedge, Hot Fudge, Rose: Thanks for the appreciation.

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