Thursday, April 15, 2010

Survaya Ki Grahi Temple - 2

Survaya Ki Grahi is a big auditorium of stone. There is a Shiva temple with the idol still inside it. There are two more temples here without the idols in it. The below are the images of temples without the idol inside them.

This is a temple beautiful carvings all around it.

The above structure is in front of the temple.

The above structure is on the top of the residential area of the students and teacher.

55 comments:

Hilary said...

Wow.. what an amazing structure.

Cloudia said...

Thank you!



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V Rakesh said...

Very intricate detail...... a lot of work has gone into making it!

Good catch Rajesh!

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Behind this gorgeous monument is a long history, culture and tradition. Excellent!

Trotter said...

Hi Rajesh! You have the most incredible temple collection I've seen. Incredible photos!!

Blogtrotter Two is waiting for you in Turkey... ;) Enjoy and have a great week!!

Zuzana said...

I have said this before, but nevertheless; I simply find it incredible how the could manage to make such an intricate and detailed carvings in stone.;)
xo

Jeevan said...

Interesting capture Rajesh! The structures are carved uniquely. Liked more the 1st and 2nd.

radha said...

Lovely carvings.

biologion said...

very beautiful photos! it seems like a very interesting monument! the sculptures are amazing!

Σταλαγματιά said...

wonderful place!!!
amazing view!!

Mama Zen said...

Gorgeous!

Johnny Nutcase said...

those carvings are so, so intricate and beautiful, thanks for posting these pictures. I love the last one, what neat place!

Sylvia K said...

Such fantastic temples! Beautiful skies make the perfect backdrop! Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos, Rajesh! Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Kcalpesh said...

Rajesh, your pictures are wonderful and your blog is always so informative!

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Spiderdama said...

Great structure and lovely blue sky!
Wish you a great weekend:-)

Pearl Maple said...

Lovely photos of the temples and amazing to see the amount of detail that can be carved in stone.

Regina said...

Work of genius!
Great captures.
Happy SWF Rajesh.

Carver said...

Looks like a beautiful days for visiting the temples. The blue sky sets them off so well. They are all so intricate and I'm in awe of the work that must have gone into building them.

SandyCarlson said...

It would be easier to say what isn't amazing about your home than to say what is! Wow.

Diane AZ said...

Enjoyed looking at those intricate carvings. The design are fascinating. Have a wonderful weekend, Rajesh!

Laura Hegfield said...

beautiful :)

Anne said...

So great to watch the pistures from your country :-)

ewok1993 said...

Is there a reason why the other two structures did not have idols in them?

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photos of the temple and the carving are amazing.

lynda howells said...

again l just love your images as usual.lynda
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Coffeeveggie addict. said...

amazing temples,....its so nice to see parts of the worlds like this one thank you for sharing...

eden said...

Beautiful works of art and informative post. great captures.

Manang Kim said...

You always have great magnificent buildings here. Thanks for sharing!

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J Bar said...

Lots of great shots.
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Jacob said...

Very interesting and very beautiful. The carving is so intricate. Are you allowed to take photos of the interior?

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Rajesh: Very cool structures going into the blue skies.

magiceye said...

superb workmanship

Lakshmi said...

this looks awesome..i need to go there :)

LadyFi said...

So ornate.. very impressive.

Randi said...

Interesting capture, Rajesh! The carvings are stunning!

Vaggelis said...

amazing again!!!

Pam said...

Stunning as always, Rajesh

Mridula said...

Beautiful Rajesh. Which state is this place located in?

Marites said...

beautiful carvings! I really like the ones by the door.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Lovely buildings!

James said...

I'm amazed by the details and the history of this place.

Robin said...

Beautiful shots, they look like postcards.

Pooch Morning Glory said...

incredible buildings rajesh ! great photos
~laura

Hotel in Stevens Point said...

India is full of its different color of religions...there is different different culture in different states...Which is really Great in every aspects...For the Natural beauty you can visit so many places... which is full of taste of nature it self....!!! Really Its Great country everyone must see and enjoy the real beauty of India...!!!!!!!!!!

George said...

The stonework of these structures is absolutely amazing. You've done a wonderful job of capturing all the rich detail.

Wren said...

Each shot beautiful in many ways, Rajesh. I am in awe of the detailed carving - the care and artistry is amazing.

Anya said...

Looks F_A_N_T_A_S_T_I_C_

amazing structure :)))))

Enjoy your sunday
:-)

MyMaracas said...

The temples are so beautiful. It is a shame the idols have been removed.

Arasu said...

I like all the temple pictures you have taken so far! The carving of the temple is fantastic!

lynda Howells said...

as usual l love your imagesxlynda

Rajesh said...

Hilary, Rakesh, Phivos, Trotter, Zuzana, Jeevan, Radha, biologion, Σταλαγματ, Mama Zen, Johnny, Sylvia, Kcalpesh, Spiderdama, Pearl: Thanks for the appreciation.

ewok1993: Thnaks, originally they had idols in them. They have been desoyed in the invasions.

Regina, Carver, Sandy, Diane, Laura, Anne, eileeninmd, lynda, Coffeeveggie, eden, Kim, J Bar, Fishing Guy, Deepak, LadyFi: Thanks for the appreciation.

Jacob: Thanks, photography is allowed here. No restrictions in this place.

Randi, Vaggelis, Pam, Marites, Kirigalpoththa, James, Robin, Laura, George, Wren, Anya, MyMaracas, Arasu: Thanks for the appreciation.

Lakshmi, Mridula: Thanks, this is a nice place to visit. This is located in Madhya Pradesh.

Deepak Acharya said...

It must be a great temple :)

Rajesh said...

Deepak: Thanks, it is a nice place to visit.

R Sudhir Kumar said...

unbelivable, started my search on the net to see the details. thanks for the unique place

Rajesh said...

Sudhir: Thanks, it is a nice place.