Sri Vaikuntanathan Perumal temple

Sri Vaikuntanathan Perumal temple is a Lord Vishnu temple situated at Srivaikuntam, in Thoothukudi district, Tamilnadu, India. Lord Vishnu in this temple is known as Vaikuntanathar. This temple is one among the 108 “Divyadesams”, dedicated to God Vishnu. Sculpture inside Sri Vaikuntanathan Perumal temple Sri Vaikuntanathan Perumal temple alias Srivaikuntam temple or Kallapiran temple is…

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Kangla Fort & Palace at Impal in Manipur

Kangla Fort & Palace is located on Eastern and Western sides of River Imphal , at Imphal, the capital of Manipur state, India. Those on the Eastern side were damaged in course of time and only parts of the Fort on the Western side, exists now. Kangla Fort Kangla Palace was the Royal residence of…

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Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary in Kerala – Lone Peafowl Sanctuary in India

Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary is situated under Peechi wildlife division of Kerala State Forest and Wildlife Department. It is situated in Alathur thaluk, Palakkad district, Kerala.  It’s spread over 343 hectares of land. Photo of a peacock Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary has a sizable populations of peacocks (male peafowl) and peahens (female peafowl). This is the only…

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Thousand Pillar Temple Near Warrangal in Telungana

Thousand Pillar Temple is an ancient Hindu temple located at Hanamakonda, in Warrangal district of  Telangana State, India. This magnificent temple was constructed in 1163 by the Kakatiya dynasty King, Rudra Deva. The temple is officially named as “Sri Rudreswara Swamy temple”; named after the king who built it. 1000 Pillar Temple is built 1.5…

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Ancient Buddhist and Jain Rock-Cut Talaja Caves in Gujarat

Talaja Caves are a group of rock cut caves  at Talaja in  Bhavnagar district, Gujarat state.  Out of the total of 30 caves, around 15-20 are for storing water. These caves are cut out of isolated conical rocks. The lone Buddhist cave with  some ornamentation is known as Ebhal Mandapa. Out of the total of…

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