‘There are a lot of falls in the falls of the waterfalls. The rocky hillside culmination of the cranny is taken into the depths of centuries of history. The fireworks of the sculptors exhibit the walls of the walls with their eyes dazzled. Aihole, Pattadakal, and Badami are the places where the beauty and beauty of the Chalukyas are the venues … says Vishakavasi Dr. Madadhabulthala Thirumala Rao.
VFrom Amritsar Express to Pathapatnam, departing from the airport in Karnataka and then passing to Badasseri from Badrinar. The only railway station in the area is Badami. The train did not stop there, and the passenger trains did not come to the center of the area for a minute. But the film industry is well aware of the location of Badami, Pattadakal, and Aihole in Malaprabha river in Bhagalakote district of Karnataka. That’s why the movie shoot is more than a visitor’s hit. Telugu films also shot with Tamil and Kannada films. Vikramaditya, Thamiram, Allegro, Rowdy Rathod, Shakti, Tripura … etc are all films.
First, we went to Basava Shakti Devi temple. The temple is 4 km south of Badami. The Chalukya goddess is the resident. She is a caste goddess in Karnataka and Maharashtra. Historically, there is a temple of Basaskankari before the Badami Chalukyas. The walls surrounding the walls have a face and a half. The Basakasariya sits on the lion and darshan in an avatar with eight hands. According to a statue in the temple, the Chalukya King Jagadkamaludu seems to have been modified to the ancient temple. Later in the 9th century, the Rashtrakutas rebuilt the temple and the present temple was built by the Vijayanagara kings. Then he went to the shrine. It is about 11 km away from Badami. There are two halls here. A shrine houses the tombs of Hanagal Kumaraswamiji and Hanagal Sadashiva Swamiji. It is said that these Swamiji are supernatural. From there we went to Mahakutta, a large number of temples. It was once South-South Kashi. The largest of these is the Mahabaleshwara Temple. The first Pulakesi of Chalukya Raja was built by the Shivas.
A complex of temples … Aihole ..!
25 km away from Mahakupta Away is Aihole. It is also a group of many temples. All three are within a kilometer area. The most important of these are Durguddhi, Ladakhan Temple, Suryanarayana, Hutchimalli Temple, Jyotirlinga Temple, Mallikarjuna Temple. There is a museum here. The statues and statues of the Chalukyas are a testimony to the architecture of the Chalukyas. There are more than 120 Hindu, Jain and Buddhist temples in this area. That is why the map of the museum is also convenient for visitors. There is a stone in the shape of the ax on the river Malaprabha. It is said that this is the place where the Parasurama walks through the area and the karadiyan is killing the ax of the area so that the water in the area is redding. The stone footprints on the banks of the river are considered by the locals as Bhargava Rama.
The architecture of the sculpture
13 km from Aihole Paddle is at a distance. Paddy is a symbol of Chalukya sculpture. The earliest known north and south Indian temple architecture can be found here historians. The temples are from the second Vikramaditya period. One of the two places in Karnataka, which is recognized as the UNESCO Heritage property, is the second one in Hampi. There are ten temples here. While eight temples are in the same place, the Papanatha Temple is located 0.5 km south of the complex. At about 1.5 km west of Jaina Narayana Temple Are far away. The Kadasiddhaswara and Jambalinga temples are dating back to the seventh century. Galaganatha, Sangameshwara, Kashi Vishweshwar, Mallikarjuna and Virupaksha temples are from the 8th century. The most important of these are the Virupaksha Temple and Mallikarjuna temples. Nandi is beautiful with sculpture on the east side of Virupaksha temple. Vikramaditya constructed the temple to mark the victory over Kanchipuram. The temple was built in the Dravidian style with 18 high pillars eastwards. The Mallikarjuna Temple is in the same manner. It is not enough to look at the pompous temples of the Pattadakal temples, but the minds of the sculptors who have gone into history are not mesmerizing.
Badami in the Rockies ..!
Then it went to look bad. Badami was the second capital of Chalukya between 500 and 757 AD. Badami is the name of the Chalukyas. These are the venues for the sculptures of Pattadami, Paddadal and Aihole regions. Chalukyas were very encouraging to them. This is the reason why all the hundreds of temples are visible there. The Badami Temple, Bhagatnath Temple, Agastyaththiram and stone caves. The Bhutanatha Temple has a big facade of the temple, the sanctum sanctorum, and the interior. The large hornbill that lies between the hills. Agastya Maharishi is a legendary story that has stolen a monster named Vatapi here.
The stone caves in Badami look. The first of these four temples, built by the big hill, is called the first cave. Nataraja Murthy is the one. The figure that is dancing on the lotus with 18 hands is really awesome. There are also idols of Mahishasura Mardi, Ardhanarisvara and Harihara. The other is the Vaishnava Cave. The fifth of the decades, the Vavana Vatavatram can be found here. There are sculptures of Bali, Emperor Vindhyavati and Vishnu Murthy. There is also a Buddhist cave next to the second cave. There is a Buddha statue in it. The third cave is the Mahavishnu. Raja Keerthivarma marks the cave at the age of twelve and his younger brother Mangalesh According to the law, There is a statue of Lord Vishnu. The fourth cave is a Jain temple. The statue of Parshwanath, the 23rd Tirthankara, is inscribed in the Jains. You can also see the Kannada script of the sixth century on the hills. The Badami Fortress stands as a testimony to the Chalukyas of the Dalits. There is a town where you feel so calm and quiet. It is said that the Chalukyas’ capital is good for those who want to enjoy the silent nature of the entire waterfall and the entire hill of Gillagali Gilligindhil.
35 km from Aihole There is a confluence of Krishna, Ghataprabha and Malaprabha rivers. Sangameshwara Temple is the testimony to the Chalukya architecture of that day. Basaveshwara, the famous saint who has worked in the 12th century, has been born here. That is why the Basaveshwara grave is in a suburb. Finally, ten kilometers from the crossroads The biggest dam in the distance is near to the dam. There are many parks around it. Among them are the lavish gardens and the musical fountain parked behind.