Narrow Streets, Holy Cows, Vedic Chants, Hara Hara Mahadev Recitings, Temple Bells, Crowded Ganga Ghats, Tourists, Boating in Ganges, are among few interesting aspects of Kashi or Varanasi, the world’s oldest city regarded as the most loving place for the supreme Lord Shiva.
Its known that the Indian temples are rich in history and architecture.
Be it pillars, stone carvings, among others, the Indian temple architecture is most spoken about and especially, the South Indian temples built during the Vijayanagar Empire hold high significance when it comes to art and architecture.
Among many others, one such significant aspect of South Indian temple architecture is ‘Musical Pillars’. The first name that strikes one’s mind in this matter is Sri Vittala Temple in Hampi, Karnataka State of South India. Continue reading “Indian Temples of Musical Pillars”