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Kesava Temple at Somanathapur

R. Narasimhachar

Kesava Temple at Somanathapur

by R. Narasimhachar

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Published by Govt. of Karnataka, Directorate of Archaeology & Museums in Karnataka in Mysore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kesava Temple (Somanathapur, India)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. Narasimhachar.
    SeriesKarnataka archaeological series ;, no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA6008.S64 N3 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 17 p., [12] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4075225M
    LC Control Number79900335

    Buy The Kesava Temple at Somanathapur by Ramanujapuram Narasimhacharya (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ramanujapuram Narasimhacharya. The Kesava temple at Somnathpur is one of the most famous Hoysala temples in Karnataka, the two others at Belur and Halebid being equally famous. The temple built in AD is considered an example of the fully evolved style of Hoysala architecture. It is situated in the middle of a courtyard surrounded by an open veranda, which contains 64 cells.

    But there is another temple KM from Bangalore and just 30 km from Mysore, in the small village of Somanathpur "The Kesava Temple" last temple of Hoysala kingdom. Not so popular, lesser known but equally beautiful (may be more) and highly ornamented temple. The present work on the Kesava temple at Somanathapur forms the first of the series, The illustrations have been prepared by Mr, T, Namassivayam Pillai, the Photographer and Draughtsman of my Office, My thanks are due to Mr, C. H. Yates, Superintendent, Government Press, for kind suggestions with regard to the get-up of the book and the.

      About Keshava Temple, Somanathapur Somanathapur the place, which was earlier under the rule of the Cholas, was conquered by Hoysala . Kesava Temple Somanathapur. Posted on February 6, Novem by Harshita Sahay. A recent trip took me to Somanathapur, which is located on the banks of river Kaveri, around 35 kms from the town of Mysuru. The place is home to one of the most significant temples built in the Hoysala style – the Chennakesava Temple. It was built in.


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The Chennakesava Temple, also referred to as Chennakeshava Temple, Keshava Temple or Kesava Temple, is a Vaishnava Hindu temple on the banks of River Kaveri at Somanathapura, Karnataka, temple was consecrated in CE by Somanatha Dandanayaka, a general of the Hoysala King Narasimha is located 38 kilometres (24 mi) east of Mysuru ation: Hinduism.

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Mysore: Govt. of Karnataka, Directorate of Archaeology & Museums in Karnataka, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Narasimhachar. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: English.

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The temple faces east and is situated in the middle of a courtyard. A pillared mandapa leads to three star-shaped sanctuaries which reflect the dedication of the temple to the three aspects of Vishnu under the form of the god Keshava.

This is a view looking down onto the main part of the Keshava Temple from the entrance gopura (east side). The construction of the temple was completed and consecrated in AD.

There is an Old Kannada inscription on a stone slab in the temple which gives all these details. Keshava Temple, Somanathapura – Architecture. The Keshava temple is built on a raised platform with an outer Pradakshina pathway.

Destroyed Chenna Kesava temple, somanathapur in mysore, karnataka - Hoysala Dynasty. South entrance, Chenna Kesava Temple, Belur - This photograph of the Chennakeshava Temple, Belur taken in the s by an unknown photographer, is from the Curzon Collection's 'Souvenir of Mysore Album'.This temple was built at the behest of the Hoysalan king Vishnuvardhana in AD.

Digital Rare Book: The Kesava Temple At Belur - Volume 1 By Ramanujapuram Narasimhachar First published in Volume 63 of Indian Historical Researches - Digital Rare Book: The Kesava Temple At Somanathapur - Volume 2 By Ramanujapuram Narasimhachar First published in Volume 64 of Indian Historical Researches - Internet Archive BookReader The Kesava Temple At Somanathapur Vol.

2 Internet Archive BookReader The Kesava Temple At Somanathapur Vol. Keshava Temple at Somanathapura (a.k.a Somanathpur, Somnathpur, Somanathapur), just 36 km from the historic Mysore city in Mysore district, Karnataka, is an excellent example of the spectacular Hoysala style of architecture.

Full of intricate sculptures; beautiful and ornate carvings, pillars, lintels and ceilings, this magnificent work of art is one of the few well preserved Hoysala monuments. - Buy V Sg Archtzological Series Mysore Archaeological Series in Architecture and Sculpture in Kesava the Kesava Temple at Somanathapur (Classic Reprint) book online at best prices in india on Read V Sg Archtzological Series Mysore Archaeological Series in Architecture and Sculpture in Kesava the Kesava Temple at Somanathapur (Classic Reprint) book Author: Praktana-Vimarsa-Vighakshana Praktana-Vimarsa-Vighakshana.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: T Dayananda Patel. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Historical and cultural study of the Kesava Temple, a fine specimen of the Hoysala style of architecture at Somanathapur. # Kesava Temple (Somanathapur, India). The Kesava Temple at Somanathapur Paperback – Janu by N.

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Narasimhacharya. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Narasimhachar, R. The Kesava Temple At Somanathapur Vol. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t0kt1vc6w. An inscription dated AD records that Somanatha Dandanayaka, an illustrious general of the Hoysala king Narasimha III, established an agrahara in Somanathapur and named it as Vidyanidhi Prasanna Somanathapura and consecrated the temple of Kesava.

The temple is the most ornate and perfect model of the Hoysala style of architecture. South entrance, Chenna Kesava Temple, Belur - Digital Rare Book: The Kesava Temple At Belur - Volume 1 Digital Rare Book: The Kesava Temple At Somanathapur - Volume 2 By Ramanujapuram Narasimhachar First published in Volume 64 of Indian Historical Researches -   Somanathapur Kesava Temple Janu Richard Brown Leave a comment Tucked away in the bucolic obscurity of the small village of Somanathapur only a few kilometers from Talakad is one of the most beautiful temples in all of India: the Kesava.

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Mysore, as disclosed by my Annual Eeports, has attracted considerable attention both in India and outside.