Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Nandi at Lepakshi

Nandi at Lepakshi, originally uploaded by Saurav Pandey.

Via Flickr:
Nandi bull made out of a single granite stone. At 27ft in length and 15ft in height, it is a colossal structure, reputedly India’s biggest monolithic Nandi. Besides the record size, the perfectly proportioned body, finely-carved ornaments, and smooth contours add to its grandeur and make it a popular photo-op with visitors.

Lepakshi - An important historical and archeological town in Andhra Pradesh, India. The temple and architecture is an excellent specimen of Vijayanagar architecture.

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