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Detail of a relief with the Samudra Manthan, early Chalukya Dynasty (c.733

Detail of a relief with the Samudra Manthan, early Chalukya Dynasty (c.733

Open mantapa (hall) in Kalleshvara temple at Bagali 1 - Western Chalukya architecture - Wikipedia

Open mantapa (hall) in Kalleshvara temple at Bagali 1 - Western Chalukya architecture - Wikipedia

Parvati temple at Krauncha Giri near Sandur, Ballary district - Badami Chalukya architecture - Wikipedia

Parvati temple at Krauncha Giri near Sandur, Ballary district - Badami Chalukya architecture - Wikipedia

Chalukyan sculptures found in Badami Posted by TANNArchaeoHeritage, Archaeology, Asia, Breakingnews, India, South Asia 8:00 PM Rare sculptures dating back to the Chalukya dynasty found in cave in the historic town of Badami in Bagalkot district are evoking a lot of interest among tourists and experts alike.

Chalukyan sculptures found in Badami Posted by TANNArchaeoHeritage, Archaeology, Asia, Breakingnews, India, South Asia 8:00 PM Rare sculptures dating back to the Chalukya dynasty found in cave in the historic town of Badami in Bagalkot district are evoking a lot of interest among tourists and experts alike.

Travel to the Land of the Chalukya Dynasty, Gadag

Travel to the Land of the Chalukya Dynasty, Gadag

Pattadakal : Pattadakal (place for Chalukyas Coronation), the capital of the Chalukya dynasty of Karnataka in Southern India, who built the temples in the 7th and 8th centuries. There are ten temples including a Jain sanctuary surrounded by numerous small shrines and plinths. Four temples were built in Chalukya Dravidian style, four in Nagara style of Northern India and the Papanatha temple in mixed style.                                                           (Deepika)

Pattadakal : Pattadakal (place for Chalukyas Coronation), the capital of the Chalukya dynasty of Karnataka in Southern India, who built the temples in the 7th and 8th centuries. There are ten temples including a Jain sanctuary surrounded by numerous small shrines and plinths. Four temples were built in Chalukya Dravidian style, four in Nagara style of Northern India and the Papanatha temple in mixed style. (Deepika)

750: the Gurjara-Pratiharas rule the north of India  750: the Palas rule eastern India  753: the Rashtrakutas, a Chalukya dynasty, expand from the Deccan into south and central India  757: the capital of the Chalukyan kingdom is moved from Badami to Pattadakal

750: the Gurjara-Pratiharas rule the north of India 750: the Palas rule eastern India 753: the Rashtrakutas, a Chalukya dynasty, expand from the Deccan into south and central India 757: the capital of the Chalukyan kingdom is moved from Badami to Pattadakal

Chalukya Dynasty

Chalukya Dynasty

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