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Say What?: Who's There? A Trip to Dashavatara Temple on a Roy...

Say What?: Who's There? A Trip to Dashavatara Temple on a Roy.

Vishnu on the Seshnag, the coiled serpent who represents infinity, with a frieze of the five Pandavas & Draupadi at the Dashavatara Temple at Deogarh.

This design is an example of texture, more specifically, haut relief. Haut relief is a sculpture that is carved into its background. The sculptures of the people are carved directly into the stone wall, which creates a texture called haut relief.

The 6th century late Gupta period Dashavatara temple Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh at sunset.

The century late Gupta period Dashavatara temple Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh at sunset.

Dashavatara Temple, India. Built in the Gupta Period (320 to c. 600 AD) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dashavatara_Temple,_Deogarh

General view of the Dashavatara Temple, Deogarh, Jhansi District -

Vishnu reclining on the World Serpent Dashavatara Temple, Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh 1942 Halftone Print

hinducosmos: “Vishnu reclining on the World Serpent Dashavatara Temple, Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh 1942 Halftone Print ” 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

Deogarh Dashavatara temple  http://www.bapuculturaltours.org/images/chanderi%20deogarh/P6250407.JPG

Deogarh Dashavatara temple http://www.bapuculturaltours.org/images/chanderi%20deogarh/P6250407.JPG

Dashavatara Temple - Carved Panel relief on the doorway of Dashavata Temple depicting Lakshmi flanked by Gada and Chakra ayudhapurushas (personified Vishnu's weapons) tending to Vishnu's feet.

Dashavatara Temple - Carved Panel relief on the doorway of Dashavata Temple depicting Lakshmi flanked by Gada and Chakra ayudhapurushas (personified Vishnu's weapons) tending to Vishnu's feet.

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