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Very interesting architecture

It's interesting 7th century temple where the structure of the temple imitates the wooden houses... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Sarayu K
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Mumbai, India
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A good must see monument in Aihole which preserved well.

It is a shiva temple The location of all monuments are preserved well but the approach from... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2017
parusharouthud
,
Hyderabad, India
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Aihole, Badami, India
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It's interesting 7th century temple where the structure of the temple imitates the wooden houses. There are stone structures that look like wooden logs on the roof. There is a unique couple, on one of the pillars, where the face of the woman is that...More

Thank Sarayu K
Reviewed 23 October 2017

It is a shiva temple The location of all monuments are preserved well but the approach from Pattadkal temples to Aihole is wirst. The authorities must take interest in improving approach road . All monuments are well preserved with out the diet in their vicinity.It...More

Thank parusharouthud
Reviewed 4 July 2017

This is one of the temples in Pattadakal temple complex. This is small but interesting structure with stone carvings

Thank Jalaramaaih V
Reviewed 9 February 2017

This is one of the temples in the group of temples which have been preserved very well and a park has been created. Good experience. Involves quite a bit of walking. Winter days would be good for visit. All the temples in the complex have...More

Thank Ishani1957
Reviewed 30 January 2017

This temple is not in badami but in Alihole. A village best accessed by own vehicle as public transport is at best infrequent. Temples are scattered across the place and very beautiful.

Thank Koushlendra Y
Reviewed 8 January 2017

The Aihole group of temple are one of the finest representation of temple architecture in India. Spread over th

Thank Raj2554
Reviewed 27 November 2016

Named after the Muslim family that used to stay here before the whole area was converted into a preserved site. This is an average size temple without as many carvings as the nearby Mallikarjuna and Veerupaksha temple. But one can see the bowls carved into...More

Thank The_Junkie
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Really fainted on seeing this very very very remote and not easily accessible village, then how and why they built these 175 structures around 6 kilometers of this village. Its not at all possible to see all structures unless you are a history student. Sad...More

Thank shrprakash
Reviewed 4 October 2016

this is where they made prototypes of the temples and then went on to build amazing one at Pattadakal, Hampi etc. The roads are little small; its best to travel by private vehicle.

Thank Preetal
Reviewed 4 September 2016

This is within the Aihiole complex and you will certainly not miss this during your visit. Some britisher recorded in his gazette that it was lad khans house ( he was staying in this abandoned place) and since then it is called as Lad Khan...More

Thank TapanBagwe
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