It's really look heavy Rocky structure.You can get rest for some time in here.It make you feel enthusiastic if you know the history behind it's construction.
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The carvings can only be understood if either you are a history guy or you hire a guide. Without that you can not fully admire the beauty of this mandapam
This place has some old rock structures. Nice lawn and good place to enjoy indian architecture for a while
Exquisite bas-reliefs of Krishna, holding up Mt Goverdhan by just a finger. The gopis stand interspersed with regular village folk. A cowherd is milking his cow while, a woodcutter stands in the comforting embrace of Krishna's brother Balaram. The villagers seek protection under Mt Goverdhan,...More
Although the carvings in this little rock-cut temple can be appreciated on their own, it is a good idea to either research it first or have a guide to explain the carvings and the story of Shiva and Indra to you.
Granite temple which depicts Krishna lifting Govardhana Hill to protect the cattle & villagers from a storm sent by Indra. It is worth stopping to look at the detail of the carvings & the depictions of local people & their life.
This temple has been carved out of the solid granite and is impressive just for that. I don't know or understand the background to why they did this, but the work involved must have been considerable and of course it was in the 7th and...More
Krishna Mandapam is the first monument which one encounters if one comes from the Shore Temple towards Arjuna's Penance and Krishna's Butter Ball. It is well-worth a good 20 minutes of one's time. The mandapam contains beautiful carvings, representing the life of Lord Krishna. Of...More
To the south of Arjuna’s penance is Krishna Mandap which we visited . The principal scene shows Krishna lifting Gowardha mountain to protect the female and male cowherds from the storm raised by Indra . Krishna is shown supporting the mountain on his left palm...More
Pancha Pandava rathas, arjuna's penance, butterball and this one are a group of monuments situated next to each other. This one is also good. But at this point i felt like i should've readed about this place's history a bit.