Posted: 08.12.2012
 
Udayagiri Cave 15 Udayagiri - Dhanaghara Gumpha - General View Udayagiri - Dhanaghara Gumpha - Pillared Facede Udayagiri - Dhanaghara Gumpha - The Varanda Udayagiri - Dhanaghara Gumpha - The Cell Floor Udayagiri - Dhanaghara Gumpha - Door Keeper Udayagiri - Dhanaghara Gumpha - Wall Decoration Source: IGNCA
Posted: 08.12.2012
 
Udayagiri Cave 10 Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Closer View Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - The Pillars Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Pillared Varanda Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Varanda Decoration Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Doorway Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Door Keeper Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Doorjamb Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - The Cell Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha - Inscription Udayagiri - Ganesa Gumpha -...
Posted: 08.12.2012
 
Udayagiri Apsidal Structure Udayagiri - Apsidal Structure - General View Laterite Apsidal Structure Post Holes Source: IGNCA
Posted: 02.12.2012
 
Udayagiri Cave 12 Udayagiri - Bagha Gumpha - Frontal View The Doorway Inscription Source: IGNCA Entrance view Source: Wikimedia
Posted: 02.12.2012
 
Udayagiri Cave 4 Udayagiri - Alakapuri Gumpha - Double storied Cave Ground Floor Entrance Pillared Varanda Pillared Varanda Relief Panel Relief Panel of Chaitya Worship Flying Gandharva Salabhanjika Suka-Sarika Elephant in Ropes Elephant in Royalty Pillared Capital Decoration Winged Animal Winged Animals Source: IGNCA
Posted: 02.12.2012
 
Udayagiri Cave 2 Udayagiri - Bajaghara Gumpha - The Facede Inner Cell Source: IGNCA Udayagiri Cave 2: Bajaghara Gumpha - Front from left Source: nbg90455's photostream
Posted: 20.04.2012
 
Archaeological Survey Of India The twin hills Udayagiri and Khandagiri (Lat. 20.16 N; Long. 85.47E) are located in the vicinity of Bhubaneswar town. The National Highway No.5 passes through the close proximity of the hills. These two hills represent one of the earliest groups of Jaina rock-cut architecture in eastern India in the field of architecture, art and religion. These caves were first brought to the...

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