@instarchitects / Chand Baori is a stepwell situated in the village of Abhaneri in the Indian state of Rajasthan. consists of 3,500 narrow steps over 13 stories. It extends approximately 30 m (100 ft) into the ground making it one of the deepest and largest stepwells in India. captured by @doyoutravelpresets & @gypsea_lust#india
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Good Morning, Bengaluru!😀 Well, technically it's Gandikota. But yeah, whatever!
Dandeshwar temple at Aartola, Uttarakhand. The diffused sunlight, filtering through the cedar canopy, imbued the old stones with a visual softness that I have seen but rarely. 7th to 12th century.
Situated in a himalayan valley, by a bend in a small mountain river and set against the backdrop of a majestic, old growth Deodar (Himalayan Cedar) forest, are the Dandeshwar and Jageshwar group of temples. The setting of the place was still magical two decades ago but the mystical atmosphere is long gone; now hemmed-in by cheap lodges and parked taxis. The price of popularity.
The Shyama-Raya Temple at Bishnupur, West Bengal. First of the group that I saw and one of the prettiest. The best example of the "Pancha Ratna" model, it's terracotta decorations are remarkable for both their beauty and the range of tales from the Indian Epics that they depict. Mid 17th Century.
Detail of terracotta cladding on the front facade of the Madan Mohan Temple at Bishnupur, West Bengal. This temple was built to enshrine the tutelary diety of the Malla dynasty, the builders of the Bishnupur group of terracotta temples. 17th century.
Bishnupur, West Bengal. 12/2013.
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Detail from the shikhar of the Madan Mohan Temple in Vrindavan, India. The shrine was closed for the afternoon, so while I didn't get a glimpse of the deity, I instead got the time to see the details outside. Clad in red sandstone, 16th Century.