Heritage specialists amazed at sculptures of Panagal temples
Nalgonda: Deccan Heritage Foundation (DHF) founder Helen Philon on Monday stated she and also her staff member doubted the spectacular elegance of the Pachala Someswara holy place with its impressive art and also style.
Helen and also 9 others standing for the American Friends of DHF checked out the just one of its kind holy place in Telangana situated at Pangal on the borders of Nalgonda city developed of green lava rock therefore called as Pachchalasomeswara and also really felt the demand of recovering it to its previous splendor.
Noted excavator and also CEO, Pleach India Foundation Dr E Sivanagireddy described them the background of the Cholas of Kandur that began ruling from Pangal as independent leaders and also as secondary to the Chalukyas of Kalyana and also the Kakatiyas of Warangal in between 11th and also 13th centuries. Pachchalasomeswara holy place facility having 4 independent temples, 3 straight and also one on contrary side linked to an usual Maha Mandapa was developed by Udayana Chola- II (1136-76 CE) in a completely a brand-new design with an admixture of the Rashtrakuta and also Chalukyas of Kalyana style, he included
The individuality of the holy place hinges on its elaborately sculpted sculptures of pets, climbers, geometric pattern and also magnificent numbers on cellar, wall surfaces, particular niches, door structures, columns and also ceilings showing the scenes from Ramayana, Mahabharata and also Bhagavata besides modern way of living, he described.
He educated that the heritage specialists that the holy place functioned as a genuine gallery for the general public in sharing expertise as well as additionally served as a centre of society and also practices of Telangana for the previous 850 years.
The group has a close take a look at the dropped rocks of the holy places piled in the yard.
Later, they additionally checked out the Chaya Someswara holy place recognized for its one-of-a-kind for its color drops on the Sivalinga throughout the day via a method of converging the color of 2 columns of the Arthamandapa of the holy place in which the color is discovered on the behind wall surface.
Sarathchandra, Member Executive Team, DHF India, Elena Werner, Trustee,American Friends of DHF and also Prof Molly Aitken, City College of New York joined the see.