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North-east view of Mahadevasvami Temple, Beypore, Calicut taluk, Malabar district

North-east view of Mahadevasvami Temple, Beypore, Calicut taluk, Malabar district

Photographer: Archaeological Survey of India

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1900

Shelfmark: Photo 1008/5(414)

Item number: 414

Length: 19.5

Width: 24.3

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of the north-east view of Mahadevasvami Temple, Beypore, Calicut taluk, Malabar district, taken by a photographer of the Archaeological Survey of India around 1900-1901.
In the second volume of his work 'Malabar' of 1887, William Logan wrote, "In Beypore amsam...there is also a Hindu temple containing sculptures and dedicated to Siva, Ganapati and Bhagavati with a laterite built tank and a Brahman feeding house. The temple is 180 by 138 feet."

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