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Temple in the south-east of the Adishvara (or Vimalavasi) Tuk and porch of the Pundarika Shrine, Satrunjaya

Temple in the south-east of the Adishvara (or Vimalavasi) Tuk and porch of the Pundarika Shrine, Satrunjaya

Photographer: Lyon, Edmund David

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1868

Shelfmark: Photo 1000/19(2025)

Item number: 1000192025

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of the street of temples in the Vimalavasi Tuk, looking westwards from Bhulavani in Satrunjaya. Lyon wrote: "Immediately after passing Kumarpal's temples...is the Elephants gate so called from the large portraits of that animal painted in the brightest of colours on both sides of the doorway; entering this a steep flight of steps will be seen and on the top of these is the curious two storied porch of Pundarik shown on the left of this view. It forms the entrance to the Square of Adina[t]h in the S.E. corner of which is situated the other temple also represented on the right of this same photograph.''

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