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View of Sundara Narayana temple looking up from the ghats below, Nasik

View of Sundara Narayana temple looking up from the ghats below, Nasik

Photographer: Unknown

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1875

Shelfmark: Photo 125/1(4)

Item number: 12514

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of a view of Sundara Narayana temple looking up from the ghats below in Nasik The Sundara Narayana Temple at Nasik was built in 1756 on the steep west bank of the Godavari river and it is reached by the long flight of steps of the bathing ghats. The outer walls are decorated with horizontal bands of mouldings. The curvilinear spire over the sanctuary is made of a clusters of miniatures spires. Inside the sanctuary there are three black stone images of Vishnu with consorts.

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