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Hullabeed, The Great Temple. Portion of South-west Front of Antechamber of Southern Vimana.

 

Photographed by: Andrew Charles Brisbane Neill.
Photograph Size: 34x26cm. Sheet Size: 53x33cm. Photograph with a close view of a portion of the façade of the Hoysaleshwara Temple at Halebid in Karnataka, taken by William Henry Pigou in c. 1855, from 'Architecture in Dharwar and Mysore'. Halebid, a small town in the Hassan district, was once the capital of the Hoysala dynasty of the southern Deccan which flourished from the 12th to the 14th century.

 
 
 
$725
 
 
 
 
 
 


Temple At Belloor. Detached Building in the Court.

 

Photographed by: Andrew Charles Brisbane Neill.
Photograph Size: 34.5x26cm. Sheet Size: 53x33cm. Photograph of the Chennakeshava Temple at Belur in Karnataka, taken by Andrew Charles Brisbane Neill in c.1855, from 'Architecture in Dharwar and Mysore'. Belur, a small town on the banks of the Yagachi river in Hassan district, was once the capital of the Hoysala dynasty, which ruled the southern Deccan from the 12th to 14th century. The Chennakeshava temple, dedicated to Vishnu, was begun in 1117 AD by Bittiga (Vishnuvardhana) who ruled approximately from 1106-1142, to celebrate his victory over the Cholas to the south and independence from the Chalukyas to the north.

 
 
 
$725
 
 
 
 
 
 


Beejanuggur. Lateral Gateway of a Temple.

 

Photographed by: William Henry Pigou.
Photograph Size: 37.5x28cm. Sheet Size: 53x33cm. Photograph of a temple tower of the Virupaksha Temple, at Vijayanagara in Karnataka, taken by William Henry Pigou in c.1857, from 'Architecture in Dharwar and Mysore'.

 
 
 
$725
 
 
 
 
 
 


Hullabeed, General View from the North-East.

 

Photographed by: William Henry Pigou.
Photograph Size: 39x28.5cm. Sheet Size: 53x33cm. Photograph with a general view from the north-east of the Hoysaleshwara Temple at Halebid in Karnataka, taken by William Henry Pigou in c. 1855, from 'Architecture in Dharwar and Mysore'. Halebid (ancient Dwarasamudra), a small town in the Hassan district, was once the capital of the Hoysala dynasty of the southern Deccan which flourished from the 12th to the 14th century. Invasions by armies of the Delhi Sultanate led to its decline by the mid-14th century.

 
 
 
$725
 
 
 
 
 
 


Syud Alumís Mosque, from the South.

Photographed by: Thomas Biggs from Antiquities of Ahemdabad, 1860s.
Photograph Size: 13.5x18.5 cm. Sheet Size: 21x16.5cm.

 
 
 
$315
 
 
 
 
 
 


The Shapoor Mosque, niche from the base of the Southern Minaret

Photographed by: Thomas Biggs from Antiquities of Ahemdabad, 1860s.
Photograph Size: 13.5x18.5 cm. Sheet Size: 21x16.5cm.

 
 
 
$315
 
 
 
 
 
 


Dada Huree Well at Asarwa, Cupolas over the Staircases.

Photographed by: Thomas Biggs from Antiquities of Ahemdabad.
Photograph Size: 13.5x18.5 cm. Sheet Size: 21x16.5cm.

 
 
 
$155
 
 
 
 
 
 


Gateway of the Swamee Narayen Palace.

Photographed by: Thomas Biggs from Antiquities of Ahemdabad.
Photograph Size: 13.5x18.5 cm. Sheet Size: 21x16.5cm.

 
 
 
$405
 
 
 
 
 
 


Syud Alum Mosque, The centre Arch.

Photographed by: Thomas Biggs from Antiquities of Ahemdabad.
Photograph Size: 13.5x18.5 cm. Sheet Size: 21x16.5cm.

 
 
 
$315
 
 
 
 
 
 


Vamana Temple, from N.E. Khajuraho

 

Photographed by: Raja Deen Dayal. Photograph Size: 14.5x18cm

 
 
 
$565
 
 
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