UNESCO World Heritage - Brihadishvara Temple

Sapio Analytics

After the initiation of preservation of paintings on the UNESCO world heritage site, Ajanta Caves, more restored artworks from ancient India, signifying a new tradition of art that gave birth to modern beliefs, are being preserved. This second deposit from Sapio Analytics contained the earliest surviving paintings of the Hindu faith, restored from Badami caves temples in Karnataka (India), and ancient paintings from the mysterious and elegant Brihadeesvara temple in Tamil Nadu (India). The Badami cave temples are a complex of Hindu and Jain cave temples located in Badami, a town in the Bagalkot district in northern part of Karnataka. The caves are important examples of Indian rock-cut architecture. The Brihadishvara Temple, is a Shaivite Hindu temple built in a Chola architectural style located on the south bank of the Cauvery River in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India

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