|Home › Destinations › Maharashtra › Nasik › Attractions › Naroshankara Temple|
|Travel Guide||Attractions||Map||How to reach||Weather||Hotels||
No photo available!
An 18th century temple dedicated to Lord Sankara, Naroshankara temple is popularly called as the Ganga of Southern India. This temple was constructed by Naroshankar Rajebahaddur in 1747. Its main attraction here is the unique Mayan style architecture, which is a classic example of the 18th century structural design. The stunning sculptural works on the exterior exhibits strings of intricate designs.
Each section displays some sort of ornamental & elaborate lacework, intricate peacocks wearing blob garlands, statues of saints in Padmasana and an assembly of animals. These elegant designs illustrate the rich lineage of Hinduism, which includes not only human beings but also the entire universe. Other conspicuous formations, which are worth watching include the Naroshankar Bell and Barasati.
|Comments (0)||Questions (1)||Reviews (0)|
|What people are searching for|
vineyards in nasik,
nashik tu ujjain train,
wineries in nasik,
how to reach nasik,
muktidham in nasik,
how to reach bhimashankar from nasik,
map of nasik,
nasik city map,
temperature of nasik,
ahmedabad to nasik train,
how to reach nasik from ahmedabad,
mumbai to nasik by road,
bangalore to nasik train,
vineyard in nasik,