Hindu Temple Architecture – Set #3

by Vinaya HS on October 23, 2006

in The Bangalore Blog,The Mumbai Blog,Travel

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The final set in the Hindu Temple Architecture series. It’s been fun using a new tool called FotoTagger (www.fototagger.com) that annotates all your photographs. Give it a spin – you’ll like it. FotoTagger can export tagged images to your Flickr, LiveJournal, or Blogger account. Unfortunately, because of the method I use to publish images on this blog, you won’t be able to see my annotations here. You could always check out my Flickr.com account to get an idea of how tagging works. I spent a lot of time tagging these images only to reach an “Aaaarghh…” moment in the end.

Hope you had fun with this series. It’s been my first as well.

Lord Shiva (Lalaata Tilaka)

Kaayavarohan, Baroda

Lord Kubera

Kaayavarohan, Baroda

Lord Vinayaka (Ganesha)

Kaayavarohan, Baroda

Dharmaraja and Lord Agni

Kaayavarohan, Baroda

Lord Indra

Kaayavarohan, Baroda

Lord Nataraja

Kaayavarohan, Baroda




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