The Palitana Temples of Jainism on Mount Satrunjaya, Palitana, Gujarat India.
Late 16th or 17th century Indian temple hanging (pechhavai) via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Ajanta Caves, India
These caves date back as early as 200 BC, and are known for their beautiful stonework, paintings, and architecture. It is said that they were abandoned in the 7th century AD when Buddhism began declining all over India. The caves are some of the oldest known Buddhist temples and shrines and are still considered sacred. All interior spaces and architectural design, as well as statues and stonework on the walls were created by chiseling away at and removing rock from the mountainside. Engineers today have no explanation as to how it was cut from the 70 foot high granite cliff over 2000 years ago.
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Detail of the Qutab Minar (1192-1236), Delhi India, the tallest minaret in India.
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The Aged Mullah, Farrukh Beg, c.1615. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper (India, Jahangir Period).
Three Women at Chitragupta Temple at Khajuraho, India by Howard Goldberg
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