Badami Chalukya

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History of North Karnataka - Chalukyas
... Chalukya rule is important in the development of architecture known as Karnata Dravida ... Hundreds of monuments built by the Chalukyas are found in the Malaprabha river basin (mainly in Aihole, Badami, Pattadakal and Mahakuta, in Karnataka) ... The Badami Chalukya dynasty was established by Pulakesi I in 543 Vatapi (Badami) was the capital ...
Chalukya Dynasty - Architecture
... See also Badami Chalukya Architecture, Western Chalukya architecture, Pattadakal, Badami Cave Temples, and Aihole The Badami Chalukya era was an important period in the development of ... in a relatively small area within the Chalukyan heartland – Aihole, Badami, Pattadakal and Mahakuta in modern Karnataka state ... Buddhist which is incomplete), followed by four developed cave temples at Badami (of which cave 3, a Vaishnava temple, is dated accurately to 578 CE) ...
Pattadakal - Groups of Monuments
... oldest temple in Pattadakal, built by Chalukya King Vijayaditya Satyashraya ( 696-733), it has no sukanasika ... Kashivisvanatha Temple Kasivisvesvara temple was the last to be built in early Chalukya style ... Jain Temple Jain Temple located on the Pattadakal-Badami Road, is built in the Dravidian style by the Rashtrakutas of Manyakheta ...