Largest  Encyclopedia on India with Lakhs of Articles
Art & Culture Entertainment Health ReferenceSports SocietyTravel
Brahma Temple, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
Brahama Temple is one of the ancient temples of Khajuraho that is dedicated to four headed Lord Brahma. Located on the bank of river Khajur sagar or Ninora Tal, this ancient temple is made up of granite and sandstone which depict the age old architecture of Khajuraho Temples.
More Articles in Khajuraho Temples  (19)
Recently Updated Articles in Indian Temples
 Buddhist Cave Temples In India
Buddhist Cave Temples in India reflect the typical Buddhist mode of art and architecture. The Buddhist caves in India form an important part of Indian rock-cut architecture, and are among the most prolific examples of rock-cut architecture around the world.
 Temples of Odisha
Temples of Odisha have remarkable architectural construction and beauty and this state serves as a home to the famous Jagganath Temple and the great Lingaraja Temple.
 Yamunotri Temple
The Temple of Yamunotri is at the foothill of the Kalind Parvat at the left bank of the Yamuna at a height of 3,185 mtrs. It is a famous religious site of the Hindus as it included among the Chota Char Dhams.
 Temples in Bhubaneshwar
Temples in Bhubaneshwar offer the visiting tourists an unforgettable experience of its rich and glorious past.
 Panhalakaji Caves
Panhalakaji Caves are the Buddhist caves in western India depicting the Buddhist art and architecture of ancient era. The cave displays Bramhi and Devanagiri scripts dating back to the 10th or 11th century AD.
E-magazine
Subscribe to E-Magazine on Reference
Brahma Temple, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
Topics :   Art & Culture   |   Entertainment   |   Health   |   Reference   |   Sports   |   Society   |   Travel
Contact Us   |   Site Map
Follow Us : RSS Feed Follow On Facebook Follow on LinkedIn
E-MAGAZINE  e-magazine
Copyright © Jupiter Infomedia Ltd. All rights reserved including the right to reproduce the contents in whole or in part in any form or medium without the express written permission of Jupiter Infomedia Ltd.