Western Chalukya temples

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Some famous temples built by the Western Chalukyas, referred to as the "Later Chalukya art" that flourished in and around the Tungabhadra River districts of modern Karnataka state, India, are included in the table below.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Famous Western Chalukya temples in Karnataka (973–1200)
Name Location District Period
Bhutanatha Badami Bagalkot 11th century
Mallikarjuna group Badami Bagalkot 11th century
Yellamma Badami Bagalkot 11th century
Amrtesvara Annigeri Dharwad 1050 C.E.
Jain Lakkundi Gadag 11th century
Kasivisvesvara Lakkundi Gadag 1086 C.E.
Nannesvara Lakkundi Gadag 11th century
Muktesvara Chavudayyadanapura Haveri 12th century
Siddhesvara Haveri Haveri 11th century
Tarakesvara Hangal Haveri 12th century
Ganapati Hangal Haveri 12th century
Galageshwara Galaganatha Haveri 11th century
Sarweshwara Naregal Haveri 11th century
Parsvanatha Shravanabelagola Hassan 1083 C.E.
Arvattukhamba Bankapura Haveri 1091 C.E.
Shambulinga Kundgol Dharwad 11th century
Santesvara Tilavalli Haveri 12th century
Kaithabesvara Kubatur Shimoga 1100 C.E.
Trimurtinarayana Bandalike Shimoga 1160 C.E.
Mahadeva Itagi Koppal 1112 C.E.
Mallikarjuna Kuruvatti Bellary 11th century
Bhimeshvara Nilagunda Davangere 1075-1100 C.E.
Kallesvara Bagali Davangere 986 C.E.
Kedareshvara Balligavi Shimoga 1060 C.E.
Tripurantakesvara Balligavi Shimoga 1070 C.E.
Gandabherundesvara Balligavi Shimoga 1060 C.E.
Trikutesvara & Sarasvati Gadag Gadag 1070 C.E.
Dodda Basappa Dambal Gadag 12th century
Chandramaulesvara Unkal Dharwad 11th century
Jod-Kalasa Gudi Sudi Gadag 1060 C.E.
Mallikarjuna Sudi Gadag 1030 C.E.
Kumbhesvara Lakkundi Gadag 11th century
Naganatha Lakkundi Gadag 11th century
Manikesvara Lakkundi Gadag 11th century
Basavesvara Basavana Bagevadi Bijapur 1050 C.E.
Somesvara Lakshmeshvar Gadag 12th century
Kallesvara Hirehadagali Bellary 1057 C.E.
Kadambesvara Rattihalli Haveri 12th century
Kamalanarayana Degaon Belgaum 12th century
Dattatreya Chattarki Bijapur 12th century
Kallesvara Huvvinahadagalli Bellary 12th century
Kallesvara Ambali Bellary 1083 C.E.
Mahadeva Jalsingi Bidar 12th century

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Foekema (2003), p91
  2. ^ Cousens (1926), pp77–132
  3. ^ Hardy(1995), pp317-348
  4. ^ Gunther, Michael D 2002. "Monuments of India - V". Retrieved 2006-11-10. 
  5. ^ Kamat. "Temples of Karnataka". Timeless Theater - Karnataka. Kamat's Potpourri,. Retrieved 2007-12-20. 
  6. ^ "Monuments of Bangalore Circle, Archaeological Survey of India". Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Retrieved 2012-05-22. 

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