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International Journal Of Language, Literature And Culture(IJLLC)

Temple Art of Badoli

Lokesh Gunjal


International Journal of Language, Literature and Culture (IJLLC), Vol-2,Issue-1, January - February 2022, Pages 20-23, 10.22161/ijllc.2.1.6

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Article Info: Received: 16 Dec 2021, Received in revised form: 01 Feb 2022, Accepted: 09 Feb 2022, Available online: 18 Feb 2022

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At present, the existence of Bundi, which comes under Hadoti, did not exist in the pre-medieval period. In the beginning, the tradition of building temples started in the deserted forest-groves away from the place of residence and later in the middle of the settlements. For the purpose of peace, things of philosophy and religion were included in it. In the beginning, the sun, air, tree, moon, earth have been worshipped, but by establishing an idol in the temple in the form of a symbol, the work of establishing them in the form of human body started being done from the Gupta period. We get evidence of the worship of these sacred symbols from prehistoric times as well.

sanctum, Panchayatan style, Pashupat Sampadraya.

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