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Consider the following regarding Nagara style of temple architecture.
1. Antarala : pillared hall which lies in front of Garbhagriha
2) Mandapa : joins Garbhagriha and Antarala.
3) Pradakshinapatha: it is a gallery which surrounds Garbhagriha meant for Parikrama.
4) Ardhmandapa: lies next to mandapa.
Select the correct code:
1,2 and 3
3 and 4 only
2,3 and 4 only
d) 1 and 2 only
Explanation: Shikhara is a vital element of Hindu temples in both north and south India.
They are miniature temple towers placed one on top of the other.
Major elements of Hindu temple architecture are:
a) Grabhagriha : where the idol is placed
b) Mandapa: pillared hall which lies in front of Garbhagriha
c) Ardhmandapa: lies next to mandapa d) Antarala: joins Garbhagriha and Mandapa
e) Pradakshinapatha: it is a gallery which surrounds Garbhagriha meant for Parikrama.
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