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Context: Recently, Union Culture Minister inaugurated Devayatanam, a one-of-a-kind conference on temple architecture of India, at Hampi, Karnataka.
The focus of the discussion will be on:
Furthermore, it is a step towards the initiation of a dialogue on the evolution and development of the various styles of temple architecture such as the Nagara, Vesara, Dravida, Kalinga, and others.
Indian Temples and their architecture
There are three main kinds of temple architecture in India: Nagara or the Northern Style, Dravida or the Southern style, and Vesara or the Mixed styles. Kailasa Temple, Maharashtra, Konark Sun Temple, Odisha, Virupaksha Temple, Karnataka are some of the many examples of prominent temple architectures in India.
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