Pattadakal temple History, Timings, Route Info
Pattadakal temple History
This temple is located on the banks of the River Mala Prabha which flows on the Eastern side. Temple is 24 km from Badami and can be reached from Badami by Road.
Pattadakal Temple List
From the inscriptions, it is known that this temple was built during the 7th and 8th Century AD. This temple was built by the Queen Lokamahadevi to commemorate the success of her husband, Vikramaditya II over the Kanchi rulers, Pallavas.
This temple was built by the Queen Trilokya Mahadevi, Second wife of Vikramaditya II during 7th and 8th Century AD. This temple was built to mark Chalukyas victory over Pallavas.
This temple was built during the 7th and 8th century AD. Temple was built in Nagara style which later modified to Dravidian style. Scenes from Ramayana and Mahabharata were carved on the walls of the temple.
This temple was built in Nagara style. Temple design reflects Hucchimalli Guddi Temple at Aihole
Kashi Visweshwara Temple
From the inscription, it is known that this temple was built at the beginning of 8th Century AD. This temple was built in the lines of Viswa Brahma Temple at Alampur. Temple architecture reflects Nagara Style.
From the inscriptions, It is known that this temple was built during 696 – 733 AD by the Chalukya King Vijayaditya. Temple architecture reflects the Dravidian construction style.
Kada Siddheswara Temple
Temple Timings: Sunrise to Sunset
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How to reach Pattadakal temple?
- The nearest airport is at Goa which is 295 km away.
- The nearest railway station is at Badami which is 24 km away
- The direct bus is available from Badami to Pattadakal.
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