Amazing photo and architecture !!!
Incredible and an awesome capture as always, JM! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
Are there superlatives to describe this? Wow! The world is full of beauty, even man-made beauty. [My couple shot was definitely taken in the Palace District, but perhaps not quite in Durbar Square... not sure how far that extends.]
Wow...truly lovely. I have once to these temples, and was totally mesmerized by it even as a kid...
Beautiful:)Greetings from Norway.Berit.
This is breathtaking, amazing piece of art!
Superbe vue, le plafond est très bizarre
Wow, incredible time this must have taken to carve these pillars!Don't know where this is, but my son just came back from 3 weeks in India - New Delhi was on his tour- was so excited about the Himalayans in the North.
Spectacular! It looks amazingly well preserved. I hope you took detailed pictures of the designs. They almost look like ivory carvings to me! What a find!
Ohmigosh, this is awesome. My jaw just dropped on the floor.
For some reason I cannot get enough of carved surfaces. This has a nice balance and elegance, but I think I'd like it even if it didn't. Were you on a staircase?
My goodness these carvings are amazing. I wonder how long all this took. It is totally India-looking. MB
I wonder how many years of work went into that?? Diane
Definitely amazing! WOW.
such beautiful craving. I bet the artisans wee not paid much at that time.
JM,amazing is right.You always take the most interesting photos,hope your having a wonderful week....Barb
Wow! What an amazing place!
São tantos detalhes, tudo é tão lindo, realmente é de deixar de boca aberta, de tirar o fôlego! :)Bravo!Léia
Indian architecture is always amazing
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