‪Maladevi Temple‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Maladevi Temple‬, ‪Gyaraspur‬


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S. Singh
الهند5,488 مساهمة
نوفمبر 2020
‪Proper Jungle side way with narrow road . car, jeeps, bike are easily approach the way of downside stairs near by temple.

Tickets - Not applicable

Must have- Proper grip shoes, water bottle, Hat or umbrella .
No food or fast-food available there.

Some long downside area /stairs there so it may be difficult to handicap tourist.

Gyaraspur is a small village located about 35 km from Vidisha in Madhya Pradesh. 'Maladevi temple' situated on the edge of a cliff. . A gradual descent by steps brought us to the temple. The nature of construction of this temple is hybrid, being partly carved out of rock and partly structural. The temple is carved to perfection and the balconies seen on the sides of the mandapa are an interesting feature. The temple consists of entrance porch, a hall & sanctum surrounded by a Pradakshinapatha. The sanctum is crowned with a sikhara. Though at present there are Jain images in shrine a figure of a goddess occupying the dedicatory block on the outer doorframe and other decorative sculptures indicates that the temple was dedicated to Adinath. There are a few sculptures of Jain tirthankaras kept inside the sanctum of the temple. This temple was built in the 9-10th century AD by Partihara kings.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 مايو 2021
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Neeraj S
مساهمتيْن
العائلة • فبراير 2021
‪Amazing place...... It is an experience beyond words ..... Wonder why we keep epitomising the 2/3 monuments that everyone knows and miss out the precious jewels of our proud History .... This is a 9 th century Jain/ Hindu temple carved on side of a rock face and overlooking the beautiful Valley .... A must see..... Highly recommended ..... Car goes right up-to the temple ...... Just a km detour from the highway ...... Enjoy‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 فبراير 2021
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Susheel T
‪Jacksonville‬, فلوريدا4 مساهمات
زوجان • ديسمبر 2018
‪Just chanced upon to see the temple of the beaten path. Thoroughly enjoyed whatever remains of what once was a great Temple. Classic 9th century architecture with beautiful views. Very intricate carvings to remind us of the glory that India once was.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 ديسمبر 2018
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Dilip S
‪Vadodara‬, الهند1,122 مساهمة
زوجان • نوفمبر 2013
‪This Pratihar period ( 9th Century ) partly rock cut and partly structured temple is constructed on eastern slope of the hill . This original Hindu later converted into jain temple is a richly carved magnificient edifice comprising an entrance porch , a sancum and is surrounded by a dark and inaccessible ambulatory .

The left jamb of the main door is guarded by Jay alongwith Ganga , accompanied by an umbrella holding attendant , standing on a crocodile . There is a hooded naga shown between Ganga and Jay , suggesting the flowing river .

On the right jamb of the main door , Yamuna standing on a tortoise with an attendant holding a parasol over her head and a naga between her and Vijay are shown .

In the central niche of the lintel of the main door , there is Vaishnavi mounted on Garuda .

Out of the four Jina images only Shantinath , having a deer carved below the feet , is identified . Garuda, attendant yaksha of Jina is shown on left and Nirvani, attendant yakshini of Jina, is shown on right.

There are projected intricately carved balconies on outer sides of the temple walls .

There is an intact panel having Ambika on leftmost side, shown with a baby and a Jina on right most side. Yakshini Chakresvari riding over Garuda, flanked by two attendants on either side is shown between Ambika and Jina .

There is an interesting image of a Goddess carrying chakra, khadga, khetaka and padma. An elephant, her mount, is shown beneath her feet .

We also enjoyed the beautifull lush green landscape from the top of the hill .‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 ديسمبر 2013
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thonburi
Bhopal90 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • يونيو 2013
‪On our way to a small village we passed Gyaraspur. The village of a population of 2.500 people was an important place around 1100 years ago with several temples of interesting architecture. Only Maladevi Temple was not destroyed by intruders in Middle Age, because of its remote location 1,5 km away from village on top of a hill. Nowadays the (Jain) Temple is called a monument of important Indian history. We spent there an hour and noticed the fine stone carvings and the fragile architectural structure. The Temple is defenitely worth visiing.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 يونيو 2013
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