Preserving ancient temples in India

Published on May 20th, 2009 | by Admin


Preservation efforts are underway to preserve 72 temples found in Jharkhand, India.

The temples don’t have any particular architectural style but constitute certain patterns and styles integrated from various regions of eastern India.

“Some of the temples have architectural style similar to Bengal and Birbhum patterns. But, by and large, the temples of Maluti have their own unique and exclusive architecture,” said Surendra Jha, a history scholar.

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