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Travel photographs from the Veerbhadra Temple of Lepakshi that is known for its decorated pillars, its semblance to the Hampi Vittala temple and for its Seven faced Naga that protects the Shiva Linga.
Carving on the pillar of Veerbhadra Temple, Lepakshi, Andhra PradeshRelaxing amidst the beautifully carved pillars of Veerbhadra Temple, Lepakshi, Andhra PradeshColorful sarees liven up the monotones of Lepakshi Temple, Andhra PradeshThe temple at Lepakshi bears a striking resemblance to the Vittala temple of HampiThe coils of the Lepakshi Naga and the color tones of the South Indian SareeWhat a corridor to walk by - Veerbhadra Temple, LepakshiThe famous decorated pillars of Veerbhadra Temple, Lepakshi, Andhra PradeshPosing amidst the iconic pillars of Lepakshi Temple, Andhra PradeshThe gorgeous pillars of Veerbhadra Temple, Lepakshi, Andhra PradeshMythological creatures adorn the pillars of Lepakshi Temple, Andhra PradeshMaha Vishnu statue carved on the pillars of Lepakshi templeTemple corridor of Lepakshi Temple, Andhra Pradesh

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