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Reel Name: Mulbagil -I Temple Art
Reel Notes: Anjaneya temple, paintings from Srinivasa temple, shiva parvati, lady in toilet, noble lady on a coach, monkey and the sanke,Shiva, Viman, Rama -Laxmana
Date of Exposure: September 05,1982

Lord Shiva and His Consort Parvati

Notice the presence of Nandi the bull between them

Mulabagilu Temple Sculpture

Sculpture from Anjaneya Temple, Mulbagal

At Rama's Hermitage

The Adhik Prasangi Monkey

Sculpture from Anjaneya Temple, Mulbagil

Sculpture, Mulbagal Temple
Killing of the Crane Demon
Krishna Kills Bakasura

Sculpture shows an episode from Bhagawata where child Krishna tearing apart the evil crane Bakasura.

Sculpture from Anjaneya Temple
Yashoda Gets Baby Krishna
Vasudeva Gives Away Boy Krishna to Yashoda

Painting from a temple in Mulabagil town

Woman Pleasuring Self (?)

Detail from Sculpted Pillar


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