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gopuram

In Indian architecture, a monumental gateway tower to a Hindu temple, usually highly decorative. See also: Gate

gopuram

In Hindu architecture, a tall monumental gateway.
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Each of the seven concentric walls has four gopurams in the cardinal directions, decreasing in size towards the sacred vortex.
Floyd, depicts the gopurams or towers of the South-Indian temples as miniaturized details, framed by the leafy boughs of trees that overshadow the scene, thereby signifying that all aesthetic activity in India transpires within the overarching and dominant presence of Nature.
Tenders are invited for repainting and other improvement works for both footpath gopurams of srivarimettu & alipiri foot paths for the year 2015-16
Spread over 60,000 sq mts, comprising 12 gopurams, exquisite pillars, carvings, sculptures depicting various stories and incidents from the Puranas and epics, intriguing ceiling art, and a stunning edifice called the 1,000 Pillar Hall, it is a mesmerising place full of assorted sounds and myriad colours.
Tenders are invited for providing sand blasting to stone structures gopurams to rudra gundam at sri mahanandeeswara swamy devasthanam, mahanandhi in kurnool district