Mandapa


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Mandapa

In Indian architecture, a large porch-like hall leading to a Hindu temple and used for religious dancing and music.

mandapa

A large, open porch or hall of a Hindu temple.
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Tusker 'Raju' of Balangoda carried the casket to the temple and it was received by the Commander Security Forces - Jaffna and placed at the Mandapa.
The Daniells had opened up the mandapa that enclosed Nandi to allow for greater visibility.
The reserve in Mandapa in Bali is the Company's last reserve, which is in a Jungle of Bali with a river nearby.
3) The structure and positioning of large, open pillared halls erected on the axial entrances to Jayavarman's central sanctuaries recall the Indian mandapa design of colonnade and sculptural pillars set in large temple compounds.
More intriguing is the mosque he finds when visiting it, constructed from an earlier mandapa.
Morley standing under the mandapa in Wood Carving Gallery of the museum, Dr S.
For instance, it shows images - among others - of architects and engineers discussing the construction of the NM building, Pt Nehru and NM Director-General Grace M Morley standing under the Mandapa in Wood Carving Gallery of the museum and the 1970 inauguration of NM's In-Service Museology Training Programme.
Mandapa will be Ritz-Carlton's third global Reserve property and it's second in Asia, following Phulay Bay.
We have back-to-back openings planned in Bali for later this year -- The Ritz-Carlton, Bali and Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton reserve in Ubud, Bali, mark our return to the island.
In this spectacular landscape context, however, on a wooded hillside overlooking Andhra Lake, the architect saw a way to save resources and make the most of nature's own enclosure, with the woodland forming the pillared hall or mandapa, described by Padora as 'a room, with trees becoming walls and the sky becoming its roof.
About 50 cm wide additional support has been provided for the mandapa and garbhagriha.