Sikhara


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Sikhara

The spire or tower over the shrine of an Indian temple.

sikhara, sikra

Pyramidal or curvilinear towerlike upper structure of a Hindu temple.
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1) Nagara shrines which feature the curving sikhara rising to the crowning ribbed (amalaka) finial developed five types, one of which is the Shekhari (multispired) type.
The temple, which might have been plunged by the attack most brobably from outsiders, indicates the northern Indian sikhara styled (i.
Tenders are invited for NID-143 Restoration to Devi Right Bank near Sikhara Sluice for 2017-18
59) 'having learnt/experienced' jari jari tatahi bhasama sa(m)ghata (98) 'having been burnt (into ashes)' era kahi sundari digha nisasahi murchiti harala geana (105) 'having said/uttered' sundari radha abae bani (112) 'having become/adorned as' se rasa suni nagara vara nari (120) 'listening to' A few instances of -e affixation are also evident in the text: bala kae kharatara nakhara sikhara sano motima banahi bithara (13) 'having added extra energy/force' adhara sudha dae punahi jiabae punu niramada kae teja (13) 'having offered the ambrosia of lips' 'having made impotent' kara kamkana pana kae sukhabandhana sikhae bhujaga-guru pase (40) 'taking an oath' sithi banae badhaha punu kacari (65) 'having parted the hair' dhae dhaela giridharaka vasane (74) 'having run'
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