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Hindu Temples
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with a single tower upon a sloping roof and a square cell (garbagriha) flanked by a perch on each side with three multicusped arches.
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Nov 1, 2010 The interior of the shrine contains a garba griha, a kind of sanctuary . which includes the pillared hall and the garbagriha.
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Hinduism Exterior designs of temples and mandirs; interior layout and furnishings of the main shrine (garba griha).
Redalyc. Visiting a Hindu Temple: A Description of a Subjective
the inner sanctum called the garbagriha, literally 'womb chamber'; and the tower built directly above the garbagriha. the garbagriha, relating to caves.

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Journey through Malnadu: Beautiful Chikmagalur and Exquisite Belur-Halebid
The 'Garbagriha' (sanctum) has image of Chenna Keshava, literally meaning the 'Beautiful Keshava' in Kannada language. The beautifully ornamented 6 ft.

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Heart of Hinduism: The Shrine
Glossary Terms. Garba-griha – the inner sanctum of the temple (Garba literally means "womb," and griha means "house"). A simple village shrine.
Garbhagriha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Garbhagriha or Garbha griha is the small unlit shrine of a Hindu temple.
File:Garbagriha Saluvankuppam temple.jpg - Wikipedia, the free
The Hindu Temple
In later Hindu temples the garbagriha is designed to resemble a cave. It is small and dark and the surfaces of the walls are unadorned and massive.
Durga Temple Garba Griha (BW), Aihole, Karnataka | Flickr - Photo
Mar 10, 2010 Durga Temple The Durga (Fort) Temple is notable for its semicircular apes, elevated plinth and the gallery that encircles the sanctum.

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