- Stolen Almora idol back home after 50 years
- Residents of Almora in Uttrakhand are rejoicing as the idol of Lord Lakulisha, an avatar of Shiva, stolen in the late 1960s from the famous Jageshwar Temple, has returned.
- 9th century idol returns to Jageshwar on World Heritage Week
- ALMORA: A 9th century stone statue of Lakulisha - the last incarnation of lord Shiva - found its way back to Jageshwar temple complex in Almora district on the first day of the nationwide World Heritage Week on Wednesday.
- Chiselled to perfection
- Standing images of the god, sometimes as Lakulisha, holding an axe and ornamented with a snake are also seen. The Sangameshwara Temple at Mahakuta and the Jambulinga Temple at Pattadakal, however, have standing Shiva figures with clearly ...
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