817-463199 - Ancient Temples of Kalachuri period. Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh, India. Constructed by Kalachuri Maharaja Karnadeva between 1042 and 1072 AD. These temples are situated just at the back of the Narmadakund towards the south.
755-7 - Durbar Square at dawn with Garuda statue on column facing Krishna Mandir temple built in 1637 in Indian style, with twin roofed pagoda style Jagannarayan temple behind, Patan, Kathmandu Valley, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nepal, Asia
755-38 - Buildings in Durbar Square, from the left, Hari Shankar Mandir, statue of Yoganarendra Malla on pillar, shikhara style temple, two pagoda roofed temples the right hand unlit one being the Jagan Naryan Mandir, the shikhara style Krishna Mandir, column topped by Garuda, the Bishwanath Mandir and on the extreme right the Patan Museum in the Old Royal Palace, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Patan, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, Asia
755-47 - Durbar Square containing from the left, the Bishwanath Mandir, Garuda statue on stone column, Patan museum in the old Royal Palace, Degu Talle and the Jagan Naryan Mandir, Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia
755-44 - Foggy dawn in Durbar Square, containing elephant statues at the foot of the Bishwanath Mandir, and steps to drinking water tap of Manga Hiti, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Patan, Kathmandu, Nepall, Asia
755-39 - Durbar Square at dawn, including a statue of King Yoganendra Malla on top of a stone column, the Royal Palace, now the Patan Museum, and the brick base of the Hari Shankar Mandir, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia