Time: 3:30 pm
Venue: IGNCA Seminar Hall, Bengaluru
Today’s Aihoḷe is an overgrown village in Bhagalkat District of Karnataka. Originally known as Ayyavola or Aryapur, it was the capital of Calukyan dynasty through 6th to the 8th century AD. The oldest flat roofed Lad Khan temple, the flat roofed Kontagudi temple, dedicated to Śiva, the apsidal Durga temple, the northern style Śikhara temples of Huchimalli Gudi and Hucchappayya, the Meguti Jaina temple, seated on a hill, show the eclectic confluence of sectarian and aesthetic traditions at Aihole.
Director : Shri R.Bharathadri | Duration: 34 minutes, 12 seconds
Contact : 080-23212320/56 (Regional Centre, Bengaluru)