Introduction to Dravidian Architecture
External Links on Dravidian Architecture
- Dravidian Temple Architecture
From T.V.Mahalingam, Professor of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Madras on Tamil Art & Architecture paper presented at Second International Conference Seminar of Tamil Studies, January 1968
- Dravidian architecture - From Wikipedia
Dravidian architecture, was a style of archietecture that emerged thousands of years ago in the Indian subcontinent. They consist primarily of pyramid shaped temples which are dependent on intricate carved stone in order to create a step design consi
- Temples of Tamilnadu
Thousands of temples with lofty towers dot the skyline of the entire state of Tamilnadu. The Tamils have been the greatest of temple builders.
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