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Badavilinga Temple is a wonderful temple in Hampi dedicated to Lord Shiva. Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Linga in this temple.The Badavilinga Temple in Hampi has the largest monolithic Shiva Linga. The Shiva Linga has a three eye mark drawn on it in line carving. The three eye mark depicts the three eyes of Lord Shiva.
The beautiful Linga is made of black stone. It has a height of 3 meters. It is believed that the temple has been in existence since the period of the Vijayanagara Empire. Devotees come here from far and near to worship the Shiva Linga.
The name Badavilinga is a combination of two words – Badva and Linga. In the local language Badva means poor and Linga represents Shiva. Legend has it that the Shiva Linga placed inside the temple was commissioned by a poverty-stricken peasant woman. Hence the temple came to be known as Badavilinga Temple.! The huge Shiva Linga of the Badavilinga Temple is situated inside a small stone chamber. There is a single opening in front of the chamber through which devotees can get in. An interesting thing to note about the design of the stone chamber is that it has no ceiling. During the day time, sunlight enters through the opening in the ceiling and floods the Shiva Linga with light.
The Shiva Linga has a large pedestal that is circular in shape. It is the yone pitha of the Shiva Linga. This circular pedestal draws into an outlet, also known as pranala. The pedestal of the Shiva Linga stands on a bed of water. This is due to the fact that the shrine always remains filled with water as a water channel flows through it.
According to devotees, the base of the Shiva Lingam is submerged in water as it depicts the arrival of the holy river Ganges on earth and its flow is controlled by Lord Shiva.
The Badavilinga Temple is a shrine that has not escaped the destruction that had befallen Hampi several centuries ago. However, the good part is that the Shiva Linga stands intact even today. The inner walls of the shrine, surrounding the Shiva Linga, have also escaped any severe damage. ✨👁🕉🌀🏯🙏
Painting Max's base colours layer by layer!.🖌 I’ve finally finished a Christmas commission that I haven't been able to share with you yet! Now I am back to painting Max, Cotton and starting a new project! Can't wait to share more with you guys ❤️ #trekell
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Tesoro: 👉 Sarcofagi dei Tetnies ❤️ / 360 a.C.
Artista: 🇮🇹 Etrusco, sconosciuto
Luogo:📍 #Boston - Museum of Fine Arts
Tag: 🔑 #tesori_italiani
Segui: 🖼@tesori_italiani⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹 🇮🇹 I Sarcofagi dei Tetnies sono due Sarcofagi #etruschi provenienti dalla #tomba della famiglia Tetnies nella necropoli di Vulci, scoperti nel 1840 ed oggi al Museum of Fine Arts di Boston. Le iscrizioni sulle bare rivelano i nomi dei genitori in un sarcofago, del figlio e la moglie nell'altro. Entrambe le coppie (i genitori alla maniera realista etrusca, il figlio barbuto e la sposa più idealizzati alla maniera greca) sono caratterizzate da un amorevole abbraccio raffigurato sul coperchio, simbolo della grande partecipazione delle donne etrusche nella società. L'intimità di queste coppie tuttavia, il loro guardarsi negli occhi e la loro nudità intraviste sotto le coperte dei letti matrimoniali, sono senza precedenti; segno evidente della volontà di entrambe le coppie di rimanere abbracciati per l’eternità.
🇬🇧 The Sarcophagi of the Tetnies are two Etruscan sarcophagi from the Tetnies family #tomb in the #Vulci#necropolis, discovered in 1840 and now housed m at the #Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The inscriptions on the coffins reveal the names of the parents in a sarcophagus, and the son and his wife in the other. Both couples (the parents in the #Etruscan realist fashion, the bearded son and bride in the more idealised #Greek fashion) are depicted in loving embrace on the lid, symbol of the great participation of Etruscan women in society. This high intimacy, however, the looking in the eyes and the nudity seen through the bed sheets of the double beds, are unprecedented and is a clear sign of the desire of both couples to remain embraced for eternity. 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹 ⠀ 🏛Aiutaci a far conoscere il nostro Patrimonio🏛
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Opal tears?! 😮🤔
Since my day is full of dental appointments for myself and my husband let's talk teeth, specifically #HaroldHodge and his false teeth.
Harold Hodges came to Lightning Ridge in the 1950’s and opened the first motel (the Tram-O-Tel). He's remembered as a tough man and a tougher opal buyer. Harold would have been just another part of a larger colorful history made up of many men working the Ridge, however Hodges was elevated to legendary status because of one striking feature...his spectacular opal denture.
They were made by a dental surgeon and inset with an assortment of opals.
His fame grew when he decided to cement the denture to his favorite pub's wall. It would seem that after years of hearing “Smile Hodgie” he had had enough.
The denture was taken back by his wife a few years later and it was left to one of his friends when he died. The teeth were then donated to the Australian Opal Centre where they are on display today.
Remember to take care of those teeth unless you're hoping to have a colorful smile yourself!