Avantipur temple, located almost 30 kilometers southeast of the capital of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar, is a mute gesture of the empire of Hindu. The temple was built by King Avantivarman who established the Utpala Afghan breach in the valley that graveled the way for the vast Persian culture.
... Avantipur was endowed by the king Avantivarman who regime from 855 - 883 AD. The place consists of two temples. The larger one, Shiva-Avantishvara, is known by the massive walls which are half a mile below the town on the periphery of the village Jaubror. The holy place is located at the hand corner of the lawn. But over the years, the place has lost its beauty and has been decreased to ashes, though it is still explored by the visitors.
The temples here have groups of figures of both genders who get engaged in drinking, making love, and many such things. The sculptured maintenience are principally erects on the walls of the entrance and the flank walls of the stairs. Apparently, it is not only the plain wall area but also covered with a thin layer of lime plaster, on which the addition of color shows the more small details of decoration.
Q. What Avantipur temple is popular for?
Ans. Avantipur temple is popular for its architecture and constructions.
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