Remarkably Old Architecture Design in India

Late Middle Ages (1100 AD - 1526 AD)

Hoysala architecture and Vijayanagara architecture of Late middle Ages, 1100 AD to 1526 AD is one of the most remarkable architecture till today. Vijayanagara Architecture of the period 1336 - 1565 AD was a notable building style evolved by the Vijayanagar Empire that ruled most of South India from their capital at Vijayanagara on the banks of the Tungabhadra River in present-day Karnataka. The architecture of the temples built during the reign of the Vijayanagara Empire had elements of political authority.

Hoysala building design is the different building style created under the guideline of the Hoysala Realm in the area generally known as Karnata accurately, Karnataka. The eleventh and the fourteenth hundreds of years huge and little sanctuaries assembled amid this period stay as an outline of the Hoysala compositional style, including the Chennakesava Sanctuary at Belur, the Hoysaleswara Sanctuary at Halebidu, and the Kesava Sanctuary at Somanathapura and a few more.
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