Welcome to Kiranah 2017 Store. You will find the following categories of pictures on the store:
- Kiranah 2017 Exhibition – Pictures on display at the exhibition venues
- Vismaya 2017 Collection – Additional pictures not printed but available for ordering
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Rs.26,000.00There is no parallel to these anywhere in the world. The marvellous architecture and stupendous craftsmanship seen in Belur and Halebid temples cannot be described in words and has rightfully been referred to by many authors as "poetry in stone". One of the true aspects to the beauty of these temples is the manner in which the corners have been sculpted. There are many images at Belur and Halebidu where two shapes merge into one corner, a unique architectural marvel. In this picture at Helebidu Hoysaleshwara Temple, you see Yalis (mythical creatures with the head of lion and the body of elephant seen in most South Indian temples) lined up on either side of the corner.OUT OF STOCKV17-PANO-AB01Rs.26,000.00OUT OF STOCKSuccessfully Added to your Shopping CartAdding to Cart...
Rs.26,000.00No animal demonstrates as much confidence in the jungle as the Elephant. Very few animals would even dare to challenge the Tuskers, let alone human beings. When it has a family to protect, the Tusker assumes a threatening pose to anyone who appears to be bothering it. Made use of the jungle road in BR Hills to take the focus on to the tusker. The jungle all around the Tusker adds the required ambience.
Rs.26,000.00Hogenakal Falls is a waterfall in South India on the river Kaveri. The word Hogenakal is formed of two Kannada words hoge and kal. When the water falls on the rocks it appears as if hoge (smoke) is emanating from the top of the kal (rock) because of the force of the water, hence Hogenakkal (smoking rocks). With its fame for medicinal baths and hide boat rides, it is a major site of tourist attraction. At Hogenakkal, the Kaveri river drops and creates numerous waterfalls as the water cuts through the rocky terrain. This beautiful scenario was captured during the month of September soon after the monsoon season and plenty of water roaring through the rocks.