Huchimalli Gudi, Aihole

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Huchimalli Gudi is referred to a group of temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu. Established during the 7th century, it is deemed to be one of the ancient temples of Aihole and should be visited by all tourists passing through Aihole. Lattices are present on the exterior walls of sanctum, which has a rekhanagara tower (made in northern style of architecture) and a pradakshinapatha. Reflecting the changes in the temple plan, an ante-chamber or ardhamantapa is also attached to the main temple, which adds to the beauty of the site. It is the first temple to have a shukanasa or vestibule. To the north of Huchimalli Gudi is a small temple that has been assigned to 11th century.

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