Bull and Elephant Composite, Vittala Temple, Hampi

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Ruchi L
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published on 28 December 2019

Composite bull and elephant stone sculpture at Vittala Temple, Hampi, India. Carved between 1300 - 1500 CE, this sculpture has a bull on the left and an elephant on the right with a single representation of the head.

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