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The Archaeological Survey of India brings out a variety of publications since its inception, both annual and special with subject matters ranging from archaeological researches in excavations, explorations, conservation,special with subject matters ranging from The Archaeological Survey of India brings out a variety of publications since its inception, both annual and special with subject matters ranging from archaeological researches in excavations, explorations, conservation,special with subject matters ranging from The Archaeological Survey of India brings out a variety of publications since its inception, both annual and special with subject matters ranging from archaeological researches in excavations, explorations, conservation,special with subject matters ranging fromThe Archaeological Survey of India brings out a variety of publications since its inception, both annual and special with subject matters ranging from archaeological researches in excavations, explorations, conservation,special with subject matters ranging fromThe Archaeological Survey of India brings out a variety of publications since its inception, both annual and special with subject matters ranging from archaeological researches in excavations, explorations, conservation,special with subject matters ranging from
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  Aihole
  Aihole situated on the bank of the river Malaprabha it is an old village and place of great architectural interest containing several temples within fort and many more in the open fields outside. In all, there are more than hundred temples at Aihole built in different periods ranging from the Badami Chalukyas to the Rashtrakutas of Malkhed and the Chalukyas of Kalyani. The place is aptly called the cradle of the South Indian Architecture.
 

 
  Badami
  Badami was the capital of the early Western Chalukyas (Vatapi – adhistana) who ruled from this place during 6th – 8th cent. A.D. Even during the succeeding centuries, right up to the beginning of 19th century it was an important politically strategic place forming part of the dominions of many later dynasties. A number of religious and defence structures were built during these periods at Badami.
 

 
  Bijapur
  Bijapur known with ancient name ‘Vijayapuri’ (City of Victory) is was the capital of the Adil- Shahi who ruled from A.D. 1489 to A.D. 1686 A number of religious, secular and defence structures built during the Adil-Shahi period are located in and around Bijapur. The town originally constructed by the King Adilshahi.
 

   
 
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