The slides show art and sculptures in the temple before and after water-blasting work was carried out.

news Monday, September 07, 2015 - 18:08

A group of art students have found that repair and renovation work going on at the Nageshwaran temple in Kumbakonam has damaged rare art and sculpture in the temple. The students reportedly say that the work is happening without technical supervision. This comes just a week after the Madras High Court pulled up the TN government for poor maintenance of temples. The above slides have been obtained from heritage activist Aravind Venkitraman who has fighting for the preservation of ancient temples. The slides show art and sculptures in the temple before and after water-blasting work was carried out.

 

 

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