Vishnu, first half of the 9th century. Central Cambodia. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MG18860) | A series of single-cell brick sanctuary temples on Phnom Kulen built during the reign of Khmer king Jayavarman II are associated with a small corpus of important sculptures, including this Vishnu. Stylistically, it marks the moment of transition from the pre-Angkorian world to the beginnings of the Angkorian period. #LostKingdoms
Illavrita-varsha: At the bottom of Mount Meru is Illavrita-varsha, one of the residences of Lord Shiva. The scorching rays of the Sun do not reach here, and thus it remains always very cool and pleasant and surrounded by lush greenery. Naturally, the inhabitants of Illavrita-varsha are always very blissful and content.
Sahadeva defeated Cholas, Pandyas, Andhras and Cheras during his Dig Vijaya on the occasion of the Rajasuya yaga performed by Yudhistira. Balarama visited Parashurama in the South which was then called Chera Kingdom.
Great Wall of India– The Kumbalgarh Fort. This is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. There are 360 Hindu Temples within the fort complex, along with the Maharaja's Grand Palace, Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!