Vyala (Yali)


Mark Cartwright
by Mkghosh06
published on 16 December 2016
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Vyala (Yali)

A vyala (yali), the decorative lion monster which decorates many Hindu temples. This example is from the Mahadeva temple, Khajuraho, India. 11th century CE.

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