Author: geophia


Signature villas in a gated community, overlooking an acre of landscaped gardens, stone clad walkways, gazebo, sitting and recreational spaces for that intimate living experience of being one with Mother Nature. Three plus bedroom villas of 2400 sq ft built up area, each with its own independent walled compound, designed in two floors with balconies and fitted with all modern amenities, swimming pool, club house, health club and the works.


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Indian Temple Architecture

Indian Temple Architecture

Hindu temple architecture has many varieties of style, though the basic nature of the Hindu temple remains the same, with the essential feature an inner sanctum, the garbha grihaor womb-chamber, where the primary Murtior the image of a deity is housed in a simple bare cell.Almost all Indian art has been religious, and almost all forms of artistic tradition have been deeply conservative. The Hindu temple developed over two thousand years and its architectural evolution took place within the boundaries of strict models derived solely from religious considerations.Hindu temple architecture reflects a synthesis of arts, the ideals of dharma, beliefs, values and the way of life cherished under Hinduism. The temple is a place forTirtha- pilgrimage.All the cosmic elements that create and celebrate life in Hindu pantheon, are present in a Hindu temple – from fire to water, from images of nature to deities, from the feminine to the masculine, from kamato artha , from the fleeting sounds and incense smells to Purusha – the eternal nothingness yet universality – is part of a Hindu temple architecture.A number of architectural texts known as the Shilpashastras were written in early medieval times. These refer to three major styles of temple architecture, Nagara, Dravida, and Vesara. The

  • Nagara style is associated with the land between the Himalayas and Vindhyas.
  • Dravida style with the land between the Krishna and Kaveri rivers,
  • Vesara style is sometimes associated with the area between the Vindhyas and the Krishna river
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How can be a good architect?

An Good Architect

Study physics, maths, and drawing, Study well these subjects and maths are very important to architecture. One reason why certain architects are step above the rest is because they have mastered the art of drawing. It’s really rare to find an architect who can draw and portray their work really well. Obviously, most things are done on the computer now, so you need to have a really good understanding of Auto CAD. Above all, you need to be original and unique in your ideas. Yes drawing is important but the thing which is more important is IMAGINATION.

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NJN Metro


This project Affordable Luxury homes at prominent locations of Kochi… Homes that made with utmost care… Projects with limited units… ensuring basic necessities. 2 & 3 Apartments in Kakkanad. Ready to Occupy….

Project Type: Apartment/Flat
Area: 900 – 1000 Sqft
Location: Near Kakkanad – Thuthiiyoor Bus route
Starting Price: ₹37 Lakhs

Contact: 9747434308

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Traditional Kerala Houses….

Kerala style of architecture is unique in India, in its striking contrast to Dravidian architecture which is normally practiced in other parts of South India. The architecture of Kerala has been influenced by Dravidian and Indian Vedic architectural science (Vaastu Shashtra) over two millennium. The architectural style has evolved from Kerala’s peculiar climate and long history of influences of its major maritime trading partners like Chinese, Arabs and Europeans.

Traditional style homes combine practicality and accessibility with a classic look. Traditional houses of Kerala build with the based on the principle of Thatchu shashtra (Science of carpentry) and Vaasthu shashtra (science of architecture and construction). Normally houses were constructed facing the east and locally available materials.

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