[Snapshots]: (PART-2/2) - Perfect example of an enchanting Temple Architecture

Shri Radha-Shyam Temple near Kacheguda Railway Station, Hyderabad, India

About the snapshot:

A few days ago, we published the 5th post in the newly started series here on BRICKS-n-MORTAR (tag-labeled as -  "SNAPSHOTS"). The title of the post was-- "Perfect example of an enchanting Temple Architecture and Photographic ecstasy" which showcased a beautiful Hindu Temple located near the Kacheguda railway station in the Indian city of Hyderabad.

The beauty of the image was the mesmerizing out-of-the-world whitish-silverish aura that the full moon embellished on the white colored medieval temple architecture on the otherwise pitch-dark night. The contrast between the resulting full moon rays showered on the temple against the dark sky background was like, as we stated in that post, like as if it symbolized victory of the Good over Evil.


Today's snapshot captures the same temple in almost the same picture angle, with the only difference that it is shot in the day time.

Who all of you, by the way, have seen this temple by yourself?

For quick reference, check out this snapshot we published a few days before here on this blog of the same temple in full moonlit night, with the full moon visible showering its eternal rays over the beautiful temple architecture.
Shri Radha-Shyam Temple near Kacheguda Railway Station, Hyderabad, India during a full moonlit night


Today's snapshot is from BRICKS-n-MORTAR 's own archives. 
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This being the 7th post in the newly started series here on BRICKS-n-MORTAR, tag-labeled as - "SNAPSHOTS". This series is being published here on this blog every Friday to start with. You may also send in some of your splendid photographs relating to our theme and may earn value points adding up to our ongoing BnM's blog promotion contest - 2010

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