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Navagunjara in Orissan Painting

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Navagunjara in Orissan Painting
Fantastic Animal Navagunjara
The artist has integrated body parts of nine animals into one.
Example of Patta painting, Orissa

See also:
Temples of Orissa, Orissa - History and Culture, The Lingaraja Temple of Bhubaneshwar, Wheel of the Sun Temple in Konark

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