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Leaning Temple Of Shiva ,Huma


The leaning tower of Pisa was built in 1173 AD, extending for 199 years.

A leaning temple of Lord Shiva is on the banks of the River Mahanadi in Odisha.

The leaning temple of Huma. Situated at the ba... The leaning temple of Huma. Situated at the banks of river Mahanadi. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The temple was rebuilt in the year by King Baliar Singh (1660-1690 A.D.), the fifth Chauhan king of Sambalpur. The rest of the temples were built during the rule of King Ajit Singh (1766-1788 A.D.) of Sambalpur.

Date of the original building is not known.

“The temple is positioned on the rocky cradle just on the bank of the river Mahanadi. The basis of leaning cannot be assumed to be the technical flaws at the time of construction. It is also not easily acceptable that weak foundation might have caused leaning attitude of the temple. In fact, construction of temple is quite…

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