Architecture Hoysala
Partie d'un temple Hoysala

L’architecture Hoysala (Kannada : ಹೊಯ್ಸಳ ವಾಸ್ತುಶಿಲ್ಪ) est le style architectural mis au point dans l'Empire Hoysala entre le XIe siècle et le XIVe siècle, dans la région connue aujourd'hui comme le Karnataka, un État de l'Inde. L'influence Hoysala était à son apogée au XIIIe siècle, quand ils ont dominé la région du sud du plateau du Deccan. De nombreux temples comme le temple de Chennakesava de Belur et le Temple de Hoysaleśvara de Halebid ont été construits au cours de cette période et restent des exemples majeurs du style architectural Hoysala.


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