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- an example of Hemadpanthi architecture
Hemadpanti Sculpture (also spelled as Hemadpanthi) is an architectural style, named after its founder, the prime minister Hemadpant (1259-1274 CE) of the court of Seuna Yadavas of Devagiri.
Example of Hemadpant Architecture.
This building style was formed during the 13th Century in
Maharashtra, and incorporated black stone and limestone, which were readily available. It also got the status of World Heritage Site.
Gondeshwar temple, Sinnar  Hembadpanti Mahadev Mandir Sakegaon, Sakegaon, Chikhali, Buldhana
Markanda Mahadev, Chamorshi
Bhagwant Temple, Barshi
Aundha Nagnath Temple
Vitthal Temple, Pandharpur - but little early work remains. There is also a small temple of Shri. Vitthal, which is as old as the main Vitthal Mandir, in Isbavi area of Pandharpur known as Wakhari Va Korti Devalayas and also known as Visava mandir. Palasnath Mandir,
Indapur, Pune, now partially submerged in back waters
Bhimashankar Mandir Nagra Temple,
Gondia Yamai Mandir, Mahalung, near
Akluj Narsimha Mandir,
Partur, near Aurangabad Shri Mallikarjun Mandir,
Achaler Mankeshwar temple, Zodage, Tal. Malegaon, Dist. Nashik, Maharashtra, India.