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shiva-linga within a kirtimukha (feline face, oft used for 'nazar na lage' concept) prabhavali (halo)
The seated lion, and several lions are perhaps a motif representing great wealth. There is little evidence to show that lions actually roamed in namma Bengaluru, as the adjoining forest areas (Bannerughatta, Anekal etc.) is typically tiger-country. This may also explain why Bengaluru temples have rather ugly-looking lions. The sculptors may never have seen a lion ever O.o They may have heard of them, or seen them in a painting from elsewhere.
Scenes between a human and big feline is a symbol of great courage in Ancient India. The Hoysala Dynasty even adopted it as their main insignia. Often, stories of the greatest rulers of a dynasty is associated with usch images.
abhisheka (anointment) of Shiva-linga
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