These are the example of pillars belonging the Drabida or south Indian temple architecture, as it is completely different from other two types of Indian temple architecture. Mostly these columns are monolithic and made of nearest available stones with fine carvings of different sculpture or ornamental as well as decorative patterns.
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batalay (33441) 2012-10-11 15:12
Two years ago while visiting Chandigarh, I thought I saw the same piece. But I imagine there are variations in many archaeological and anthropological museums of this statue. It is nicely composed with a second work in the background.