File:Profile of the vimana (sanctum outerwall and tower) of the Siddhesvara temple at Haveri 2.JPG

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English: The Siddhesvara temple (also spelt Siddesvara or Siddheswara) was consecrated during the rule of the Kalyani (Western) Chalukya king Vikramaditya VI in the late 11th century and completed in the 12th century. Haveri is a town in the Haveri district of the Karnataka state, India.
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