'Bombay. Built in the eighteenth century at immense cost this temple to the goddess Parvati, wife of Siva, crowns a hill to the South-west of Poona. Flights of the hillside give access to the temple', c1920. Parvati Temple rises on a hillock in the city of Pune, India. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Parvati, wife of Siva, and is made of blackstone. From Geographical Magazine, Volume 2, c1920.
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