Vimana (Tamil:விமானம்) is a term for the tower above the Garbhagriha or Sanctum sanctorum in a Hindu temple. ==Architecture== A typical Hindu temple in Dravidian style may have multiple gopurams, typically constructed into multiple walls in tiers around the main shrine. The temple`s walls are typica
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Vimāna (विमान) is a word with several meanings ranging from temple or palace to mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit epics. ==Etymology and usage== Sanskrit vi-māna literally means "measuring out, traversing" or "having been measured out". It can refer to (ref Monier-Williams): ==In Sanskrit literature== ===Vedas=== T...
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==Story== In an unnamed galaxy, the inhabitants of an alien planet fought a long and horrific war caused by an accumulation of worldwide social and political insanity that resulted in the most sane and industrious of the world populous to leave the planet entirely. Now living in space colonies, the exiles are still accosted by
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