Srikalahasti Temple is situated in Andhrapradesh and is popular for Vayu linga, one of the Panchabhoota Sthalams, representing wind. Constructed in the 12th century by the Chola king, Rajendra Chola, Vayu is incarnated as Lord Shiva and worshipped as Kalahasteeswara. This temple is is well know for Rahu kethu pujas. 

Khajuraho Group of Monuments

The Khajuraho Group of Monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is considered to be one of the "seven wonders" of India. The temples at Khajuraho were built during the Chandella dynasty, which reached its apogee between 950 and 1050. Only about 20 temples remain; they fall into three distinct groups and belong to two different religions – Hinduism and Jainism. They strike a perfect balance between architecture and sculpture. The Temple of Kandariya is decorated with a profusion of sculptures that are among the greatest masterpieces of Indian art.

Red stone sculpture found in Khajuraho temples and it belongs to 11 century. This staue is now situated in national museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. 
Enjoy some video taken by world heritage convection-
Source:  World heritage Convection and Wikipedia

Murdeshwara Temple

 Murudeshwara beach town lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea, in Karnataka. It is famous for World's second tallest statue of Lord Shiva. This temple is built on the Kanduka Hill.The entire temple and temple complex, including the 237.5-feet-tall Raja Gopura, is one among the tallest, was constructed to its present form by businessman and philanthropist R. N. Shetty. The statue is 123 feet (37 m) in height was built by Shivamogga's Kashinathand took about two years to build. 

 20-storied Gopura 
Murdeshwara Beach

Ellora Caves

Ellora, know as Verul, has been a place of pilgrimage since ancient times, The 34 Caves At Ellora were excavated over a period of 600 years- from the 5th century AD to the 11th century AD.
Extending in a linear arrangement, these excavations comprise Buddist Shrines and monasteries (Caves1-12) located at the south most end of the site the Hindu temples (Caves 13-29), occupying the central portion and the Jain temples (Caves 30,34) at the northernmost end. Ellora Caves is a World Heritage Site

Kailash temple

  painted panel showing the dancing Shiva from the Kailash Temple 

 The Cave 14 is locally know as Ravan ki Khai because of the sculpture of Ravana shaking the Kailasha a popular theme at Ellora. 

 The Buddhist "Carpenter's" cave 

Sattriya Dance

Sattriya Nritya, is one among eight principal classical Indian dance traditions. The Name Sattriya arrises from the word Sattra, Because till then the dance recitals were exclusively practiced within the compounds of a Sattra, A monastery like institution which was the epicenter of the Vaishanvite culture. Surrounded by cluster of houses for the inmates headed by a Sattradhikar, every Sattra has a majestic prayer house, called Namghar. Dance got national recognition when this art was brought out of the precincts of Sattra in late 1960s even though it was originally created circa 500 years ago.

Nartan Kala Niketan, one of premier institutes of Sattriya dance located in Guwahati city, Assam. The institue was established in the year 1987. Founder of this Guru Ramkrishna Talukdar came to Edinburgh to perform at Vedic Society of Edinburgh on 20th March 2012. All the dancers are really amazing, even the small kids with meaningful expressions told the story of lord Vishnu and his 10 incarnations. 

I would like to thank each and everyone who performed by name. Ramakrishna Talukdar, Rumi Talukdar, Mridusmita Das, Tusti Tanya Sahariya, Gunjan Talukdar, Pavleena Barman, Ankita Barman, Kashvi Kalita, Shabnam Borgoyari.