Which among the following example of the 12th century Chalukyan Temple Art is an exception to the standard rule in chalukyan constructions that faces west, instead of facing the rising sun in the east?
[A] Doddabasappa Temple, Dambal, Karnataka
[B] Siddhesvara Temple, Haveri, Karnataka
[C] Chandramouleshwara Temple, Hubli Dharwad, Karnataka
[D] Someshwara temple , Gadag, Karnataka

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