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Indian Temple Architecture: Form And Transformation
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Author : Adam Hardy
Publisher : Indira Gandhi National Centre For The Arts Abhinav Publications
ISBN# : 81-7017-312-4
Pages : 614
Price :INR 2000
Offer Price:INR 1780
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Book Description
Transformation of forms of Indian temples takes place through a dual profess time as well as space. These two patterns of transformation, through time and in space, reflect one another closely. Both are processes of emergence, expansion and proliferation, which simultaneously imply differentiation and fusion, growth from and dissolution into unity. One of the richest traditions of temple building that India has produced took shape in the 7th century A.D. centered in what is now the state of Karnataka, and lasted until the 13th. This was one of the two until the 13th. This was one of the two main branches of Dravida or southern temple architecture, giving rise to such famous temples as the virupaksa
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