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Iconography Buddhist and Hindu

Iconography Buddhist and Hindu

Product ID: 9788173053139
Book Name: The Indian Buddhist Iconography
Author Name: Benoytosh Bhattacharyya
Price: USD 49.95
Description:

This volume is an attempt to present a comprehensive work on Buddhist iconography of India, and is mainly based on Sanskrit text prepared from seven recension

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Product ID: 9788173055157
Book Name: Naga in Indian Iconography and Art
Author Name: R.K. Sharma
Price: USD 130
Description:

Dr. R.K. Sharma (b. 1932), Professor and Head of the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology and Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Jabalpur (M.P.), retired in 1992. His contribution to the cause of Indian archaeology in general and archaeology of Madhya Pradesh in particular is widely acclaimed. His prestigious publications include: Madhya Pradesh evam Chhattisgarh ke Puratattva ka Sandarbh Granth (Bhopal, 1974, 2010); The Temple of Chausatha Yogini at Bheraghat (Delhi, 1978); Art of the Paramaras…

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Book Name: Elements of Hindu Iconography (4 Pts.)
Author Name: Gopinatha Rao
Price: USD 100
Description:

This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning and moral aims of Hindu images. The book is in two volumes, each volume

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Book Name: Elements of Hindu Iconography (4 Pts.)
Author Name: Gopinatha Rao
Price: USD 60
Description:

This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning and moral aims of Hindu images. The book is in two volumes, each volume

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Book Name: Dictionary of Buddhist iconography, 15 vols. (complete set) complete set)
Author Name: Lokesh Chadra
Price: USD 800
Description:

The dictionary of Buddhist Iconography is an endeavour of half a centruy to identify, classify, describe and delineate the bewildering variation in Buddhist icons, ever since the representation of the Buddha on a coin of the Kushan Emperor Kaniska. It is a continuation of the vast iconic materials and research that the authors father Prof. RaghuVira had conducted since the 1930s. Thousands of index cards, microfilms, photographs, painted scrolls, statues, woodcuts, line drawings, sketches in man

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