The Grammar of Jina Iconography II [Part 15]

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The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 13/14. 2000, pp. 273-337.


 

§ 12. Bibliography

 

A. Ancient Texts

 

Ka

Ka“ stands for the (unpublished?) Kanarese manuscript (text) on which Jas. Burgess' (Alexander Rea's) document of the YY was based. The descriptions are not identical with those of the Pratiṣṭhāsāroddhāra. Hingorani Di: 9; Glasenapp Jn: 532-533; Ramachandran Ti: 196. - Digambara.

Nirvāṇakalikā

Pādalipta's Nirvāṇakalikā (“ca. 11th cent.“: § 4). M.B. Jhaverī, Pādaliptācārya-ktā Nirvāakalikā. Bombay 1926. - Śvetāmbara.

Paryuṣaṇā Kalpasūtra

See Jacobi Ka. - Śvetāmbara.

Pratiṣṭhāsāroddhāra

Āśādhara's Pratiṣṭhāsāroddhāra. See Hingorani Di: 9. “saṃvat 1285“ (§ 4). Published by Manohar Shastri Malik. Bombay saṃvat 1974. - Digambara.

Rūpamaṇḍana

See Hingorani Rū. - Śvetāmbara.

Trilokaprajñapti

Yativṛṣabha's Trilokaprajñapti. Date not known. A.N. Upadhye et al., Jadivasaha's Tiloya-Paṇṇattī. Part I (2nd ed.) Sholapur 1956. Part II Sholapur 1951. See Upadhye Ti. - Digambara.

 

B. Modern Works

 

Asher La

F.M. Asher, An Image at Lakhi Serai and Its Implications. Artibus Asiae 59,3/4.2000: 296-302.

Balbir Sa

N. Balbir, An Investigation of Textual Sources on the samavasaraṇa. N. Balbir and J.K. Bautze (eds.), Festschrift Klaus Bruhn. Reinbek 1994: 67-103.

Banerjea Ic

J.N.Banerjea. The Development of Hindu Iconography. Second edition. University of Calcutta 1956.

Barrett De

D. Barrett, A Jain Bronze from the Deccan. Oriental Art 5.1959: 162-165.

Bautze-Picron Ea

Cl. Bautze-Picron, The Art of Eastern India in the Collection of the Museum für Indische Kunst, Berlin. Berlin 1998.

Bautze-Picron Gr

Cl. Bautze-Picron, Le culte de la grande déesse au Bihar méridional du VIIe au XIIe siècle. Supplemento n. 72 agli ANNALI, vol. 52 (1992), fasc. 3.

Bautze-Picron Id

Cl. Bautze-Picron, “Identification“ or “Classification“ in Buddhist iconography: the case of the six-handed Avalokiteśvara images in Bihar and Bengal, 8th to 12th century. A.L. Dallapiccola et al. (eds.), Shastric Traditions in Indian Arts. Vol. I: Texts. Vol. II: References and Documentation. Stuttgart 1989: 35-50.

Bautze-Picron La

Cl. Bautze-Picron, Lakhi Sarai, An Indian Site of Late Buddhist Iconography and Its Position within the Asian Buddhist World. Silk Road Art and Archaeology 2.1991/92: 239-284.

Bautze-Picron Sy

Cl. Bautze-Picron, The 'Stele' in Bihar and Bengal, 8th to 12th Centuries - Symmetry and Composition. K.R. van Koou and E.M. Raven (eds.), Panels of the VIIth World Sanskrit Conference [Leiden 1987], Vol. X Indian Art and Archaeology. E.J. Brill 1992: 3-34.

Bhattacharya Jn

B.C. Bhattacharya, The Jaina Iconography. Second revised edition. Delhi 1974.

Bhattacharya Na

G. Bhattacharya, Nandin and Vṛṣabha. ZDMG Supplement 3, 2. 19. Deutscher Orientalistentag... 1975. Wiesbaden 1977: 1545-1567.

Bhattacharyya Ga

A.K. Bhattacharyya, A Study on the Iconography of Gaṇeśa. Kalyan Bharati 2.1998: 36-40.

Bhattacharyya Pa

K. Bhattacharyya et al., Jain Sculptures at Pakbirra. Jain Journal 20.4 (April 1986): 127-175.

Bruhn Āc

K. Bruhn, The Ācārya Motif at Deogarh. G. Bhattacharya (ed.), Deyadharma (D.C. Sircar Comm.Vol.). Delhi 1986: 179-87.

Bruhn An

K. Bruhn , The Analysis of Jina Images. Berliner lndologische Studien 2.1986: 133-174.

Bruhn Ar

K. Bruhn, Archive of Photographs from Central India taken in 1954-1957 and 1963. 12 Vols, (unpublished).

Bruhn Ch

K. Bruhn , Jain Tīrthas in Madhyadesha. 2. Chandpur. Jain Yug, April 1959. Bombay: 67-70.

Bruhn Gr I

K. Bruhn , The Grammar of Jina Iconography I. Berliner Indologische Studien 8.1995: 229-283.

Bruhn Gr III/IV

Continuation of Bruhn Gr II.

Bruhn Gw

K. Bruhn , The Jaina Art of Gwalior and Deogarh. Titze Jn: 101-118.

Bruhn Id

K. Bruhn , The Identification of Jina Images. Berliner Indologische Studien 1.1985: 149-75.

Bruhn

K. Bruhn , The Concept of māna (Pride) in Jaina Dogmatics. R. Smet and K. Watanabe (eds.), Jain Studies in Honour of Jozef Deleu. Tokyo 1993: 163-206. [See our p. 278 supra.]

Bruhn Se II

K. Bruhn , Sectional Studies in Jainology II. Berliner Indologische Studien 7.1993: 9-58. [See our p. 278 supra.]

Burgess An

Jas. Burgess, The Ancient Monuments, Temples and Sculptures of India. Parts I-II. London 1897.

Burgess Di

Jas. Burgess, Digambara Jaina Iconography. Indian Antiquary 32.1903: 459-464.

Chandra Al

Pramod Chandra, Stone Sculptures in the Allahabad Museum. American Institute of Indian Studies, Publication No. 2. (1970).

Chandra Pr

Moti Chandra, Stone Sculpture in the Prince of Wales Museum. Bombay 1974.

Chandra We

Moti Chandra, Jain Miniature Paintings from Western India. Ahmedabad 1949.

Coomaraswamy Ya

A.K. Coomaraswamy, Yakṣas. Part II. Washington 1931.

Cort Ga

J.E.Cort, Absences and Transformations. Ganesh in the Shvetambar Jain Tradition. P. Pal (ed.), Ganesh the Benevolent. Bombay. Mārg Publications 1995: 81-94.

Deleu Ji

J. Deleu, Die Mythologie des Jinismus. H.W. Haussig et al. (eds.), Götter und Mythen des indischen Subkontinents. Stuttgart 1984: 205-284.

Deva

Krishna Deva, Mālā Devī Temple at Gyaraspur. Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya (ed.), Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya Golden Jubilee Volume. Pt. I. Bombay 1968: English Section 260-269.

Deva Ne

Krishna Deva, Śaivite Images and Iconography in Nepal. M.W.Meister (ed.), Discourses on Śiva. Philadelphia and Bombay 1984: 82-91.

Dhaky

M.A. Dhaky (ed.), Arhat Pārśva and Dharaṇendra Nexus. Delhi 1997.

Dhaky Śā

M.A. Dhaky, Śāntara Sculpture. Journal of the Indian Society of Oriental Art, New Series 4.1971-1972: 78-97.

Dhariwal In

L.C. Dhariwal, The lndore State Gazetteer, Vol. II - Archaeology. Indore 1931.

Dix Jn

Th. Dix, L. Clermont, Jainism and the Temples of Mount Abu and Ranakpur. New Delhi 1998.

EITA II.2

M.W. Meister, M.A. Dhaky, Encyclopaedia of Indian Temple Architecture. Vol. II, Part 2. North India. Period of Early Maturity. Text and Plates. Delhi 1991.

Glasenapp Jn

H. von Glasenapp, Der Jainismus. Berlin 1925. [We quote from the English translation: S.B. Shrotri, Jainism. Delhi 1999.]

Grammar I-IV

Short form for “Bruhn Gr ...“

Grönbold Bu

G. Grönbold, Die Mythologie des indischen Buddhismus. H.W. Haussig et al. (eds.), Götter und Mythen des indischen Subkontinents. Stuttgart 1984: 285-508.

Hingorani Di

R.P. Hingorani, Jas. Burgess. Digambara Jaina Iconography. Varanasi 1979. [Descriptions of the YY according to Āśādhara's Pratiṣṭhāsāroddhāra, A.D. 1228; reprint of Burgess' descriptions of the YY as given according to Ka; see Ka and Burgess Di.]

Hingorani

R.P. Hingorani, Jaina Iconography in Rūpamaṇḍana. Varanasi 1978. [Descriptions of the YY according to ch. 6 of the Rūpamaṇḍana, 15th cent.]

Huntington Ar

S.L. Huntington and J.C. Huntington, The Art of Ancient India. New York and Tokyo 1985.

JAA

A. Ghosh (ed.), Jaina Art and Architecture. Delhi 1974-1975. Vols. I-III.

Jacobi Ka

H. Jacobi, Jaina Sūtras. [Transl.] Part I: The Ācārāṅga Sūtra. The Kalpa Sūtra [Paryuṣaṇā Kalpasūtra]. Oxford University Press 1884. Sacred Books of the East 22.

Jayantavijaya Āb

Muni Jayantavijayaji, Holy Ābu. Bhāvnagar 1954.

JID

K. Bruhn, The Jina-Images of Deogarh. Leiden 1969. [Out of print. Please contact the author if you want to order a photocopy of the volume.]

Johne

I. Johne, Hārītī und Pāñcika. Berlin 2000. [Unpublished thesis]

Joshi

N.P. JOSHI, Mātkās. Mothers in Kuṣāṇa Art. New Delhi 1986.

JRM

U.P. Shah, Jaina-Rūpa-Maṇḍana (Jaina Iconography). Vol. I. New Delhi 1987.

Khandalavala Pa

K. Khandalavala, Review of Bhattacharyya Pa. Lalit Kalā 23.1988: 61-62.

Kramrisch Hi

St. Kramrisch, The Hindu Temple. Vols. I-II. Calcutta 1946.

Kreisel Li

G. Kreisel, Linden-Museum Stuttgart. Südasien-Abteilung. Stuttgart 1987.

Krishna Gu

B. Krishna, The Art under the Gurjara-Pratihāras. New Delhi 1989.

Lohuizen He

J.E. van Lohuizen-de Leeuw, Museum Rietberg Zürich. Indian Sculptures in the von der Heydt Collection. Zürich 1961.

Lohuizen Sc

J.E. van Lohuizen-de Leeuw, The “Scythian“Period. Leiden 1949.

Mallmann Ma

M.-Th. de Mallmann, Étude Iconographique sur Mañjuśrī. Paris 1964.

Mankodi Am

K. Mankodi, A Paramāra Sculpture in the British Museum: Vāgdevī or Yakshī Ambikā? Sambodhi 9 (1-4). April 1980 - Jan. 1981: 96-103.

Maxwell Śi

T.S. Maxwell, Śilpa versus Śāstra. A.L. Dallapiccola et al. (eds.), Shastric Traditions in Indian Arts. Vols. 1-2. Wiesbaden 1989: 5-15.

Maxwell Vi

T.S. Maxwell, Viśvarūpa. Oxford University Press 1988.

 

Mevissen Co

G.J.R. Mevissen, Corpus of Jaina Stone Sculptures Bearing graha.s as Subsidiary Figures. BIS 13/14.2000 (this volume): 343-400.

Mevissen Pl

G.J.R. Mevissen, Planetary deities on Jaina images in stone. K.R. van Kooij, E. Raven (eds.), South Asian Archaeology 1999 (forthcoming).

Misra Mo

O.P. Misra, Mother Goddess in Central India. Delhi 1985.

Misra Ya

R.N. Misra, Yaksha Cult and Iconography. Delhi 1981.

Mitra Ac

Debala Mitra, Bronzes from Achutrajpur, Orissa. Delhi 1978.

Mitra Ic

Debala Mitra, Iconographic Notes. Journal of the Asiatic Society 1(1).1959: 37-39.

Mitra Ra

Debala Mitra, Ratnagiri (1958-61). Memoirs of the Archaeological Survey of India No. 80. Vols. I-II. New Delhi 1981.1983.

Mitra Śā

Debala Mitra, Śāsanadevīs in the Khaṇḍagiri Caves. Journal of the Asiatic Society 1(2).1959: 127-133.

Mitra Ud

Debala Mitra, Udayagiri and Khandagiri. New Delhi 1975.

Mitterwallner Fr

G. von Mitterwallner, Inscribed Fragmentary Sculpture of the Year 14 in the State Museum, Lucknow. S.D. Trivedi (ed.), Essays on Indology, Polity and Administration (Fs. R.K.Trivedi). Vols. I-II. Delhi 1989: 35-49.

Mitterwallner Sc

G. von Mitterwallner, Kuṣāṇa Coins and Kuṣāṇa Sculptures from Mathurā. Mathurā 1986.

Mohapatra Or

R.P. Mohapatra, Jaina Monuments of Orissa. Delhi 1984.

Nagar Wo

S.L. Nagar, Jaina Sculptures in Indian and World Museums. New Delhi 2000.

Nawab Jn

S.M. Nawab, Jaina Tirthas in India and Their Architecture. Ahmedabad (1944).

O'Flaherty El

W.D. O'Flaherty et al., Elephanta. The Cave of Shiva. Princeton University Press 1983.

Pal Ex

P. Pal, The Peaceful Liberators. Jain Art from India. [Exhibition catalogue] Los Angeles 1994.

Pal LA I

P. Pal, Indian Sculpture. A Catalogue of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection. Vol. I. University of California Press 1986.

Pereira Mo

J. Pereira, Monolithic Jinas. Delhi 1977.

PJA

C. Sivaramamurti, Panorama of Jaina Art. New Delhi 1983.

Ramachandran Ti

T.N. Ramachandran, Tiruparuttikunram and Its Temples. Madras 1934.

Ray Ea

N.R. Ray et al., Eastern Indian Bronzes. New Delhi 1986.

Sanford

D.Th. Sanford, Early Temples Bearing Rāmāyaṇa Relief Cycles in the Chola Area: A Comparative Study. University of California 1974. [Microfilmed Dissertation.]

Settar Ca

S. Settar, Cakreśvarī in Karnāṭak Literature and Art. Oriental Art 17(1). Spring 1971:63-69.

Settar Ka

S. Settar, The Classical Kannada Literature and the Digambara Jaina Iconography. U.P. Shah and M.A. Dhaky (eds.), Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture. Ahmedabad 1975: 25-48.

Settar Śr

S. Settar, Śravaṇa Begoa. Dharwad 1981.

Shah Ak

U.P. Shah, Akota Bronzes. Bombay 1959.

Shah Am

U.P. Shah, Iconography of the Jain Goddess Ambikā. Journal of the University of Bombay 9 (2). Sept. 1940: 147-169.

Shah Br

U.P. Shah, Brahma-Śānti and Kaparddī Yakṣas. Journal of the M.S. University of Baroda 8 (1). March 1958: 59-72.

Shah Ca

U.P. Shah, Iconography of Cakreśvarī, the Yakṣī of Ṛṣabhanātha. Journal of the Oriental Institute 20 (3). March 1971: 280-313.

Shah Ev

U.P. Shah, Evolution of Jaina Iconography and Symbolism. U.P. Shah and M.A. Dhaky (eds.), Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture. Ahmedabad 1975: 49-74

Shah Fe

U.P. Shah, Female Chauri-Bearer from Ankoṭṭaka and the School of the Ancient West. Bulletin of the Prince of Wales Museum 1 (1): 1-4.

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U.P. Shah, A Dated Jaina Bronze from Broach (Gujarat) Fashioned by Artist Govinda. LalitKalā 23.1988: 19-21.

Shah La

U.P. Shah, Jaina Sculptures from Lāol. Bulletin of the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India 3.1952-1953: 66-73.

Shah Ma

U.P. Shah, Iconography of the Sixteen Jaina Mahāvidyās. Journal of the Indian Society of Oriental Art 15.1947: 114-177.

Shah Mi

U.P. Shah, Minor Jaina Deities. Journal of the Baroda Institute 31 (3). March 1982: 274-290.

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U.P. Shah, Origin of the Goddess Ambikā. B.M. Pande, B.D. Chattopadhyaya (eds.), Archaeology and History. Vol. II. [A. GHOSH Comm. Vol.]. Delhi 1987: 483-494. [Cf. JRM: 257-264.]

Shah Pa

U.P. Shah, Parents of the Tīrthakaras. Bulletin of the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India 5.1955-57: 24-32.

Shah Sa

U.P. Shah, Iconography of the Jain Goddess Sarasvatī. Journal of the University of Bombay 10 (2). Sept. 1941: 195- 218.

Shah Su

U.P. Shah, Jaina Bronzes - A Brief Survey. U.P. Shah and M.A. Dhaky (eds.), Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture. Ahmedabad 1975: 269-298.

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R.C. Sharma, The Splendour of Mathurā. Art and Museum. New Delhi 1994.

Sharma Ya

J.P. Sharma, Jaina Yakshas. Meerut 1989.

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Harihar Singh, Jaina Temples of Western India. Varanasi 1982.

Sivaramamurti Mi

C. Sivaramamurti, Sanskrit Literature and Art - Mirrors of Indian Culture. Memoirs of the Archaeological Survey of India No. 73. Delhi 1955.

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Sotheby's London. Sale Catalogues. [Cited according to date of sale].

Spink Tw

Two Thousand Years of Indian Art. Spink & Son Ltd. London (Auction 1982).

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K. Titze, Jainism. A Pictorial Guide to the Religion of Non-Violence. Delhi 1998.

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M.N.P. Tiwari, A Note on the Figures of Sixteen Jaina Goddesses on the Ādinātha Temple at Khajuraho. East and West 34.1984: 139-151. [By the same author: “The Sixteen Jaina Goddesses on the Ādinātha Temple at Khajuraho“. Tiwari El: 87-92.]

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M.N.P. Tiwari, Ambikā in Jaina Art and Literature. New Delhi 1989.

Tiwari Br

M.N.P. Tiwari, Brahmaśānti Yakṣa. M.A. Dhaky and Sagarmal Jain (eds.), Pt. Bechardas Doshi Commemoration Volume. Varanasi 1987. Hindi Section: 126-131.

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M.N.P. Tiwari, The Iconography of the Jain Yakshī Chakreśvarī at Deogarh. Lalit Kalā 20.1982: 34-35. [By the same author: “Jaina Yaksī Cakreśvarī at Deogarh“. Tiwari El: 65-68.]

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M.N.P. Tiwari, Elements of Jaina Iconography. Varanasi 1983.

Tiwari Gu

M.N.P. Tiwari, Jaina Art of the Gupta Period. K. Khandalavala (ed.), The Golden Age. Marg Publications. Bombay 1991: 25-36.

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M.N.P. Tiwari, Jīvantasvāmī Images: A Study in Concept and Iconography. N. Balbir and J.K. Bautze (eds.), Festschrift Klaus Bruhn. Reinbek 1994: 585-596.

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M.N.P. Tiwari, Jaina Sculptures and Paintings in the United Kingdom. Kalā 3.1996-97:40-51.

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J.G. Williams, The Art of Gupta India. Princeton University Press 1982.

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J.G. Williams, The Case of the Omitted Hundreds: Stylistic Development in Mathurā Sculpture of the Kuṣāṇa Period. D.M. Srinivasan (ed.), Mathurā. The Cultural Heritage. New Delhi 1989: 325-331.

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H. Zimmer, The Art of Indian Asia. Vols. I-II. New York 1955.

 

 

 

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