SOAS - 10th Jaina Studies Workshop [17] Defining Jain Elements at Udayagiri-Khaṇḍagiri, Orissa

Published: 13.04.2008
Updated: 29.11.2012

Friday, 7th March 2008
Brunei Gallery Lecture Theater

Jaina Art & Architecture
10th Jaina Studies Workshop at SOAS

Lecture: "Defining Jain Elements at Udayagiri-Khaṇḍagiri, Orissa", Dr. Janice Leoshko, Department of Art & Art History, University of Texas

Dr. Janice Leoshko
Department of Art & Art History, University of Texas

Defining Jain Elements at Udayagiri-Khaṇḍagiri, Orissa

Abstract:

Udayagiri-Khandagiri in Orissa is well known for its long-enduring religious activity. The Jain temple at the top of Khaṇḍagiri was noted in the early nineteenth century as only recently built while the various reliefs found throughout the site date as early as second century BCE. Its identity as a Jain site, however, means that it has not been fully stud­ied in terms of the surviving artistic evidence. This paper considers this evidence and what it might reveal about Jain religious practice.

Sorry, due to our timetable, we had to leave the session after

some minutes
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Sources
Newsletter of the Centre of Jaina Studies (SOAS) Vol. 3 2008
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