Distinction in Indian Iconography [Figs. 52-58]

Published: 25.01.2012


The paper was published in Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute 20 (S.K. De Felicitation Volume), Poona 1960, pp. 164-248.


 

Distinction in Indian Iconography

Figures 52-58:

52.

Seated Jina (Pārśvanātha). Deogarh (west side of the great wall). - § 2.

53.

Buddha and Ārāa Kālāpa. Pagan (Ānanda temple). K. Seidenstücker, Die Buddha-Legende in den Skulpturen des Ānanda-Tempels zu Pagan, Hamburg 1916, Pl. 28, Fig. 56. - § 53a, 68.

54.

Nara-Nārāyaa. Deogarh. MASI 70, Pl. XI; cf. MASI 4, XXIII. - §§ 44, 53a, 68.

55.

Maheśa. Elephanta. - § 67.

56.

Temple tower. Bayon. W. Cohn, Indische Plastik, Berlin 1921, Pl. 125. - § 67.

57.

Stūpa. Svayambhunath. - § 67.

58.

Caturmukhaliṅga. Kuthāra. St. Kramrisch, The Art of India, Pl. 108. - § 67.

Sources

Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute 20 (1960)

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