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Further Excavations At Mansar

A.K. Sharma (Author)

The book deals about the excavations conducted in mound MNS-I at Mansar. The mound is located at the east of the protected area and is generally known as the Mahavihara Tekdi.

The excavations have yield the palace complex built by Pravarasena II as he shifted his capital to this area.It is from here that Prabhavati Gupta used to go to Rametek to worship her god Nrsimha, whose templ was also built at this place when she became too old.

The palace was surrounded by military barracks and smaller temples and temple shops. To the south of the palace an octagonal Siva people das been found over looking Ramtek.

After the fall of the eastern vakatakas and after the palace was burnt down by Nala King Bhavadattavarman, a stupa was built on top by Buddhists under the influence of Vishnu Kundins of Andhra Pradesh.

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About the author

A.K. Sharma

A.K. Sharma received M.Sc. (Mathematics), B.Ed., M.A., (Economics) L.L.B. and M.Phil, degrees from Meerut University Meerut. He has over 16 years of teaching experience of both graduate and post graduate level and also guiding the candidate appearing for various competitive examinations. He has written more than three dozens textbooks in mathematics. his bublication "Combined Engineering Entrance Examination Guide" and I.I.T. Mathematics" is being widely acclaimed and also adopted by the students in India and abroad. He is in the Committee of degree college Pt. Tej Ram College of Education and Law. He is also Director of Modern Public School, Raj Nagar Ghaziabad.

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Title Further Excavations At Mansar
Author A.K. Sharma
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2018
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789386223760
length 186p., Illustrations; 65 Plates; 61 Figure; 28cm.