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Nataraja in South Indian Art

J. Soundararajan (Author)
Synopsis The present book in about nine chapters unfolds the personality of Nataraja from a study of South Indian art, literature and epigraphy. The author has paid a special attention to the sources in Tamil that stand neglected by art historians. The core thesis is that Nataraja is not exclusively an epithet of Siva. It is of a common genre.
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About the author

J. Soundararajan

Dr. J. Soundararajan (b. 1967) is currently working as a lecturer in the Department of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Madras, Chennai. He did his master's degree, M.Phil and Ph.D. in the University of Tamil Nadu. His doctoral thesis was highly commended by the Board of examiners. He was previously working (19999-2004) as Assistant Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey of India of Dharwad Circle, posted at Aihole. The author is a member of many of the professional historical societies: The Indian Art History Congress, Tamilnadu History Congress and Epigraphical Society of India. He has in his credit a book Nataraja in South Indian Art (2004) and 21 number of research articles in scholarly international, national journals and the New Indian Express. His contribution to journals in "East and West" volume – 53 (2003), Rome-Italy, also adds feather to his cap. He had also prepared a guide book on the Chalukyan Center of Art while working at Aihole.

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Title Nataraja in South Indian Art
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8188934054
length 219p., Figures; Col. & B/w Plates; References; Annexures; Glossary; Bibliography; Index; 26cm.