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Symbols and Graphic Representations in Indian Inscriptions

 
B.M. Pande (Author) H. Sarkar (Author)
Synopsis Indian inscriptions have been studied for their text and have provided a wealth of information of great historical value and importance. Symbols occurring in inscriptions as well as graphic representations have somehow not received as much attention, except for a few symbols, in contrast to the study of symbols in coins, art, mythology, etc. Symbols and Graphic Representations in Indian Inscriptions is a study of these renderings in inscriptional text, considered insignificant by most scholars. It is a pioneering work in which the earliest symbols, the svastika, the symbol for Om or siddham, and various other symbols and graphic representations in inscriptions have been meticulously collected and analysed in spatial and temporal perspective. Analogous information as well as comparative material available in other representational media has been used to provide yet another perspective to the symbols and graphic representations in inscriptions. The entire repertoire of symbols discussed here has also been fully illustrated, adding to the value of the work.
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About the authors

B.M. Pande

B.M. Pande retired as Director, Archaeology, Archaeological Survey of India.

H. Sarkar

Mr. H. Sarkar is an archaeologist of repute and has substantial contribution to various fields of Indian archaeology, particularly Buddhist art and architecture, and protohistory, art and architecture of south India. Among his publications are Studies in early Buddhist Architecture of India (1966), Nagarjunakonda (third edition 1980), Amaravati (second edition 1980). He joined the Archaeological Survey of India in 1955 and served in various capacities in different parts of India and had been for some time director (antiquity). He was on deputation to the Secretariat of the XXVI International Congaress of Orientalists from 1964 to 1967 as the Assistant Editor. Mr. Sarkar’s association with museums dates back to 1961 when the island museum at Nagarjunakonda was being built to house antiquities, found in the large-scale excavation here before its submergence; in fact, he was intimately associated with the entire salvage operations, including the reconstitution of important monuments – a venture which was among the first in India.

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Bibliographic information

Title Symbols and Graphic Representations in Indian Inscriptions
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173051631
length xvi+116p., Figures; Plates; Biblikography; Index; 25cm.