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A Study in Nayaka-Period Social Life: Tiruppudaimarudur Paintings and Carvings

 
Jean Deloche (Author) Collection Indologie
Synopsis

The carvings and paintings of Tiruppudaimarudur bring “flesh and blood” to the “dry bones” of the published histories of the Madurai Nayakas. In an extraordinarily lively manner, they show us the culture and socio-economic life of almost every part of society, from the king to the common man. They are, as it were, the photographs of the era!

The methodology followed in this book is almost entirely based on a careful and systematic analysis of the range and multiplicity of the styles of dress and ornament worn by the figures represented in the scenes that have been painted and sculpted on the five tiers of the temple’s gopura. We can thus identify the people, determine their ranks and discern the relations between social groups, whether officials, administrators, soldiers or commoners. This study offers us a veritable mirror of Nayaka times.

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About the author

Jean Deloche

Jean Deloche, a senior member of the Ecole francaise d’Extreme-Orient and the French Institute of Pondicherry, has devoted all his academic career to the study of Indian History.  Among the several books and articles written by him, two have been recently published in English: Origins of the Urban Development of Pondicherry according to Seventeenth Century Dutch Plans, 2004, and Senji (Gingee) A Fortified city in the Tamil Country, 2005.

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Bibliographic information

Title A Study in Nayaka-Period Social Life: Tiruppudaimarudur Paintings and Carvings
Author Jean Deloche
Format Softcover
Date published: 09.11.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9782855391083
length vii+137p., Col. Illustrations; 28cm.