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Buddhist Antiquities of Nubra Valley

 
R.C. Agarwal (Author)
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Nubra under the shadow of gigantic snow peaks with lush green fields, delicious apricot orchards and glacier rivers is a mini paradise surrounded by rugged mountains. It is the biggest sub-division of Ladakh and played an important role in maintaining trade contacts with Chinese and Central Asian countries. Several monasteries, palaces and chortens built here indicated that Buddhism flourished and maintained a link with Central Asian countries. The Buddhist monasteries and antiquities housed in these structures are the incredible treasure which have been surveyed and documented for the first time. Further researches may reveal many more hidden aspects of Nubra Valley culture.

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About the author

R.C. Agarwal

Dr. R.C. Agrawal (b. 1947) obtained his Master’s Degree in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology with merit from the Jiwaji University, Gwalior (in 1970) and Post Graduate Diploma in Archaeology in 1971. He joined the Archaeological Survey of India in 1972. He explored and excavated a number of sites throughout the length and breadth of the country. He also participated in excavations at Purana Qila, Delhi; Mathura and conducted excavations at Hampi in Karnataka in the year 1979-80. During 1985 to 1990. Dr. Agrawal explored Buddhist sites in Ladakh region and carried out excavations at Tisseru stupa. He also took up extensive conservation of the monuments of Kashmir valley and Jammu region. In the year 1992, Dr. Agrawal identified the Buddhist site of Satdhara for large scale conservation and excavation in Madhya Pradesh. He also initiated the conservation of large number of monuments in Madhya Pradesh. Dr. Agrawal has been closely associated with many academic bodies and has published research papers on Art, Archaeology and Paintings. Presently he is the Director, Monuments in the Archaeological Survey of India.

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Bibliographic information

Title Buddhist Antiquities of Nubra Valley
Author R.C. Agarwal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.08.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788188934898
length xvi+299p., Maps, 75 figures; 38 Colour & 15 B/W Illustrations; Appendix, Bibliography, Index; 29cm.