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Brahmanical Temple Art and Architecture in Hadoti

Ambika Dhaka (Author)

Temples of India are an epitome of faith, devotion and a live documentary of the culture, tradition and sentiments of the people of Indian landmass. This book narrates the fascinating saga of the evolution and development of art and architectural styles of temples in Hadoti region of Rajasthan from the earliest times to Post-Gupta period.

The book introduces Hadoti region in spectacular way touching upon geography, topography, river system and deliberating its historical background. A special feature of the book lies in a discussion on temples and its remain at Darra, Char-Choma, Rangpur, Keshoraipatan and Chandrabhaga. In the light of some new temple architectural remains, this book can claim to be a pioneer and authoritative work, revealing some unseen facets of temple art of Hadoti.

The book identifies and studies magnificent features of the principal architectural styles in Hadoti region and makes a comparative study of with the rest of Rajasthan in a systematic manner so as to build up a logical and coherent picture of it.

The book has line drawings and 76 illustrations. It is hoped that the scholar and reader will enjoy going through the book.

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About the author

Ambika Dhaka

Ambika Dhaka, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner, is an eminent young scholar of Indian art, architecture and archaeology.

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Bibliographic information

Title Brahmanical Temple Art and Architecture in Hadoti
Author Ambika Dhaka
Format Hardcover
Date published: 04.09.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788180903007
length xx+114p., 6 Figures; 76 Colour Plates; Index; 28cm.