Amulets and Pendants in Ancient Maharashtra: 3rd C. BC to 3rd C. CE
The Book Documents India S Rich Tradition Of Ornamentation As Reflected In Its Numerous And Varied Collection Of Amulets And Pendants Recovered From Archaeological Excavations In Maharashtra. It Examines The Different Types Of Amulets And Pendants Excavated, Techniques Used In Making Them, And Their Parallels In Literary And Sculptural Representations.
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The Technological Importance of Amulets
Probable Sources of Raw Materials
Parallels and Interpretations
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