Chinese and Indian architecture: the city of man, the Mountain of God, and the realm of the immortals, Part 1967
Studies the philosophical, religious, aesthetic and social factors contributing to the similarities and contrasts found in the traditional architectural styles of the two neighboring Oriental countries
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altar ancient Angkor Thom Angkor Wat balustrades basic Bayon Bhubaneswar BSRCA Buddha Buddhist buildings cave central stupa ceremonial Ch'ang-an Ch'ing dynasty chaitya Chaitya Hall Chien-chu China Chinese and Indian Chinese architecture Chinese Histories circular circumambulation columns complex courtyard Deogarh developed Dhanushkodi doorway early earth elaborate emperor entrance eternal excavations Exterior feet Forbidden City garden Gate gateways gopuras guest height Hindu temple Hopeh inside Khmer Kuan-yin later Lingaraja lintel Lomas Rishi magnificent Mahabharata makara mandala mandapa Ming dynasty Ming T'ang monuments motif mountain orientation Pagoda Peking Pi-yung pilgrim plate Pradaksina rectangular religious rites ritual roof S. C. Liang Sanchi Sculptural detail sequence Shang Shih sikhara Siva smaller stupas southern square stairway stone structure stupa Stupa of Barabudur Surya Temple symbolic T'ai-ho Tien T'ang dynasty Temple of Heaven terrace tombs tou-kung tower tradition University vihara wall worship Yuan