Indian Architectural Theory: Contemporary Uses of Vastu Vidya

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Oxford University, Jan 1, 1999 - Architecture - 212 pages
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In this ground-breaking study the traditional Indian science of architecture and house-building, Vatsu Vidya, is explored in terms of its secular uses, at the levels of both theory and contemporary practice.

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Contents

Lord Vishvakarma the divine architect
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Sutrashtaka the tools of measurement
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Determining the cardinal points with a Gnomon
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