Indian Architecture: Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain

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Prakash Books, 2006 - Architecture - 235 pages
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Deals with the evolution of divergent architectural styles in the long tradition of Hindu, Budddhist and Jain temples. This book aims at presenting information on various architectural styles such as rock cut, Dravidian, Ntjgnni - the architectural history of the country beginning with Harappan in pre-Chritian era, upto the 15th and 16th century.

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HINDU BUDDHIST AND JAIN
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The Early Buddhist Phase
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