Temples of Andhradesa: Art, Architecture & Iconography : with Special Reference to Renandu (Cuddapah) Region
Andhradesa, Comprising The Present Andhra Pradesh State, Witnessed, Over A Period Of Several Centuries, Different Art And Architectural Styles Pertaining To Temples. According To This Sumptously Illustrated Volume, The Art And Architecture Of These Temples Were Mainly Influenced By The Dynastic As Well As Regional Variations.
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adhisthana Andhra Andhradesa antarala apsidal architectural armed base bhadra Bhairava bhittistambhas brick capital carries carved ceiling central centre century A.D. chakra Chennakesava temple Chodas Chola complex consists Cuddapah region dated dated A.D. decorated deity depicted devakosthas doorway early east epigraphs examples face figures four handed Ganesha garbhagriha gopura Ground Plan hamsas hands carry haras head held highly holding Ibid Indian influence inscriptions kankanas kapota Krishna kumbha latapatra late later left hand lotus lower lower left mandapa mentioned Middle mouldings mukhamandapa Nandalur noticed Nrisimha Ontimitta ornamented padma period phalaka phase pilasters pillars placed plain portion posture prakara prastara present Rama rangamandapa record refers Renandu represented respectively rests right hand rule sakhas sculptures seated shown shrine side sikhara Siva square standing style superstructure Telugu temple at Pushpagiri upper Vaidumba valayas variety Vijayanagara Vishnu wall