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The iconographic context of Tanjavur and Gangai
The pillared hall
Agastya Aghora antelope appears architectural Ardhanari Ardhanarisvara Arjuna arrow attributes aureola Bhairava Bhiksatana Brahma Brhadisvara temple Buddha Candesa Candikesvara Candra Candrasekhara cella chariot Chola comer consort courtyard Daksa dancing Siva Darasuram depicted devotee doorkeepers Durga dvarapala eight facing Flight Plate four arms Gahgadhara gallery Ganapati ganas gandharvas goddess ground floor holding iconography Indra inner gateway Kailasa Kailasanatha in Kanchipuram Kamantaka Kanchipuram Kannappa Kumbakonam Laksmi later lihga Lihgodbhavamurti located lotus Lower Flight lower strip main shrine male figures mandapa Nataraja Nayanmars niche northern outer Parvati pavilion pillared hall Rajaraja rectangular subshrine representation represented sages sanctuary sanctuary-tower sanctum Sarasvati scenes sculpture seated side Siva Siva and Parvati Siva's Southern Stairway square standing Subrahmanya subshrine Sundarar Surya tandava Tanjavur and Gangai tenth century thirty-six subshrines thirty-two Tripurantakas tier trident Tripura demons Tripurantaka Upper Flight upper hands upper storey upper strip Valli vestibule Virabhadra Visnu wall western facade worship