Archaeology, Art and Religion: New Perspectives on Vijayanagara

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - History - 342 pages
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This richly illustrated volume presents a number of hitherto unpublished papers based on the archaeological data on aspects of Vijayanagara life: the opening of Vijanagara as an archaeological site, the evolution of the city, of its temple and architectural style, as well as the number of the religious cults prevalent.

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Contents

Introduction
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HampiVijayanagara as an Archaeological Site
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The Development and Growth of Vijayanagara City
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Anila Verghese is at Sophia College, Bombay University.

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