Archaeology, Art and Religion: New Perspectives on Vijayanagara
This richly illustrated volume presents a number of hitherto unpublished papers based on the archaeological data on aspects of Vijayanagara life: the opening of Vijanagara as an archaeological site, the evolution of the city, of its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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HampiVijayanagara as an Archaeological Site
The Development and Growth of Vijayanagara City
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Acyutaraya Anegondi Anila antechamber Archaeological Survey ARSIE basement Bhairava brahmans built capital carved construction cult dance dancers dated Deccan deity Delhi depicted Devaraya Directorate of Archaeology dlvdrs early east elephant enclosure wall epigraphs evidence excavated festival fifteenth century Filliozat fourteenth century friezes gateway goddess gopura Hampi Harihara Hemakuta hill hero Hospet hundred-pillar hall Ibid India Kama Karnataka Khandoba king Krsna Krsna temple Krsnadevaraya Lajja-Gauri linga Mahanavaml Platform mahdmandapa Mailara mandapa monuments musicians Narasirhha Note Paes panel pillar-reliefs pillars Plate plinth Prata Vitthala temple principal shrine Ramacandra temple Ramanuja rangamandapa refers reign reliefs religious royal centre Saiva Saivite sanctum Sanskrit sati satl-stones sculptures side Siva sixteenth slabs stone structure superstructure Tamil theme Tiruverigajanatha tradition Tungabhadra urban core Vaisnava Vasantotsava Verghese Vijayanagara city Vijayanagara kingdom Vijayanagara period Vijayanagara Research Vijayanagara temple Virupaksa temple Visnu Vitthala complex Vitthala temple Vitthalapura water-play women worship ydlis