Vol. I, Part 3: This part in two binds covers the full range of Indian temple architecture, surveys medieval temples and associated buildings in Upper Drāviḍadēśa,…Read More
Vol. II, Part 3: This part also in two binds surveys the tenth century temples (and associated structures) in different provinces of the north Indian megaterritory, built under the political aegis of the then ruling various provincial-principal and subordinate-dynasties. Among these, the more notable were the Cāhamānas of Śākambharī and of Naḍḍula, and Solaṅkīs of Aṇahillapāṭaka in westem India; also, the Kaḷacūris of Cedideśa olim Ḍāhaladeśa, Candellas of Jejākabhukti, and Kacchapaghāṭas of Gopagiri in central India and the Somavaṁśīs of Kaliṅgadeśa in eastem India. The text, running in twenty-one chapters, has copiously illustrated with drawings (ground plan and baseelevations) and adequate number of photographs.
|Vol I, 1996, text & plates, xxix+596pp., line drawings, gloss., index, 1,674 b&w plates||81-86526-00.5|
|Vol II, 1998, text & plates, xxviii+426pp., line drawings, gloss., index, 913 b&w plates||81-7304-226-8|