Posted: 17.11.2011
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The paper was published in April 1959 in Jain Yug (pp. 67-70). To make this online reissue citeable, the page numbers are added to the text (see squared brackets). Jain Tirthas in Madhyadesha (II) 2. Chandpur [67] The deserted and dilapidated town of Chandpur in the Jhansi District has lent its name to a group of medieval temples, Hindu and Jain, whose remains are scattered over a wide area near the ruins of...
Posted: 16.11.2011
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The text of this paper, published in November 1958 in Jain Yug (pp. 29-33), has been recently revised by the author. To make this online reissue citeable, the page numbers are added to the text (see squared brackets). Jain Tirthas in Madhyadesha (I) [29] We intend to contribute here and in the forthcoming issues of Jain Yug a series of short articles dealing with selected Jain monuments at various places in...

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