Distinction in Indian Iconography [Figs. 11-16]

Published: 24.01.2012


The paper was published in Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute 20 (S.K. De Felicitation Volume), Poona 1960, pp. 164-248.


 

Distinction in Indian Iconography

Figures 11-16:

11.

Hindu goddess. From Naresar, now in the Gwalior Museum. Photo of the Gwalior Museum. - § 72.

12.

Jain goddess. Deogarh (temple No. 19). - § 72.

13.

Cf. fig. 8 (Pheru). - § 72.

14.

Standing Jina (Pārśvanātha). Deogarh (maṇḍapa before temple No. 12). - The upper portion of the slab shows besides two garland-bearers and six grahas, two small chowrie-bearers (appearing at the height of the Jina's waist) and a small Jina (appearing on the tree above Ambikā). - § 13.

15.

Standing Jina. Deogarh (east side of the great wall). - §§ 12, 14.

16.

Kṛṣṇa Govardhanadhara. Mathurā Museum. A.K. Coomaraswamy, History of Indian and Indonesian Art, Fig. 102. - §§ 12, 14.

Sources

Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute 20 (1960)

Compiled by PK

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