Distinction in Indian Iconography [Figs. 59-66]

Published: 26.01.2012


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 59-66:

59.

Standing Jina (Ṛṣabha). Probably from Khaṇḍagiri (Orissa), now in the British Museum. Ramaprasad Chanda, Medieval Indian Sculpture in the British Museum, London 1936, Pl. XXII. - §§ 2, 26, 36.

60.

Śiva. Khiching. Banerjea Pl. XXXII, 1. - §§ 2, 26, 36.

61.

Kṛṣṇa Govardhanadhara. Halebid. Rao I, I, Pl. LXVI. - § 36.

62.

Gaṇeśa. Khiching. Banerjea, frontispiece. - §§ 2, 36.

63.

Two Jinas and Sarasvatī. Deogarh (slab built in the back wall of temple No. 1). - § 19.

64.

Ṛṣabha and Mahāvīra (same piece as in fig. 59). - § 19.

65.

Resting queen (Jain). Deogarh (temple No.31). - § 45.

66.

Resting queen (Buddhist). Seidenstücker op. cit. Fig. 3. - § 45.

Sources

Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute 20 (1960)

Compiled by PK

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