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Elements of Hindu Iconography, 2 Vols in 4 Parts

T. A. Rao

Elements of Hindu Iconography, 2 Vols in 4 Parts

by T. A. Rao

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Published by South Asia Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hinduism,
  • History Of Art / Art & Design Styles,
  • Religious subjects depicted in art,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages1701
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13130598M
    ISBN 108120808789
    ISBN 109788120808782

    4 Stanislaw Jerzy Czuma, "The Brahmanical Rdshtrakfita Monuments of Ellord". of Mich., Hereinafter cited as Czuma. s Ibid., 6. 6 This study began in a seminar on Hindu iconography in the winter of I under gton, to whom.   building as ornament looks at iconography in contemporary architecture (page ) the book is not intended as a scientific study of avoiding the introduction of any alien elements or.

    The book — held in the lower left hand symbolises intellectual pursuit of knowledge and the study of the Dharma. Brahmā’s vehicle is the Swan — a creature, according to Hindu mythology, which can separate milk from water. It thus represents the virtue of Discrimination — pure white symbolises purity and the ability HINDU ICONOGRAPHY_2.   The Mahabharata Series (cont.) For some of my post a little background on the Hindu pantheon would be helpful. The descriptions below are oversimplified, butI hope folks would enjoy the iconography! Hinduism came to India with the Aryan invaders who brought their Vedic gods. At that time the indigenous people of India had many.

    Although the question's tone is comical, I'd still call it a good question. I believe this is a question asking people about significance of different 'vahanas' of different Hindu gods. The Vahanas as a matter of fact have deep philosophical conne. Encyclopaedia of Hindu Iconography: Sakti goddesses. Raju Kalidos, R. K. Kesava Rajarajan, R. K. Parthiban. Sharada, - Art, Hindu - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Encyclopaedia of Hindu Iconography: Sakti goddesses.


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Elements of Hindu Iconography (2 Vols. in 4 Parts) [T.A. Gopinatha Rao] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Elements of Hindu Iconography (2 Vols. in 4 Parts)Cited by: The book is in two volumes, each volume again in two parts.

Vol. I, Part I contains a long Introduction discussing among other things the origin of Hindu image worship in India, explanatory description of the terms This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning /5.

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Gopinatha Rao. Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd, 5th or later edition. Hardcover. New. 16 x 23 cm. This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning and moral aims of Hindu images.

The book is in two volumes, each volume again in two parts. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://tp7d Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive. FN/FN- DJs, HB, 8vo., pgs. + Numerous Appendices.

The publisher seems to have released this reprint of the original edition in a couple of different formats including in Vols 1 & 2 in a 4 book Elements of Hindu Iconography and Vol.

1 & 2 in a two book set, which this appears to be. Part Two ends with numerous appencices so this 2 book set appears to be complete. Kaasyapa shilpa shaastra: part department of endowments - andhra pradesh - India. Bhaarathiya mahashilpamu: in 16 parts - swarna subramanya kavi - TTD Govt of Andhra pradesh supported publication.

Further reading. Rao, T. Gopinatha (). Elements of Hindu Iconography (in 4 Parts), New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, ISBN Read this book on Questia. Elements of Hindu Iconography - Vol. 1, Part 1 by T. Gopinatha Rao, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Elements of Hindu Iconography - Vol.

1, Part 1 (). Vol-2,Part-I Preface. IN bringing out the Second Volume of the Elements of Hindu Iconography, the author earnestly trusts that it will meet with the same favourable reception that was uniformly accorded to the first volume both by savants and the Press, for which he begs to take this opportunity of ten- dering his heart-felt thanks.

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4$ The Āgamas affirm 2 core tenets;— 1. the material realm (sakala) is a reflection of the transcendental realm (niṣkala) and 2. the inner spiritual/psychic world is related with the outer (yathā brahmāṇḍa tathā piṇḍāṇḍa) and therefore symbolism arises from nature itself and is not the result of speculation.

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The creator and year of publication are essential information and must be : J. Gopinatha Rao. More than a book,the elements of hindu iconography is a referance source that gives every deatiled explanations of legends about hindu anyone is academicly working on icons (hindu) this is the right ýt does not contain more social sciencetific datas but every description of these great icons,can be find in this ta belief and tons of other 5/5(1).

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4 Dowson, John. A Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology and Religion, Geography, History and Literature. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, Frick - Reference – Iconography - BL/D75 Gopinatha Rao, T.

Elements of Hindu Iconography. 2 vols. in 4. Madras: Law Printing House, Frick - Stacks - BL/G Book Name: Elements of Hindu Iconography (4 Pts.) Author Name: Gopinatha Rao: Price: USD Description: This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning and moral aims of Hindu images.

The book is. Foreword: I deem it a privilege and also my duty to write a foreword for D. Shukla's book on Hindu Canons of Iconography and Painting which forms Vol.

IX of the Bharatiya Vastu- sastra Series. Shukla himself planed out the series and he has already published five volumes of it.

Of these as many as four are in Hindi, the fifth one on Hindu Canons of Painting being in English. More than a book,the elements of hindu iconography is a referance source that gives every deatiled explanations of legends about hindu anyone is academicly working on icons (hindu) this is the right ýt does not contain more social sciencetific datas but every description of these great icons,can be find in this ta belief and tons of other Reviews: 3.

From the Jacket Hindu Iconography reflects fully the Hindu mind in its religious and social aspects. Its study enables one to understand the mysterious India in the varied facets of her life and culture.

Iconography means not merely the mechanical description and identification of an image, but also a study of the various processes, mental and social, which lead to the growth of a cult or of a. Elements of Hindu Iconography (4 Pts.) by T.A. Gopinath Rao. This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning and moral aims of Hindu book is in two volumes, each volume again in two parts.

Vol. I, Part I contains a long Introduction discussing among other things the origin of Hindu image worship in.Elements of Hindu Iconography (in 4 Parts), New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, ISBN ; Jansen, Eva Rudy ().

The book of Hindu Imagery: Gods, Manifestations and Their Meaning. Binkey Kok Publications, Havelte, The Netherlands. ISBN External links. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Recognizing the Gods; Hindu Symbols.The Illustrated Dictionary of Hindu Iconography by Margaret Stutley.

Indian art is becoming increasingly popular in the West, but it cannot be appreciated fully without some knowledge of the religious and philosophical background. Margaret Stutley covers all aspects of Hindu iconography, and explains that its roots lie far back in the style of prehistoric art which has remained part of a.