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Aradhakamurti/Adhisthayakamurti--Popular Piety, Politics, and the Medieval Jain Temple Portrait (Swiss Asian Studies, Monographs) epub ebook

by Herausgegeben Robert Gassmann,Jack C Laughlin

Aradhakamurti/Adhisthayakamurti--Popular Piety, Politics, and the Medieval Jain Temple Portrait (Swiss Asian Studies, Monographs) epub ebook

Author: Herausgegeben Robert Gassmann,Jack C Laughlin
Category: World
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing (January 1, 2003)
Pages: 290 pages
ISBN: 0820458910
ISBN13: 978-0820458915
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Piety;politics;jain temple;Religion. Publication Date: Nov-1999. Abstract:

hayakamurti: Popular piety, politics, and the medieval Jain temple portrait more. Many aspects of medieval Western Indian temple art have been subject to scholarly attention

hayakamurti: Popular piety, politics, and the medieval Jain temple portrait more. Many aspects of medieval Western Indian temple art have been subject to scholarly attention. One type of temple-image which has been identified, but heretofore unstudied, is the stone portrait more.

rādhakamūrti/Adhiṣṭhāyakāmūrti : popular piety, politics, and the medieval Jain temple portrait /. Article. I have gathered evidence of more than 200 images of historical lay people and ascetics, extant and/or from about 60 inscriptions View.

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-258) and index. Uniform Title: Schweizer asiatische Studien. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

C. hayakamurti: popular piety, politics, and the medieval Jain temple portrait. Paul Dundas (University of Edinburgh) Haribhadra's Lalitavistaraa and the Legend of Siddhar

C. Swiss Asian Studies 42. Monographs. New York : Peter Lang, 2003. Jains in the World: Religious Values and Ideology in India. Paul Dundas (University of Edinburgh) Haribhadra's Lalitavistaraa and the Legend of Siddhar. The Role of the Kalyaa. naka Patra in the Religious Economy of the Teraapanth Shvetaambara Jain Ascetics 167. Sin Fujinaga (Miyakonojo Kosen) On Mo. amaarga 205.

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Black & Asian Studies. hayakamurti - Popular Piety, Politics, and the Medieval Jain Temple Portrait. Bernhard Fuehrer, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies) " show more. Der Autor: Marc D. Winter, geb.

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hayakamurti-Popular Piety, Politics, October 5, 2015 adminAppreciation. The powder is then mixed with water and then modeled and/or sculpted into shape. The Asmar Hoard was found within the Abu Temple at Asmar, a temple which was built and rebuilt several times during Asmar's occupation. To be precise, the hoard was beneath the floor of the Early Dynastic II version of the Abu temple called the Square Temple, source: Sculpture in the Garden Sculpture in the Garden.

Journal of the Oriental Institute volume XLIX: 1–2 Baroda, Gujarat, India; 1999. Representations of Ownership: The Nineteenth-Century Painted Maps of Shatrunjaya, Gujarat’ Kim Hawon Ku. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies volume 37: 1 2014. rādhakamūrti, Adhiṣṭhāyakamūrti: Popular Piety, Politics, and the Medieval Jain Temple Portrait Jack C. Peter Lang; New York, USA; 2003.

Many aspects of Medieval Western Indian temple art have been the subject of scholarly attention. One type of temple-image which has been identified but heretofore unstudied is the portrait. This study brings together evidence of more than 200 images of historical lay people and ascetics from the medieval temples of Gujarat and Rajasthan. The author emphasizes Jain specimens, but also includes a number of notable Hindu examples. However, it is the evidence of the Jain portraits that is by far the most significant. This book provides some startling insights into the beliefs and practices of the Ś vetā mbara sect of Jainsim in a period from about the 12th to 17th centuries. The analysis of lay portraits illuminates some very significant episodes in this period of Jain history. The discussion of monks' portraits presents much that is contrary to expectation. Evidence indicates that even Jain monks donated portraits of other monks. This is surprising since gifting is a practice commonly thought to be a lay prerogative and not allowed to ascetics. The reasons for these monastic donations are discussed and investigated, and reveal that the worldview of medieval Jain monks was often something very different from that portrayed in much of Jain scholarship to date.
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