5 edition of Bronzes of Kashmir found in the catalog.
Bronzes of Kashmir
Offprint from the Journal of the Royal Society of Arts: p.693-766 vol. 121 no. 5207.
|LC Classifications||NK7976.A3 K376 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||693 - 760p. :|
|Number of Pages||760|
It is a very poorly written book on Kashmir. The advertised page notes pages while there are only pages. The research work is also nothing which is very regrettable. The very purpose of book is either to earn money or get publicity. The writer is Indian Adm services person and should have studied the subject and then write the s: Buddhism was an important part of the classical Kashmiri culture, as is reflected in the Nilamata Purana and Kalhana's sm is generally believed to have become dominant in Kashmir in the time of Emperor Ashoka, although it was widespread there long before his time, enjoying the patronage not only of Buddhist rulers but of Hindu and early Muslim rulers as well.
Kashmir Sculptures book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. This Book Describes The Political Upheaval That Has Resulted In Mass Exodus Of Three Lakh Kashmiri Pandits From Their Hearths And Homes And Has Threatened .
About The Author: Dr. Bansi Lal Malla did his M. A. in History from the Kashmir University (). He subsequently obtained the degree of M. A. in Museology with Gold Medal () and Ph. D. in History of Art () from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. His first book entitled The Sculptures of Kashmir ( A. D.) was published in Kashmir Sculptures by J.L. Bhan and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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All Editions of Bronzes of Kashmir. ISBNHardcover. ISBN Bronzes of Kashmir. New York: Hacker Art Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pratapaditya Pal.
Bronzes of Kashmire Limited, Bronzes of Kashmir book Edition by Prata Paditya Pal (Author) ISBN Cited by: 7. Hardcover in dust jacket, (VG+/VG-), Akademische Druck - u. Verlagsanstalt, Graz, Austria, Licensed edition for the United States and Canada: Hacker Art Books, New York,in English, pages, Author Preface, Introduction, Notes with each plate, Selected Bibliography, color decorated end papers (mirrored image of one of the bronzes in a light sepia-tone), text is printed on plain paper.
Bronzes of Kashmir by Pratapaditya Pal,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. OCTOBER BRONZES OF KASHMIR The jollowing lecture, which was illustrated, was then delivered. I F OR Sir George Birdwood and his gen- eration, Kashmir was noted mostly for its carpets, ornamental bric-g-brac ma& with papier mu'&, and, of course, the much admired shawls.
Although pm&t R. Kakl had published his handbook for the Srinagar. Early Sculptures" published on 01 Jan by Brill. This essay, the fourth and final part in a series on the extensive contribution of Kashmir to Indian culture, focuses on art, architecture and literature in Kashmir and its enormous influence over.
Kashmir has been a fascinating subject for authors and analysts. Volumes have been documented and published about its multi-faceted aspects in varied forms like manuscripts, rare books and images. Mar 4, - Explore The O Team's board "Kashmir Bronzes" on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Buddhist, Buddhist art, Buddha statue pins. The Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Ancient Kashmir and Its Influences is primarily based on the study of the largely unpublished corpus of sculpture, mostly of stone, in the Sri Pratap Singh Museum in Srinagar, and of other examples in situ elsewhere in the valley.
The disparate nature and fragmentary condition of these sculptures as well as their artistic and iconographical influences have. With Kashmir under lockdown, Preti Taneja chooses books that explore the history of the most militarised region in the world Kashmiri people protest.
A Kashmiri bronze group of the eight-armed Vasudeva-Kamalaja seated on Garuda. 12th century A Kashmiri bronze group of the eight-armed Vasudeva-Kamalaja seated on Garuda, the androgynous form von Vishnu und Lakshimi shows at the proper left the female Lakshimi/Kamalaja (she who is born from a lotus) seated on the tail feathers of the eight-armed anthropomorphic form of Garuda.
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Section 2 South Asia) book reviews & author details and more at Free Reviews: 2. The Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Ancient Kashmir and Its Influences is a stylistic study of the corpus of stone sculpture, mostly fragmentary, in the Sri Pratap Singh Museum in Srinagar, and elsewhere in Kashmir, in comparison with other examples in collections both in India and s: 1.
The revised version of the thesis was recently published by Brill () as a book entitled The Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Ancient Kashmir and its Influences.
Known for his discretion and integrity, he brings good taste, specialist knowledge and connoisseurship to the field. An expanded version of her widely acclaimed Kashmir in the Crossfire, which was published when insurgency in Kashmir had reached its peak inthis book is regarded as one of the best general.
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Also, it highlights their religious and artistic significance while placing them in historical context. The cultural milieu that inspired the creation of these masterpieces in ancient Kashmir has been investigated as well. The book includes sculptural images of Brahma, Siva, Vishnu, Mother Goddesses, Kamadeva and others.
Printed Pages: Its an excellent book detailing the history of kashmir upto almost mid AD. Though ages of additions and deletions might have led to the loss of the originality of the author's script, the current versions in circulation still provide a more or less authentic picture of the past era.The initial Chapters speak of the splendour of Hindu Kashmir, its brilliant contribution to the cultural integration of India since time immemorial; and the forcible conversion of the Hindu population to Islam starting from the beginning of the fourteenth to the mid-nineteenth century by which time nine-tenths of the Hindus had become Muslims making Kashmir a Muslim majority State.
The book then .