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About this Item: 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. 416 Based on first-hand literary, archaeological materials, the book deals with all aspects of the history and culture of Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th century, who were the inhabitants of western Orissa. The value of the work is very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. About The Author:- Jitamitra Prasad Singh Deo (b. 1946) is an individual archaelogist at Khariar. Many new discoveries like the discovery of Pre-historic cave paintings at (Yginath) donger and Ghat Ghunar, copper plates, Gold coins of Sarabhapuriya dynasty, claseal of Nannadeva, Kalachuri coins, terracottas, beads of diferent varieties and sculptures of many types are done by him. With the presentation of his findings, a Branch Museum, has been opened at Khariar by the cultural afairs department of Govt. of Orissa. He is life Member of Institute of Historical Studies at Calcutta and Orissa History Congress. He is Member of 'Hirakhand Trust', a leading newspeaper of Orissa and 'Nabalipi Sahitya dhara Trust', Many research papers of him are published in different Journals, Bulletins, Periodicals, Magazines, Weeklies and Papers. He worker, enagaged in cultural findings and studies. Subjeets: Archaeology, Andient History, Culture Contents:- Preface • Abbreviations • List of IIustrations • Prologue • Geographical Introduction •Ancient Period • South Kosala as Depicted in the Ancient Literature and Archaeology up to the Gupta Period • Early Ruling Dynasties • Rise and Decline of the Somavamsis • Later Ruling Dynasties • Religion • Art and Architecture • Conclusion • Appendix • Bibliography The Title 'Cultural Profile of South Kosala: From Early Period Till the Rise of the Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th Century A.D. written/authored/edited by J. Prasad Singh Deo', published in the year 1987. The ISBN 9788121200950 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 416 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is History / Archaeology. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121200950

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Based on firsthand literary, Archaeological materials, the book deals with all aspects of the History and culture of Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th century who were the inhabitants of western Orissa. The value of the work is very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. The present work is based on first Hand literaray, archaeological materials and deals with all aspects of the history and culture of a part of Western Orissa. Three districts of Orissa, viz. Sambalpur, Balangir and Kalahandi formed the Eastern part of South Kosala in Ancient and Medieval periods. Though many pre-historic findings and scattered antiquities have been explored, the history and Civilization of this part of Orissa has hitherto not been studied critically The present work is a very Successful attempt to fulfil this desideratum. The book shows new horizon to the Study of Mahanadi valley, its civilization and hints that flowed down the Mahanadi river. The author has left no stone unturned in his approach. The value of the work is also very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end.Printed Pages: 416. Seller Inventory # 105667

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. Based on firsthand literary, Archaeological materials, the book deals with all aspects of the History and culture of Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th century who were the inhabitants of western Orissa. The value of the work is very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. The present work is based on first Hand literaray, archaeological materials and deals with all aspects of the history and culture of a part of Western Orissa. Three districts of Orissa, viz. Sambalpur, Balangir and Kalahandi formed the Eastern part of South Kosala in Ancient and Medieval periods. Though many pre-historic findings and scattered antiquities have been explored, the history and Civilization of this part of Orissa has hitherto not been studied critically The present work is a very Successful attempt to fulfil this desideratum. The book shows new horizon to the Study of Mahanadi valley, its civilization and hints that flowed down the Mahanadi river. The author has left no stone unturned in his approach. The value of the work is also very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. Contents: Preface Abbreviations List of Illustrations Prologue 1. Geographical Introduction 2. Ancient Period 3. South Kosala as Depicted in the Ancient Literature and Archaeology upto the Gupta Period 4. Early Ruling Dynasties 5. Rise and Decline of the Somavamsis 6. Later Ruling Dynasties 7. Religion 8. Art and Architecture Conclusion Printed Pages: 416. Seller Inventory # 35261

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. Based on firsthand literary, Archaeological materials, the book deals with all aspects of the History and culture of Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th century who were the inhabitants of western Orissa. The value of the work is very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. The present work is based on first Hand literaray, archaeological materials and deals with all aspects of the history and culture of a part of Western Orissa. Three districts of Orissa, viz. Sambalpur, Balangir and Kalahandi formed the Eastern part of South Kosala in Ancient and Medieval periods. Though many pre-historic findings and scattered antiquities have been explored, the history and Civilization of this part of Orissa has hitherto not been studied critically The present work is a very Successful attempt to fulfil this desideratum. The book shows new horizon to the Study of Mahanadi valley, its civilization and hints that flowed down the Mahanadi river. The author has left no stone unturned in his approach. The value of the work is also very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. Contents: Preface Abbreviations List of Illustrations Prologue 1. Geographical Introduction 2. Ancient Period 3. South Kosala as Depicted in the Ancient Literature and Archaeology upto the Gupta Period 4. Early Ruling Dynasties 5. Rise and Decline of the Somavamsis 6. Later Ruling Dynasties 7. Religion 8. Art and Architecture Conclusion Printed Pages: 416. Seller Inventory # 35261

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. Based on firsthand literary, Archaeological materials, the book deals with all aspects of the History and culture of Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th century who were the inhabitants of western Orissa. The value of the work is very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. The present work is based on first Hand literaray, archaeological materials and deals with all aspects of the history and culture of a part of Western Orissa. Three districts of Orissa, viz. Sambalpur, Balangir and Kalahandi formed the Eastern part of South Kosala in Ancient and Medieval periods. Though many pre-historic findings and scattered antiquities have been explored, the history and Civilization of this part of Orissa has hitherto not been studied critically The present work is a very Successful attempt to fulfil this desideratum. The book shows new horizon to the Study of Mahanadi valley, its civilization and hints that flowed down the Mahanadi river. The author has left no stone unturned in his approach. The value of the work is also very much enhanced by the plates that are appended at the end. Contents: Preface Abbreviations List of Illustrations Prologue 1. Geographical Introduction 2. Ancient Period 3. South Kosala as Depicted in the Ancient Literature and Archaeology upto the Gupta Period 4. Early Ruling Dynasties 5. Rise and Decline of the Somavamsis 6. Later Ruling Dynasties 7. Religion 8. Art and Architecture Conclusion Printed Pages: 416. Seller Inventory # 35261

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About this Item: Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi, India, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 111128

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present piece of work is the outcome of the holistic, original documentation and survey of the art and architecture of South Kosala which is one of the interesting and dazzling chapters of Indian art history. Temples of a wide range of varieties were constructed in India during the post Gupta period over a time span of more than a millennium broadly in three varieties, namely nagara, dravida and vesara. The inscription Amritesvara temple at Holal Karnataka speaks of the Kalingan style too. The regional schools of art adopting nagara style came into existence under the patronage of the local ruling dynasties between 6 th -11 th century AD. in the territory of South Kosala. This aspect of cultural history has not received adequate attention of the scholars hitherto. These temples of South Kosala later on developed a sub-regional manifestation. The temples were constructed either of brick or brick and stone or entirely of stone. The uniqueness in the South Kosalan architecture is that group of temples constructed after a star-shaped ground plan, rarely found elsewhere in India. As many as eleven temples of this type documented so far, revealed an interesting account of their architecture. Besides, altogether twenty three temples have been documented including both stellate and non-stellate temples. Thus the study focuses that South Kosala played a significant role in the temple building of all conceivable forms and Experiments of which stellate order is not only pronounced but also unique. Printed Pages: 268. Seller Inventory # 107344

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present piece of work is the outcome of the holistic, original documentation and survey of the art and architecture of South Kosala which is one of the interesting and dazzling chapters of Indian art history. Temples of a wide range of varieties were constructed in India during the post Gupta period over a time span of more than a millennium broadly in three varieties, namely nagara, dravida and vesara. The inscription Amritesvara temple at Holal Karnataka speaks of the Kalingan style too. The regional schools of art adopting nagara style came into existence under the patronage of the local ruling dynasties between 6 th -11 th century AD. in the territory of South Kosala. This aspect of cultural history has not received adequate attention of the scholars hitherto. These temples of South Kosala later on developed a sub-regional manifestation. The temples were constructed either of brick or brick and stone or entirely of stone. The uniqueness in the South Kosalan architecture is that group of temples constructed after a star-shaped ground plan, rarely found elsewhere in India. As many as eleven temples of this type documented so far, revealed an interesting account of their architecture. Besides, altogether twenty three temples have been documented including both stellate and non-stellate temples. Thus the study focuses that South Kosala played a significant role in the temple building of all conceivable forms and Experiments of which stellate order is not only pronounced but also unique. Printed Pages: 268. Seller Inventory # 107344

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Temple architecture: an introduction. 2. Historical background of South Kosala. 3. Temple art and architecture. 4. Temples of South Kosala-a survey. 5. Stellate temples of South Kosala. 6. Stellate temples of India: a comparative study. 7. Conclusion. Glossary. Bibliography. Index. The present piece of work is the outcome of the holistic, original documentation and survey of the art and architecture of South Kosala which is one of the interesting and dazzling chapters of Indian art history. Temples of a wide range of varieties were constructed in India during the post Gupta period over a time span of more than a millennium broadly in three varieties, namely nagara, dravida and vesara. The inscription Amritesvara temple at Holal Karnataka speaks of the Kalingan style too. The regional schools of art adopting nagara style came into existence under the patronage of the local ruling dynasties between 6 th -11 th century AD. in the territory of South Kosala. This aspect of cultural history has not received adequate attention of the scholars hitherto. These temples of South Kosala later on developed a sub-regional manifestation. The temples were constructed either of brick or brick and stone or entirely of stone. The uniqueness in the South Kosalan architecture is that group of temples constructed after a star-shaped ground plan, rarely found elsewhere in India. As many as eleven temples of this type documented so far, revealed an interesting account of their architecture. Besides, altogether twenty three temples have been documented including both stellate and non-stellate temples. Thus the study focuses that South Kosala played a significant role in the temple building of all conceivable forms and Experiments of which stellate order is not only pronounced but also unique. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 118780

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present piece of work is the outcome of the holistic, original documentation and survey of the art and architecture of South Kosala which is one of the interesting and dazzling chapters of Indian art history. Temples of a wide range of varieties were constructed in India during the post Gupta period over a time span of more than a millennium broadly in three varieties, namely nagara, dravida and vesara. The inscription Amritesvara temple at Holal Karnataka speaks of the Kalingan style too. The regional schools of art adopting nagara style came into existence under the patronage of the local ruling dynasties between 6 th -11 th century AD. in the territory of South Kosala. This aspect of cultural history has not received adequate attention of the scholars hitherto. These temples of South Kosala later on developed a sub-regional manifestation. The temples were constructed either of brick or brick and stone or entirely of stone. The uniqueness in the South Kosalan architecture is that group of temples constructed after a star-shaped ground plan, rarely found elsewhere in India. As many as eleven temples of this type documented so far, revealed an interesting account of their architecture. Besides, altogether twenty three temples have been documented including both stellate and non-stellate temples. Thus the study focuses that South Kosala played a significant role in the temple building of all conceivable forms and Experiments of which stellate order is not only pronounced but also unique. Printed Pages: 268. Seller Inventory # 107344

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