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eBook Stupa and its Technology: A Tibeto-Buddhist Perspective (Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts) ePub
Author: Pema Dorjee
Language: English
ISBN: 8120813014
ISBN13: 978-8120813014
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass; 2 edition (April 2, 2001)
Pages: 234
Category: Architecture
Subcategory: Photo
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Series: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts. Hardcover: 234 pages. This book is required reading for anyone seriously interested in building a stupa

Series: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts. This book is required reading for anyone seriously interested in building a stupa. So as a reference book it's indispensable, despite the fact that it's literary style lacks fluency.

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Stupa and Its Technology : A Tibeto-Buddhist Perspective. Over time, the structural shape of the stupa underwent significant modifications in India and the other Asian Buddhist countries.

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Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi is a premier government-funded arts organization in India. It is an autonomous institution under the Union Ministry of Culture. The IGNCA was launched on 19 November 1985 by Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi at a function where the symbolism of the components was clearly articulated at different levels.

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A Tibeto-Buddhist Perspective (Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts). Published April 2, 2001 by Motilal Banarsidass Pub.

These temples are distinguished by the reliefs of terracotta and stone sculptures of Hindu and Buddhist gods and goddesses.

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Janpath, New Delhi, India CONCEPT NOTE International Conference on The Cham Art Heritage of Vietnam: Ecological, Cultural and Art Historical Traditions April 25-26, 2014 Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts will hold an International Conference on Cham Art Heritage of Vietnam. The Cham people are the inhabitants of mountainous region of Central - South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. These temples are distinguished by the reliefs of terracotta and stone sculptures of Hindu and Buddhist gods and goddesses.

Among all the religious monuments of the world, the stupa has the longest uninterrupted historical development. Though modeled after the Indian prototype, the stupa architecture was developed in all the countries where Buddhism had flourished. Over time, the structural shape of the stupa underwent significant modifications in India and the other Asian Buddhist countries. The present study shows how Tibet became a treasure house of Buddhist culture and literature--highlighting important texts dealing with stupa architecture. Various ritual activities associated with the construction of the stupa are described along with the eight fundamental types of Tibeto-Buddhist stupas and their main structural components. A survey of the stupas found in the upper Indus Valley in the Leh region of Ladakh shows their similarity to the Tibeto-Buddhist tradition. The value of the book is enhanced by an appendix with English translation of four important Tibetan texts preceded by transliteration. This monograph is the first in the new sub-series of the IGNCA on the Buddhist stupas, which would not be restricted to India alone. It is hoped that such studies will enable the art-historians and archaeologists to understand this important structural form in totality in relation to its wide geographical spread and the distinctive features of particular developments in different countries.
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