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Gupta-Vakataka Parallels in Chalukyan Art The Golden Age: Gupta Art - Empire, Province and Influence, edited by Karl Khandalavala,

Title:Gupta-Vakataka Parallels in Chalukyan Art The Golden Age: Gupta Art - Empire, Province and Influence, edited by Karl Khandalavala,
Author:Shetti, B.V.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 42-3, p. 103-108
Abstract:The works of art created by the master sculptors of Northern India during the Gupta-Vakataka period exerted a profound influence on subsequent artistic traditions in South India in the Andhra-Karnataka region during the Chalukyan era. This article discusses Gupta-Vakataka parallels in Chalukyan art especially through sculpture. It highlights the sculpture of temples at Badami, Aihole, and Pattadakal.

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