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The Transformation of Earthly Beings into Symbols of Aspiration -- A Note on Vijayanagara Paintings Splendours of the Vijayanagara Empire - Hampi, edited by Vasundhara Filliozat and George Michell,

Title:The Transformation of Earthly Beings into Symbols of Aspiration -- A Note on Vijayanagara Paintings Splendours of the Vijayanagara Empire - Hampi, edited by Vasundhara Filliozat and George Michell,
Author:Anand, Mulk Raj
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 33-4, Vol. 33-4, p. 107-120
Abstract:The tradition of decorating temples with wall paintings continued in south India through the ages. This continuity is well reflected in the paintings of the Vijayanagara period (late 14th to mid-16th century) in the Kundari Kailasha temple at Tiruvellarai; the sangitamandapa in the Tiruparuttikunram temple; the rangamandapa, ardhamandapa, and garbhagirha in the Lepakshi temple; and the Virupaksha temple in Hampi.

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