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Medieval Sculpture: Baroli

Title:Medieval Sculpture: Baroli
Author:Verma, C.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 12 Issue no. 2; March 1959, p. 35-38
Abstract:The early medieval temple of Baroli, on the banks of the Chambal and 30 miles southwest of Kotah, was built -- according to legend -- by Raja Hoon, the Paramara king of Chandravati. The main shrine, dedicated to Shiva, has a carved shikhara. Beyond it is an enormous mandapa supported by decorative pillars, and a square structure called Sringar Chowrie. The four smaller shrines dedicated to Devi, Mahesh Murti, Narada, and Ganesha have little sculpture

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