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Medieval Sculpture: Kiradu

Title:Medieval Sculpture: Kiradu
Author:Agrawala, R.C.
Enumeration:Vol. 12 Issue no. 2; March 1959, p. 45-48
Abstract:An account of the sculptures of the Kiradu temples, 124 miles from Jodhpur. The most prominent is the Somesvara temple dedicated to Shiva, with a shrine, ante-chamber, hall, and porch. The other remains are a smaller Shiva temple, two temples depicting Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu seated with their consorts, a broken garbhagriha and sabha mandapa, and other miscellaeous sculptures.

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