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Medieval Sculpture: Ramgarh

Title:Medieval Sculpture: Ramgarh
Author:Sahiar, Dolly
Enumeration:Vol. 12 Issue no. 2; March 1959, p. 64-66
Abstract:The antiquities in the village of Srinagar near Ramgarh, 60 miles east of Kota, were noted by Mr. Garrick, an assistant of Alexander Cunningham (Director General, Archaeological Survey of India), in his report of 1883-84. The outer wall of the main temple, still extant, is covered with carvings which appear like a series of bas reliefs. One of the most remarkable specimens at the site is the broken torso of a mother and child.

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