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Conveyance as Depicted in Hoysala Sculptures- A Study

Title:Conveyance as Depicted in Hoysala Sculptures- A Study
Author:Patel Dayananda. T
Publication:Itihasa Darshana / Karnataka Itihasa Academy, Bangalore
Enumeration:Vol6, 1991
Abstract:The Hoysala sculptural work is exceedingly fine and at the same time extremely crowded with details. They prent a picturesque view of the contemporary social life of the period.A study of conveyance facilities of the time as depicted in the temple sculptures has been described here.The ususal means of conveyance during Hoysala times consisted of two kinds, namely those for land transport and for water transport.The sculptures give us an idea of trappings used for various animals, the types of carriages,both drawn by horses and bullocks, hand pulled carts and also boats.

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