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Surabhi Sharman
The Hindu temple is a culmination of various architectural and design elements that come together to form a composite whole and as the temples evolved from a single-celled, flat-roofed structure to a more elaborate building, many new elements were added. The module investigates the decorative…
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Kirit Mankodi
The Rani ki Vav or ‘Queen’s stepwell’ is situated in Patan, which was the medieval capital of the Solanki empire, located 125 km north of Ahmedabad. The stepwell, a sacred memorial built entirely below ground level, is one of India’s unique contributions to the architectural heritage of the world,…
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  Berkson, Carmel. 1999. Elephanta: The Cave of Shiva. Motilal Banarasidass. Delhi.   Burgess, James. 1883. Report on the Elura Cave Temples and the Brahamanical and Jaina Caves in Western India. Archaeological Survey of India Vo. V. Tribüner & Co. Ludgate Hill. London.   Collins, Charles…
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