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FCSarch 05 Hindu Temples & Buddhist Stuppa

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    • 1. Murti. (statue of Shiva in Bangalore )
    • 2. Lingam or Linga
    • 3. Linga                                                     
    • 4. Linga
    • 5. Linga adored
    • 6. Shore Temple at Mahabalipura
    • 7. The Sringeri Vidyaranya Temple
    • 8. Components of a typical Hindu Temple
    • 9. Brahmeswara Temple, 9 th c. India (at Bhubaneswar)
    • 10. Brahmeswara Temple
    • 11. Brahmeswara Temple, 9 th century (in Norwich)
    • 12. Brahmeswara Temple
    • 13. Brahmeswara Temple
    • 14. 24 radials of a circle
    • 15. Brahmeshvara Temple
    • 16. Misc. 12 th century                                                                
    • 17. Misc. Prambanan, Indonesia
    • 18. PATADAKEL
    • 19. Patadakel, map
    • 20. Pattadakal. Virupaksha Temple is the biggest, c.745
    • 21. Pattadakal. Temples of both "Northern style" and "Southern style"
    • 22. Patadakel. Wall decoration of Galaganatha Temple, 8th century
    • 23. SANCHI, map (central India)
    • 24. Stupa at Sanchi (see notes)
    • 25. Stupa at Sanchi
    • 26. Stupa at Sanchi, another in the group
    • 27. Stupa at Sanchi, gate detail wood carving techniques transferred to stone
    • 28. BOROBUDUR Buddhist Stupa Borobudur c.800CE Indonesia
    • 29. Borobudur (see notes)
    • 30. Borobudur -- one of the most magnificent Buddhist shrines in the world -- was built at the end of the 9th century by the Hindu kings of the Sailendra dynasty. Borobudur is located 42 kms west of Yogyakarta, on the island of Java in Indonesia. The plan for this stupa is a schematized representation of the cosmos, a mandala (Any of various radial geometric designs symbolic of the universe, traditionally used in Hinduism and Buddhism as an aid to meditation)
    • 31. Borobudur (see notes)
    • 32. Borobudur
    • 33. Borobudur (see notes)
    • 34. Borobudur
    • 35. Borobudur
    • 36.  
    • 37. ANGKOR WAT, Cambodia
    • 38. Angkor Wat
    • 39. Angkor Wat
    • 40. Angkor Wat