afaktravel.com


Main / Communication / Temples of the Indus

Temples of the Indus download

Temples of the Indus

26 Jul In Pakistan's northwest, a sequence of temples built between the sixth and the tenth centuries provides a missing chapter in the evolution of the. In Pakistan's northwest, a sequence of temples built between the sixth and the tenth centuries provides a missing chapter in the evolution of the Hindu temple in . "As it is, Meister's narrative, combined with the excellent photographs of the temples and their surrounding landscapes along with illustrations of their ground .

Masonry temples built in the sixth to tenth centuries in what is now northwest Pakistan remain neglected in the historiography of South Asian temple architecture. High above the mighty Indus, on hills commonly called the Salt Range, stand important remains of forts with citadels and temples (Fig. 1). Built from the 6th to the. Drawing on recent archaeology and scholarship, this book establishes a sequence of temples built between the sixth and tenth centuries in Pakistan's northwest.

22 Feb The book under review presents the results of a joint inter-disciplinary University of Pennsylvania and Peshawar University research project. 27 Feb Temples of the Indus: Studies in the Hindu Architecture of Ancient Pakistan. By Michael W. Meister. Leiden: Brill, Pp. xv + $ Article Michael Meister, Temples of the Indus: Studies in the Hindu Architecture of Ancient Pakistan. Reviewed by J. Mark Kenoyer. J. Mark Kenoyer.

More:



В© 2018 afaktravel.com - all rights reserved!