4 edition of Elements of Hindu iconography found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Hindu iconography.|
|Statement||by T.A. Gopinatha Rao.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 4 :|
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into /5. This treatise is an early attempt for a diligent search into the origin, descriptions, symbols, mythological background, meaning and moral aims of Hindu images.
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All Hindu icons are visual representatives of the transcendent Divine and the Spiritual Forces which support, sustain and direct the Cosmos.
The art and symbology of Icons has been developed to an extremely sophisticated degree by the Hindu mind. Each and every feature of an icon has a profound truth.
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Vol. I, Part I contains a long Introduction discussing among other things the origin of Hindu image. Gopinatha Rao, T. A. Elements of Hindu Iconography. 3d ed. 2 vols. Delhi: Motilal Banarasidas, E-mail Citation» A standard source for learning about various Hindu deities and their symbols and attributes as well as descriptions of the deities in major classical Hindu texts.
Originally published in Maxwell, T. S.About the book Sixteenth in the Series of Collected Works of Dr. Ananda Coomaraswamy in the IGNCA’s publication programme, Elements of Buddhist Iconography was first published by the Harvard University Press in This new edition, ably edited and revised by Shri Krishna Deva, has been enriched by incorporating the additions made by Coomaraswamy in his own hand in .Author: Gopinatha Rao, T.
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