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Encyclopaedia of Indian temple architecture - Dhaky, M A & Meister, Michael W (e - 1996. 
New Delhi : American Institute of Indian Studies, 1996. 1st Edition in this form. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw with very minor shelf wear. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. ; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 598 pages; Physical desc.: (2 Vols. Set), (xxvii, 598, Book I: Text) ; (Book 2: Plates) : Contents: Style Code for Plate References; Plate Chapter Reference; Plates: 1 to 1674, This part, covers the full range of the Medieval Indian Temple Architecture in Upper Dravidadesa. It therefore, embodies the survey of the medieval temples and associated buildings, particularly those in the territories, of the Calukyas of Kalyana. Hoysalas of Doraasamudra and of the Subordinate dynasties such as the Kadambas, Rattas, Guttas, Seunas, Santaras and others in Karnatakas empire as also those in the domains of the Kakatiyas of Varangal, the Calukyas of Vemulavada, the Telugu Codas, The Reddis, and Malyalas, all in the Telangana territory of Andhra Pradesh. And it ends with a chapter on Alupas on Tulunadu, contributed by H. Sarkar Text: Demy 4to, 598pp., with 315 line drawings. Plates: demy 4to, 1674 b/w photographs.
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