Narsiṁhapriyā (prof. A.V.N. Murthy Felicitation Volume): Essays on Indian Archaeology, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Art, Architecture, Iconography, and Cultural History, Volume 2

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Sundeep Prakashan, 2000 - India - 233 pages

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Contents

Editors Note
233
Alleged Mitra rule at Tripuri 175 22 Alleged Mitra rule at Tripuri
234
Prof A V Narasimha Murthy A Biographical Sketch xxi
241
INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
251
Patronage of Early Medieval Temples of Jammu region Analysed
257
A Study of the Temples shifted from Kudavelli to Alampur
263
The Space in Hoysala Architecture
269
Rāștrakūța Temple A New Discovery in Tamilnādu
281
Indian cultural Links with Indonesia
345
Some Archaeological
351
Agrāhāra and Ownership A Case study from Andhra
355
Lokopakāra as a Source for Ancient Karnāțaka History
361
Two Less known works of Bilhaņa
367
Vļkshāyurveda of Parāśara
373
The Period of Decline in Sea faring by the Bengalees
379
The Idea of Progress in History
389

Ornamentation of floors in Muggulu Peļțuța Medieval Andhra
287
Impact of the Adil Shahi Architecture form and style on the
293
Fresh Evidences on the cult of Narasimha
301
The Nolamba Henjerappa Image from Hemavatī
309
Two rare Saiva icons
317
Buddha Image from Kunthuru
329
Vaidic Religion in SouthEast Asia
339
The Mathas in Pāņdyan Townships
395
Religious policy of RājarājaI
409
The Righthand and Lefthand Divisions A Reconsideration
419
Recent Researches on Śrī Krşņadevarāya
425
The Gupta period
433
Reference to Vệkşaśāstra in Kautilyas Arthaśāstra
441
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