Indian Architecture

Indian Architecture

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Of these examples decidedly the most remarkable is located in the small seaport of Beypore, south of Calicut. ... Kovil, which in both design and construction appears to be a deliberate copy of a double roofed Nepalese temple of the late ... struts, they recall the types common in the mountains of the north, as well as to a lesser degree the stone temples of Kashmir. ... If the exteriors of these temples suggest a wooden origin, the interiors are obviously lithic, as the numerous pillars of theanbsp;...

Title:Indian Architecture
Author: Percy Brown
Publisher: - 1949

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