Author: K Krishna Murthy
Publisher: Sundeep Prakashan
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185067058
The Nolambas, who flourished during the eighth to tenth centuries AD, were known for their architectural grandeur, and they played a vital role in the development of temple architecture in India.
The book presents the contemporary life, as reflected in the Nolamba sculptures. The mode of dress, coiffure, personal ornaments, the weapons of war, and the musical instruments reflecting the civilized mind of the people, have all been superbly brought within the compass of sculptural art.
This profusely illustrated and impressive work projects an in-depth and authentic account of the culture of times.
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2. Personal Ornaments
3. Hair-Styles and Head-Dresses
5. Musical Instruments
8. Miscellaneous Objects and Other Items
9. Royal Insignia
10. Flora and Fauna