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Published by Printed by the Superintendent, Government Press in Madras .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Government Museum (Madras, India) -- Catalogs,
  • Sculpture, Buddhist -- India -- Amaravati -- Catalogs,
  • Sculpture, Indic -- India -- Amaravati -- Catalogs,
  • Sculpture -- India -- Madras -- Catalogs

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby C. Sivaramamurti.
GenreCatalogs.
SeriesBulletin of the Madras Government Museum -- v. 4
ContributionsSivaramamurti, C.
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 376 p., 65 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages376
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21739200M

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Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Get this from a library! Amaravati sculptures in the Madras Government Museum. [C Sivaramamurti]. Madras: Thompson & Co. for Madras Government Museum. Very Good. Second Edition. A handsome copy in supple half calf; gilt title to spine. Sixty-five plat. The Amaravati Collection, sometimes called the Amaravati Marbles, is a series of sculptures and inscriptions in the British Museum from the Amaravathi Mahachaitya in Amaravathi, Guntur in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Amaravati artefacts entered the Museum's collection in the eduevazquez.comered: , Amaravathi Mahachaitya.

The stūpa at Amarāvatī is the oldest and one of the most celebrated monuments in coastal Andhra region, S.E. India. It flourished for over five hundred years (ca. BCE CE), and remained active until the 14th century. Since its modern discovery in the early 19th century, numerous sculptures and inscriptions were found at Amarāvatī. Full text of "Amaravati Sculptures In The Madras Government Museum" See other formats GOVERNMENT OF INDIA DEPARTMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGY CENTRAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL LIBRARY i Vc ng, S> 7 ^ Call No. D.G.A. Madras Government Museum Bulletin Vol. II No.2 Anthropology ; Eurasians of Madras and Malabar, Note on Tatooing: Malagasy Nias Dravidians: Toda Petition by Edgar Thurston * Madras Government Museum Bulletin - Anthropology - Bulletin Vol. I, No. 3, by Edgar Thurston ** The proposal for a Museum in Madras was mooted by the Madras Literary Society in AD and Sir Henry Pottinger, the then Governor, obtained the sanction of the Court of Directors of the East India Company in London.

To Dr. Ananda Coomaraswami's Museum in Boston, he gave in AD as the gift of the Madras Government 18 pieces of Amaravati sculptures, 37 wood carvings and 11 sculptures; pieces in all, including a few bronzes to the Prince of Wales Museum; and 22 pieces to the Lucknow Museum. The Madras Museum has given more to other Museums in India. Amaravati Publications and other Forest monasteries have produced many teachings in print format. Many of these publications are available in the monastery. You can find them on the large bookshelf at the entrance to the Sala (see our sitemap for the Sala). All our own publications are also available in the monastery library.. The Publication costs are met by supporters, and they are therefore. Apr 07,  · In , Edward Belfour, the curator of the Madras museum wrote to Home authorities in London that Amaravati sculptures were exposed to elements and suggested that they deserve to Location: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai, , Mount Road, Chennai, , Tamil Nadu. The great majority of sculptures are in shallow relief, and the original sculptures do not include large iconic Buddha figures. The largest collections are the group in the Government Museum, Chennai, that in the Amaravati Archaeological Museum, and the group in the British Museum Coordinates: 16°34′31″N 80°21′29″E / °N .