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1 Dr A.V. Narasimha Murthy & K.M. Suresh (Authors)
Hemakuta: (Recent Reserches in Archaeology and Museology), 2 Vols
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2001; 8186050663 / 9788186050668; Hardcover; New; New; 
This Two Volume Felicitation Volume Brought Out In Honour Of C.T.M. Kotraiah Has 84 Invaluable Papers Penned By Experienced And Proficient Scholars Divulging Their Recent Findings On Various Topics Of Scholastic And Archaeological Interests. This Felicitation Volume, Brought Out By The Friends And Admires Of Shri C.T.M. Kotraiah Is To Honour Him Appreciating His Memorable Services To The Development Of The Site Museums Of The Archaeologicalsurvey Of India And His Valuable Papers Penned By Experienced And Proficient Scholars Divulging Their Recent Findings On Various Topics Of Scholastic And Archaeological Interests. They Are Arranged In Six Sections As :*Prehistory, Protohistory And Anthropology; * Historical Archaeology; *Art, Architecture And Paintings; *History And Epigraphy; *Conservation Of Cultural Property; * Museology And Museums. 110778

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2 Dr K.M. Suresh and Prof. Laxman Telagavi (eds)
Raghu Smriti: Recent Researches in Archaeology (in Honour of Late Dr H.R. Raghunath Bhat)
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8180902064 / 9788180902062; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 380 with 61 colour and b/w illustrations. 029253

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3 Dr K.M. Suresh
Ramayana Sculptures from Hampi - Vijayanagara
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8180902242 / 9788180902246; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 152 with 6 plans and 162 plates. 029260

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4 Dr K.M. Suresh
Saivite Sculptures of Khajuraho
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 1998; 8186050167 / 9788186050163; Hardcover; New; New; 
110803

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5 Dr N.C. Panda & Dr K.M. Suresh (Authors)
Temple Architecture of Orissa
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2014; 8180903273 / 9788180903274; Hardcover; New; New; 
The Orissan temple architecture ranging from seventh century to thirteenth century A. D., however corresponds to an altogether different category for their unique representations called Kalingan style of temple architecture. Though, broadly they come under the Northern or Nagara style, they have certain special features which are uniquely their own. The Orissan temples are of three types, viz. (i) Rekha Deula, (ii) Khakhara Deula, and (iii) Pidha or Bhadra Deula. The temples of Orissa exhibit a majestic grandeur. An Orissan temple (deula) usually consists of a sanctum, one or several front porches (jagamahana) usually with pyramidal roofs, a dancing hall (Nata-mandira) and a hall of offerings, i.e. bhoga-mandira.This book mainly contains three chapters. The first chapter speaks about the temples of Bhubaneswar. The second chapter describes the temples of Puri and the third chapter elaborates the features and importance of Konark Sun temple in detail. However, the book aims at studying the Architectural aspect of the Orissan temple. The students, scholars and the general readers may get detail information about the various temples of Orissa. 110604

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6 Dr K.M. Suresh
Temples of Hampi
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2003; 818090010X / 9788180900105; Hardcover; New; New; 
Hampi Is Noted For Its Magnificient Temples And Gopuras As Popularly Known As Raya-Gopuras. The Work Aims At Presenting A Detailed Description Of These Temples, And Their Environs With Plans And Photographs. Hampi, Now A Semi-Urban Village Is Situated On The Southern Bank Of River Tungabhadra In Hospet Taluk, Bellary District, Karnataka Played An Important Role As Capital Of Mighty Hindu Empire Of Vijayanagara And Stood As A Bulwork Against The Onslaught Of The Northern Invaders For Nearly Two And A Half Centuries (From 1336 To 1565 A.D.). The Vijayanagara Rulers Were Tolerant Towards All Religions And Constructed Temples For Shaiva, Vaishnava And Jaibs At Hampi And Throughout Their Empire, Therby Preserving Art And Culture Of Karnataka. Hampi Is Noted For Its Magnificent Temples And Gopuras As Popularly Known As Rayagopuras. This Work Aims At Presenting A Detailed Description Of Temples Of Hampi And Its Environs With Plans And Photographs. Printed Pages: 197. 110759

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7 Dr K.M. Suresh
Temples of Karnataka: Ground Plans and Elevations: Volume I: Text; Volume II: Plans and Plates
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2003; 8180900134 / 9788180900136; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 358 with 239 b/w maps and plans and 198 halftone illustrations. 019345

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8 Dr K.M. Suresh
Vaikunthanatha or Lakshmana Temple at Khajuraho
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2012; 8191024047 / 9788191024043; Hardcover; New; New; 
Foreword. Preface. 1. General information. 2. Legends and history. 3. Architecture. 4. Art. 5. Conclusion. Bibliography. Glossary. Index.The Vaikunthanatha or Lakshmana temple is one of the earliest, best preserved and most typical of evolved and finest monument stands in the centre of a large cluster of ancient temples, Wester group of temples of Khajuraho, variously known as Ramachandra of Chaturbhuja of Chandella dynasty. This is the only temple which preserves all the principal elements of Sandhara Prasada of the Panchayatana variety, namely Mukhamandapa, Mandapa, Maha-mandapa with transepts, Antarala and Garbhagriha with an inner Pradakshinapatha and the four subsidiary shrines are placed at the four corners on the jagati or the platform terrace. Its mature plan and design, grand dimensions and symmetrical proportions, superb sculptural embellishment and architectural elaboration, marks the most evolved and finished achievements of the central Indian building style and one of the sublime creations of Indian architecture. Printed Pages: 161. 110664

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9 Dr K.M. Suresh
Vijayanagara Sculptures at Hampi
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2011; 8180902803 / 9788180902802; Hardcover; New; New; 
Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Historical perspective. 3. Art traditions prior to Vijayanagara. 4. Sculptural art during Vijayanagara period. 5. Shaiva sculptures. 6. Vaishnava sculptures. 7. Jaina sculptures. 8. Sculptures of minor divinities. 9. Sculptures of devotees. 10. Sculptures of devotees. Conclusion. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.The Vijayanagara Empire with its capital at Hampi in Karnataka was founded by Harihara I of the Sangama dynasty around 1336 A.D. to preserve the Hindu Dharma their prevailing culture, social order and check the onslaughts of Islam in South India. The Vijayanagara emperors and their feudatories were highly learned persons and they did their best to sustain political freedom, preservation and popularization of Santana Hindu Dharma art literature, architecture, paining etc. Due to their characteristic tolerance and the compromising attitude of rulers, sculptures of different schools of thought flourished within their empire.The Vijayanagara sculptures of Hampi (1336 to 1565 A.D.) had different religious influences as reflected in the sculptural representations of the prevailing faiths-Shaivism, Vaishnavism and Jainism. The present study on the Vijayanagara Sculptures at Hampi is grouped into five chapters. The introductory chapter deals with the sites and the environment covering Anegundi, Kamalpur, Kadirampura, Malapangudi, Ananthasayanagudi, Naganahalli, Hospet and Timmalapura. The second chapter is devoted to the historical perspective which shows that the foundation of the Vijayanagara empire in the 14 century was an epoch making event, not only in the history of Karnataka, but also of the whole of South India. It reveals that its founders were inspired by patriotic ideals embodied with the spirit of freedom and determination to sacrifice anything on that account. It covers from Harihara (1336 A.D.) to Sadasivaraya (1570 A.D.). The third chapter reflects on the art traditions prior to Vijayanagara. The Chalukyas (c. 450-755 A.D. were a great power in South India and the magnificent sculptures of Aihole, Badami and Pattadakal are due to their patronage. The sculptural art which flourished during the Vijayanagara period, as finds mention in the fourth chapter, was influenced by the literary works like the Vedas, Puranas, Epics and canons on iconography as codified in the Agamas. Chapters five, six and seven abundantly dwell on the Shaiva, Vaishnava and Jaina sculptures respectively. Minor divinities and devotees find description in the last two chapters of the book. The book is richly illustrated with plenty of sculptures of the various Gods. Printed Pages: 259. 110677

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