Author:Doris Meth Srinivasan

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Listening to Icons: Indian Iconographic and Iconological Studies, Vol. I

By: Doris Meth Srinivasan

Price: $65.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Aryan Books International: 2016

Seller ID: 110408

ISBN: 8173055513

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The volume is divided into four parts: Part I commences with an explanatory introduction outlining the importance of this hoard. This also serves as a comprehensive backdrop of the present study; Part II covers classification and cataloguing. Here an attempt has been made to refer to most of the published material and views, with drawings and illustrations of obverse and reverse of each variety in tabulated form; Part III incorporates the observations on the present study and includes tables of the symbols in detail, as well as a brief description on extra-marks and half-coins; Part IV compris... View more info

Listening to Icons: Indian Iconographic and Iconological Studies, Vol. I

By: Doris Meth Srinivasan

Price: $65.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Aryan Books International: 2016

Seller ID: 117990

ISBN: 8173055513

Condition: New


This anthology represents papers most characteristic of the author’s investigative strengths and methods in the domains of Indian art history and Indology. The selected papers were published between 1979 and 2015. In numerous cases, the large time span covered by these papers has been brought up-to-date. New information reflects developments in the field or in the author’s thinking, and it is noted by an asterisk at the end of a given paper.The sixteen papers in Volume I fall within four main themes: Saiva, Vaisnava, Secular and Folk Themes as well as Narrative Art. Within these bro... View more info

Vishnu: Hinduism's Blue-Skinned Savior

By: Joan Cummins (ed.); Contributions By Doris Meth Srinivasan, Leslie C. Orr, Cynthia Packert, and Neeraja Poddar

Price: $54.95

Publisher: Ahmedabad, India, Mapin Publishing: 2011

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 036559

ISBN: 8189995480

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Vishnu - one of Hinduism's most important and powerful deities - is the great Preserver, vanquishing those who seek to destroy the balance of the universe. In Hindu legend, Vishnu descends to earth in many manifestations, known as avatars, to fight powerful demons and to save his devotees. The avatars range in form from Varaha the boar to Parashurama the Brahmin warrior, and in character from Narasimha the ferocious half-man half-lion, to Krishna the charismatic prince-cowherd. The legends of Vishnu have inspired some of the greatest art, literature, and ritual traditions in India. Essays by... View more info