Saga in stone

India, 1949

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Glimpses of a few of the sculptures which made famous the craftsmanship of Indian artists. Among the examples illustrated are the temples of Konarak in Orissa; one of the noblest monuments that man has raised to the Sun God, the Shrine of Kalugumalai carved out of a single rock; the Domambullar in Pudukotah State; the ruins of Hampi in the South; a relic of the Vijayanagar Kingdom, and the shrines at Khajuraho in Central India.



M. Bhavnani

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Documentary Films of India






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