A Śaiva Monastic Complex of the Kalacuris at Chunari in Central India

@article{Singh2002AM,
  title={A Śaiva Monastic Complex of the Kalacuris at Chunari in Central India},
  author={A. Singh},
  journal={South Asian Studies},
  year={2002},
  volume={18},
  pages={47 - 52}
}
  • A. Singh
  • Published 1 January 2002
  • History
  • South Asian Studies
In ancient India, the Kalacuris were amongst the principal ruling dynasties of central India. In the postGupta epoch, the Kalacuris had sway over the region for more than a millenium, longer than any other dynasty. They caused to be erected a host of temples, monasteries, portals, tanks, dwellings for the Brahmanas and conduits. The Kalacuri inscriptions mention vyakhyanasalas (lecture halls), sattras (charitable feeding houses), gardens, temples, monasteries, colleges, choultry for the… Expand
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