Buddhist Hasta Mudra Recognition Using Morphological Features

@inproceedings{Bhaumik2020BuddhistHM,
  title={Buddhist Hasta Mudra Recognition Using Morphological Features},
  author={Gopa Bhaumik and Mahesh Chandra Govil},
  booktitle={ICML 2020},
  year={2020}
}
Mudras are considered as spiritual gestures in the religious sense and hold a very important place in the cultural and spiritual space in India. Images are the symbolic representations of divinity in religious artwork and their origins are conveyed through the religions and spiritual beliefs. Such gestures also have some specific meaning in the Buddhist religion. It refers to some of the events in the life of Buddha or denotes special characteristics of the Buddha deities. In recent years… 

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