Corpus ID: 194101522

Elements of Hindu iconography

  title={Elements of Hindu iconography},
  author={T. A. Gopinatha Rao},
This monumental work is devoted to the interpretation of all principal Hindu icons or images and their special features. The study reveals the significance of the figure sculptures, frescoes, etc. 
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