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by Albrect Frenz,Krishna Kumar Marar

  • Author: Albrect Frenz,Krishna Kumar Marar
  • ISBN: 3897902087
  • ISBN13: 978-3897902084
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt; Bilingual edition (January 25, 2007)
  • Pages: 208
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Wall Paintings in Northkerala India: 100 Years of Temple Art ePub download

Thousand Years of Wall Painting in Northern Kerala Indien. by Albrecht Frenz and Krishna Kumar Marar. The state of Kerala in south-western India possesses numerous temples, many of them unknown.

Thousand Years of Wall Painting in Northern Kerala Indien. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9783897902084.

Book Description For thirty years the scholar and photographer K. K. Marar has studied the wall-paintings in the Kerala temples.

The state of Kerala in south-western India possesses numerous temples, many of them unknown. From the 12th century on down to the present, artists have been painting religious pictures in brilliant colours on the external walls of these temples. These paintings attest to intense joie de vivre conveyed by Hindu myth and legend. For thirty years the scholar and photographer K. From the twelfth century to the present, artists have been painting religious pictures in brilliant colours on the external walls of these temples. Text in English and German.

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K K Marar is the author of Wall Paintings in North Kerala/India: 1000 Years of Temple Art. The book focuses on the tradition of wall painting in South Indian temples. It is a documentation of murals in thirty temples in the region of northern Kerala. From the twelfth century onwards, artists decorated the exterior walls of the sanctum with pictures of important deities, like Shiva, Vishnu, Krishna, or Bhagavati. Nearby cities: Coordinates: 11°44'50"N 75°30'2"E. Narayanan Nair (guest).

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Wall paintings in North Kerala, India: 1000 years of temple art, Albrecht Frenz, Ke. Ke Mārār, page 93. ^ a b Boulanger 1997, Ghurye 1951. Miller, Daniel & Banerjee, Mukulika; (2004) "The Sari", Lustre press, Roli books. "Say it in gold and off-white". Krishna Iyer (1971) "Kerala’s Relations with the Outside World," pp. 70, 71 in The Cochin Synagogue Quatercentenary Celebrations Commemoration Volume, Kerala History Association, Cochin. Periplus Maris Erythraei, The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, (trans). Wilfred Schoff (1912), reprinted South Asia Books 1995. Ke Mārār, page 9. History of Kasuti is mentioned by Govind D. Belgaumkar and Anil Kumar Sastry (27 October 2006). ^ Miller, Daniel & Banerjee, Mukulika; (2004) "The Sari", Lustre press, Roli books. a b Govind Sadashiv Ghurye (1951) "Indian Costume. Unique symbols of Karnataka".

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The state of Kerala in south-western India possesses numerous temples, many of them unknown. From the twelfth century to the present, artists have been painting religious pictures in brilliant colours on the external walls of these temples. These paintings attest to intense joie de vivre conveyed by Hindu myth and legend. For thirty years the scholar and photographer K.K. Marar has studied the wall paintings in Kerala temples. Belonging to the caste of temple drummers, he is admitted to temple precincts which would not be accessible to unauthorised persons. His co-author, Albrecht Frenz, is a theologian and specialist in Indian languages and literature, and has undertaken research in southern India for decades. Text in English and German.