attracted to sculpture


attracted to sculpture

Attracted to sculpture

This sculpture has been attracting the attention of scholars for years, both in the West and in the East. There have been several attempts to revive ancient sculpture through this piece.




Several attempts in the past have attracted the attention of Western and Eastern scholars to the sculpture. And so efforts were made to encourage the work of Tabakas, sculptors, artisans, etc., and to revive ancient sculpture,

As has been done in the above Ramraj Granth. The criticism applies to the Dravidian country. Its sections are also divided into Peeth, Stambh, Prastar, Viman, and Gayapur. Which is taken from the book “Manesar”. About a year ago, Dr. Acharya of Allahabad published a book on Mansar in three parts.

The rules regarding the proportion of the main part of Prasad and its sub-parts have been precisely given in Mansar Granth. But in Shipratnakar’s book and in other books of Shilp such a ratio is given as per the rules. It is clear from the similarity that the seed of the story of the craft will be the same.

In ancient times there were 18 schools.

Kailaswasi Road. Vaze L. C. I. Engineer has studied Hindi Shilp Shastra and published books related to it. According to him, there were 18 schools in ancient times. Kashyap, Bhrigu, Maya, and Vishwakarma are popular even today. This code is mentioned in Matsya Purana.

The codes of Bhrigu and Vishwakarma were more widely used in the Lat country and we think they may have been introduced from the south to Uttar Pradesh during the time of the first Chalukya and Rashtrakuta kings. This merger with Sheta would date to the end of that dynasty, as the Gujarat region in that merger is called Lat.

The task of integrating such codes belongs to the Muslim tradition. Some offerings in Muslim princely states during the time of fanatical pious people like Muhammad Ghazni, Muhammad Taghlakh, and Muhammad Begada; The ‘Madvira Vigere’ became fragmented, the ‘Prasado’ produced during Madshah’s time as Akbar’s supreme tolerant was few and far between. ,

There is hope for the revival of ancient Hindu culture.

Now there is the hope for a revival of ancient Hindu culture. And its success requires a thorough acquaintance with ancient sculpture. In such a situation, it is a matter of satisfaction to publish the website presented by the hands of an orator and skilled architect and sculptor like Bhavesh Sompura. Therefore, it is our strong suggestion to the public to protect this website.

Therefore, my special recommendation to the public is that they should sympathize with the book presented and adopt the hard work and efforts of the website

  • The 14 gems of this book are the sections that are arranged according to the subject.
    In this, the main section starts from Ratna III, in which information has been given about land cultivation, Khatvidhi, etc.
  • In the fourth section, the discussion has been given from Peeth to Mandovar and Garbhagriha i.e. Setum (sanctum sanctorum) and Mandap. It also contains maps of various structures of the mandap.
  • In the 5th gem, there is the rule of building a peak and an urn. The composition of Keshardvi 25 Prasad has been described in the sixth gem.
  • The types of Vairajyadi Prasad and Shabhadi Jain Prasad are also mentioned in the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th gems.
  • In the 11th and 12th Ratna, Smriti has described its form, ‘Do pilgrimage and Yakshakshini’ and Vidya-goddesses.
  • The 13th Ratna includes astrological “subjects” for observing Pratishthavadhi, Vastu Pujan, and Muhurta.

Prasad and its appendages in Shilpashastra

In Shilpashastra there is a proportional relationship between Prasad and its appendages. Long practical experience is needed to formulate such a rule. Such a rule was made in the western country also by Lykia, a lover of sculpture in Greece. And that related treatise has been composed by a librarian named Vitruvius. There is some similarity between this book and the craft book of our country.

It is possible to speculate that this may be one of the reasons for the above similarity, as the Greeks and the Rama sailors reached the cold, Malkhar coast from Saurashtra on the south bank of the Indus in the early 1800s.

Pardhi Shakararaj Rudradaman of Pardesa, who died at Avati, also mentions the offerings of that time in the Sadhana inscription, first made by Maurya Chandragupta and the Ashyak kings, a lake called Sundash near Girnar.

The description of Avati city is found in Kavikulguru Kalidas’ Meghdoot. This reflects the wide range of sculptures of the time. 10. A great emperor like Samudragupta renovated the Sudarshan lake under the present collapse of Unaj i.e. Girnar!’ At that time a beautiful temple of Lord Vishnu was built nearby.

Dashpur means Gwalior princely state at present Mandsar, Shilpi Malwa in Lat Desh, and Rajputana region in AD. s. It mentions that it was introduced in the 1st century, and also mentions a vihara in the Ladha country.


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