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 Resource Type: Physical Object
 Country: India
Lakshmana Temple Complex

Lakshmana Temple Complex

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Date: 0925/0954
Creator: unknown
Description: Lavish and rich carved detail of the south facade interior corner is shown in this view. Both humans and animals, particularly elephants are depicted in high relief.
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Lakshmana Temple Complex

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Date: 0925/0954
Creator: unknown
Description: This very close detail of the temple's south facade shows elephants lined up closely and ridden by people.
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Lakshmana Temple Complex

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Date: 0925/0954
Creator: unknown
Description: Dancing nymph & snake goddess are depicted in this view. This view is of the south facade and depicts a nymph and a snake goddess. Smaller groups of figures are placed above these.
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Lakshmana Temple Complex

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Date: 0925/0954
Creator: unknown
Description: This west, southwest view of the main temple shows the upper portion.
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Necklace - Banjara Festival Attire

Necklace - Banjara Festival Attire

Date: 1988/2000
Creator: Banjara Peoples
Description: Necklace. Torc-style necklace of silver, twisted and with wire wrapping at ends. Rigid hook at front to connect ends, and with a single Indian 25 Paise coin mounted near each side of clasp, with pendant silver beads. Suspended from the ends, near the clasp, are two large triangular ornaments of silver openwork, from which are suspended short lengths of silver chain terminating in silver spheres. Coins date from 1982 and 1988.
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Necklace - Rabari Festival Attire

Necklace - Rabari Festival Attire

Date: 1987/2000
Creator: Rabari Peoples
Description: Necklace. Long necklace basket-weave links on which are strung tubular silver beads and mounted Indian coins. Center section composed of three larger coins, each with three pendant coins, from which hang small fringes of chain and spheres. No clasp, long flat strip at back. 16 single coins are 25 Paise from India, various dates from 1976 to 1988; 2 pendants are 50 Paise from India, dates obscured by mounts; 1 pendant is a 1979 1 Rupee from India; The 9 smaller pendant coins below main pendants are 25 Paise coins from India, dated from 1975 to 1987.
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Necklace - Rabari Festival Attire

Necklace - Rabari Festival Attire

Date: 1975/2000
Creator: Rabari Peoples
Description: Necklace. "Bib" style necklace with 4-strand black yarn necklace with silver slide at back. Front bib of silver beads mounted in vertical bands into a "fan" form, from which hang a fringe of 11 polished cowrie(?) shells, with a further fringe of pendant chains and spheres hanging from each shell.
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Pattadakal Temple Complex

Pattadakal Temple Complex

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Date: 0700~/0799~
Creator: unknown
Description: This view shows the monolithic bull in profile.
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Pattadakal Temple Complex

Pattadakal Temple Complex

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Date: 0700~/0799~
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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Pattadakal Temple Complex

Pattadakal Temple Complex

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Date: 0700~/0799~
Creator: unknown
Description: This view shows the Jambulinga and Galaganatha temples. The view is east, northeast.
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