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Kushāṇa sculptures from Sanghol, 1st-2nd century A.D.

S. P. Gupta

Kushāṇa sculptures from Sanghol, 1st-2nd century A.D.

by S. P. Gupta

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Published by National Museum in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Sānghol.
    • Subjects:
    • National Museum of India -- Art collections.,
    • Sculpture, Mathurā -- India -- Sānghol.,
    • Art, Kushan -- India -- Sānghol.,
    • Sculpture, Indic -- India -- Sānghol.,
    • India -- History -- 324 B.C.-1000 A.D.

    • About the Edition

      Contributed articles.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 144-145).

      Statementedited by S.P. Gupta.
      ContributionsGupta, Swarajya Prakash, 1931-, National Museum of India.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNB1008.S33 K87 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3331616M
      ISBN 108185832218
      LC Control Number2004310385
      OCLC/WorldCa56950721

      Footnotes. Provenance: Collection of the late Linda York Leach (). Aijazuudin, F.S., Pahari Paintings & Sikh Portraits in the Lahore Museum, London: Sotheby Parke Bernet, Alexander, D., The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art. Volume XXI. The Arts of War: Arms and Armour of the 7th to 19th Centuries, London: The Nour Foundation, Sculpture: KushanaCentral Asian Kushana warriors invaded India in the first century of the common era, galloping over the Northwest passes, across the Indus and all of Punjab and Sind, on to Delhi and Banaras (Varanasi). The mightiest Kushana monarch was Kanishka, whose prosperous era probably began in a.d. Kanishka converted to Buddhism and was certainly the most illustrious Kushana king.

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      Almost all scholars except Regmi () agree with that the date is meant to be in the Saka samvat, which would place the inscription in A.D. - or if certain interpretations are followed (Regmi believes the era is a later one, and places the inscription in the th century . One example is this sculpture of a woman, which bears a striking resemblance to an early 20th-century sculpture of a king and queen mother by the Yoruba artist Olowe of Ise. The Nok culture was the earliest sub-Saharan producer of life-sized terra cotta sculptures.


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Gupta describes a standing male figure on a small pillar ( ) with a comparable general expression. He calls it a ‘ Royal Devotee in the pose of a Kshatriya ruler ’. Of Cities and Trade Networks: The Archaeology of Punjab in 46 the First Half of the Twentieth Century - Himanshu Prabha Ray IV.

The Excavations at Sanghol in Context 69 - Daniel Michon V. Planning and Development of the Kushan Settlement at Sanghol - C. Margabandhu VI. Defining 'Kushan' Pottery - Himanshu Prabha Ray and Hema Achyuthan VII.4/5(1).

α Comparative Study of Sanghol Sculpture (Kushana phase), α α Its Character and Nature α The Chinese traveler Shih-Fa-Hian 1adopted the Buddhist faith and travelled to Āryāvarta (India) with the desire to see Buddhist sect and monuments in A.D. After that Hiuen Tsiang 2 explained the sacred motive of his visit to the landFile Size: KB.

Gandhar, on one end of the empire, and Mathura on the other end were the two main centres of art from which developed the Gandhara School of Art and Mathura School of Art. The influence of both these styles can be seen in various relics discovered at Sanghol. Sanghol is a historical village located in Fatehgarh Sahib Districtof Punjab, India predating to Harrapan is also known as Uchha Pind Sanghol.

It is about 40 km from Chandigarh on the way to Ludhiana and approximately 10 km from place holds a special position on the archaeological atlas of India.

Excavations at the site have yielded coins and seals related to Country: India. century A.D. Sanghol Buddhist art and its concept are developed out of the previous art traditions that had gained base in north on the Uttarapatha route (Map-I).

In north before the progression of Buddhist imagery at Sanghol, it was the Yaksha concept and form worshipped in the Trigarta region (Plate ,62). Sanghol art has contributed the. The excavation also yielded a lid with a Kharosthi legend of 1st -2nd century B.C.

Upasaka Ayabhadra mentioned in the legend may have been responsible for enshrining the relics in the stupa. The priceless find at Sanghol, which has put it prominently on the archaeological map of the Kushana period from the railing around the stupa on the square.

Oct 1, - Explore nayefhomsi's board "Kushan Sculpture" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Sculpture, Indian art and Art pins. The Singhol sculptures are considered as the best specimen of the Buddhist art of 2nd century A.D.

Indian Books Centre, Delhi, Samuel Beal, Buddhist records of the Western World, translated from the Chinese of Huen Tsang, Reprint. Kushana sculptures from Sanghol 1st, 2nd century A.C.

Vol.1, New Delhi,   In his book ‘Kushana Sculptures from Sanghol (1st -2nd Century A.D.) A Recent Discovery’Vol 1 p, S.P. Gupta describes a standing male figure on. The cross bars which join the two pillars are decorated with lotus medallions.

The Sanghol sculptures are considered as the best specimen of the Buddhist art of 2 nd Century A.D. During the excavations in the adjoining areas, a broken portion of stone from a gateway of stupa, depicting Jataka stories, in redstrone, was also recovered.

Coins of. The earliest known representations of the Buddha in human form appear during the 1st century A.D. In these sculptures the Mathuran artists followed the conventions and style of the models provided by the yakṣa figures, which had been sculptured in the freestanding form from at least the 1st century characteristic yakṣa figure, depicted in a relaxed posture with one hand resting on.

Kushan Sculpture: Images from Early India Hardcover – Decem by Czuma Stanislaw J (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: - Explore rebekahwardall's board "Kushan Empire Sculpture" on Pinterest.

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