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The sic'hara ( cupola ) being divided into thirty - two parts , three to be given to
the lupa mula , t two to the ad'hópadma ( the lower cima recta ) , one to the
málábaddha ( the fillet ornamented with a wreath ) , two to the úrdd hvapadma (
Or divide the crown of the cupola into five equal parts ; give three to the breadth
of the p'haláca , which divide into five equal parts , make the breadth of the
padma take up four parts ; which divide again into three equal parts , give one to
The cupola or dome is crowned with four pinnacles over the front portico , and
four more across the former over the principal cell ; and in the tabernacle
immediately below the cupola , stands the statue of Paravásudéva , a form of
... to the base , one and a - half to the pillar , three - quarters to the entablature , a
half to the base , one to the pillar , a half to the entablature , a quarter to the upper
base , a half to the cant'ha , one to the cupola , and a half to the pinnacle .
... two and a - half to the cupola , and one and a - half to the pinnacle . The
pedestal below is equal in height to the base . " Temples of five stories are found
in various parts of southern India ; and the design which accompanies ,
represents one ...
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Ram Raz: Essay on the Architecture of the Hindús / by Rám Ráz. - London : Parker, 1834. - xiv, 64 S. : Ill. - (Oriental Translation Fund) Die bibliographische Beschreibung im Haupteintrag ist unzureichend und irreführend.