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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'hôpadma (the lower cima recta), one to the mélábaddha
(the fillet ornamented with a wreath), two to the tarddhvapadma (the upper cima),
Or divide the crown of the cupola into five equal parts; give three to the breadth of
the phaláca, 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 ...
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
... one to the pillar, a half to the entablature, a quarter to the upper base, a half to
the cantha, one to the cupola, and a half to the pinnacle. A VIMÁNA CONSISTING
OF FOUR STORIES. (See Plate XXXI.) “The height of the vimāna being divided ...
... one to the cant'ha, 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
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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.