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It consists of from one to five parallel streets, running in one direction, generally
from east to west, and of two more streets forming right angles at both the
extremities of the five parallel streets, and also of a third crossing the middle of
“The breadth of the sic'hara being divided into five parts, three are to be given to
that of the pattica, which being divided into five parts, three and a-half are given
to the breadth of the padma above, one-third of it to the * Griva is here used to ...
A VIMÁNA CONSISTING OF FIVE STORIES. (See Plate XXXII.) “The height is to
be divided into twenty-four parts: one and a-half to be given to the base, three to
the pillar, one and a-half to the entablature of the first story; two and a-half to the ...
“There are five sorts of gateways, namely, duárasob'ha (the gate of splendour),
duárasāla (the gate of the mansion), duáraprasada (the propitious gate),
dwóraharmya (the gate of the palace), and dwóragópura (the turreted gate). The
A GOPURA CONSISTING OF TWELVE STORIES. (See Plates XLI. and XLII.) “
The height of the gate-pillars is three-quarters of the breadth of the plan, and it
being divided into five parts, two to be given to the pedestal, one to the base, and
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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.