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The breadth of this vimāna, which is measured between the two angular pillars, is
divided into six parts: two are given to the muchb'hadra (or the middle niche), and
two to the space on each side. * An ornament made in the form of a bud. t ...
“The height of this temple is divided into twelve parts, one to the base, two to the
pillar, one to the entablature, three-quarters to the pedestal, three-quarters to the
base, one and a-half to the pillar, three-quarters to the entablature, a half to the ...
“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 pillar, one and a-quarter to the entablature of the second ; two ...
“The whole height is to be divided into eighty-seven parts, four to be given to the
base, eight to the pillar, four to the entablature of the first story; seven to the pillar,
three and a-half to the entablature of the second; six to the pillar, three to the ...
“The height of the principal pillars of the gate, which should be threequarters of
the breadth of the ground-plan, being ... four to the base, and eight to the pillar,
and the remainder of the pyramid, from the entablature up to the pinnacle, is in ...
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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.