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Let the breadth of it be either one, one and a-quarter, half, or three-quarters of the
diameter.” I cannot find in any of the authors a description of this capital, and it is
only mentioned by name by Mánasóra and others, I have given the design of it ...
The upper ornaments of this column occupy two diameters, and the capital takes
three-quarters of the diameter, which is to be divided into ten parts: two to be
given to the abacus, which projects half a diameter, one to the strings of pearls,
“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 of the principal pillars of the gate, which should be threequarters of
the breadth of the ground-plan, being divided into three and three-quarters parts,
three-quarters to be given to the pedestal, one to the base, two to the pillars, and
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.