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... the base, three to the pillars, four to the entablature, five to the upper pillars,
two to the upper entablature, one to the upper base, two to the can'tha, four to the
cupola, and two to the pinnacle.” A VIMÁNA CONSISTING OF THREE STORIES.
In the lower story is placed the statue of the god whose name the temple bears; in
the upper that of Ranganātha ... a half to the base, one to the pillar, a half to the
entablature, a quarter to the upper base, a half to the cantha, one to the cupola, ...
... the fourth; one and three-quarters to the pillar, one to the entablature of the fifth;
a half to the upper base, 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.
“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 ... tenth; two to the pillar, one to the entablature
of the eleventh; one to the upper base, two to the cant'ha, three to the cupola, ...
The height of the pillars in the second story is one-eighth less than that of the
pillars in the first or lower story, half of which is given to the entablature, half of
that to the upper base, twice that to the cavetto above, twice that to the cupola,
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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.