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" Wo to them who dwell in a house not built according to the proportions of symmetry. in building an edifice, therefore, let all its parts, from the basement to the roof, be duly considered. "
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by Oriental Translation Fund - 1834
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Essay on the Architecture of the Hindús

Ram Raz, Royal Asiatic Society, London - 1834 - 64 pages
...without the aid of the ON THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE HINDUS. J5 four descriptions of artisans, sthapati and so forth, let the enlightened twiceborn* gratify...them who dwell in a house not built according to the proper- ' tions of symmetry. In building an edifice, therefore, let all its parts, from the basement...
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Loudon's Architectural Magazine: And Journal of Improvement in ..., Volume 1

John Claudius Loudon - 1834
...twice-born (the Brahmins, or men of the first class, &c.) gratify them in every respect. Woe to those who dwell in a house not built according to the proportions of symmetry." (p. 15.) The third chapter treats of the nature and quality of ground on which buildings are to be...
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The Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

John Claudius Loudon - 1834
...twice-born (the Brahmins, or men of the first class, &c.) gratify them in every respect. Woe to those who dwell in a house not built according to the proportions of symmetry." (p. 15.) The third chapter treats of the nature and quality of ground on which buildings are to be...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 6

1835
...erected. * Brahmin; anil others, belonging to the first, second, and third classes of Hindoos. | " Woe to them who dwell in a house not built according...from the basement to the roof, be duly considered." Great care was also taken in the choice of the ground for the purpose of building on, and many ceremonies...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1835
...is impossible to build houses, and the like, without the aid of the four descriptions of artisans, let the enlightened twice-born * gratify them in every respect, so that buildings may be erected. '* Brahmins and others, belonging to the first, second, and third clawcs of Hindoos. " Woe to them...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 3

1836
...is impossible to build houses, and the like, without the aid of the four descriptions of artisans, let the enlightened twice-born* gratify them in every respect, so that buildings may be erected. " Wo to them who d&ell in a house not built according to the proportions of symmetry. In building an...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge

1837
...the enlightened twice-born• gratify them in every respect, so that buildings may be erected. " Wo to them who dwell in a house not built according to...from the basement to the roof, be duly considered." Great care was also taken in the choice of the ground for the purpose of building on, and many ceremonies...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volume 3

1843
...is impossible to build houses, and the like, without the aid of the four descriptions of artisans, let the enlightened twice-born * gratify them in every respect, so that buildings may be erected. " Wo to them who dwell in a house not built according to the proportions of symmetry. in building an...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 13

1850
...to his avocations; of an unblemished character; generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy Woe to them who dwell in a house not built according...of symmetry. In building an edifice, therefore, let nil its parts, from the basement to the roof, be duly considered." Then follow rules for choosing the...
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The land of the Veda: India briefly described in some of its aspects ...

Peter Percival - 1854
...artificers. Their importance in the construction of buildings is indicated in the following words : — " Woe to them who dwell in a house not built according...from, the basement to the roof, be duly considered." Much specific direction is contained in the treatises on the choice of ground — its nature, its form,...
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