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" An architect (sthapati) should be conversant in all sciences; ever attentive to his avocations; of an unblemished character; generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy. "
Essay on the Architecture of the Hindús - Page 14
1834 - 64 pages
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Publications, Issue 35

Oriental Translation Fund - 1834
...short notice of their requisite qualifications, of which the following passages from the Mamishyálaya Chandrica* will convey some idea. " An architect (sthapati)...nearly equal qualification with him should be the sútragrahi; he may be either the son or disciple of the sthapati; he should be particularly skilled...
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Loudon's Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

John Claudius Loudon - 1834
...who, as Vitruvius recommends, is required to be " conversant in all sciences ;" and, farther, to be " ever attentive to his avocations ; of an unblemished...generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy." (p. 14.) Nearly similar qualifications are required for the surveyor or measurer (sutragraln), and...
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The Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

1834
...who, as Vitruvius recommends, is required to be " conversant in all sciences;" and, farther, to be " ever attentive to his avocations; of an unblemished...generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy." (p. 14.) Nearly similar qualifications are required for the surveyor or measurer (sutragrabf), and...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 6

1835
...qualifications of the different artisans employed in building. • S«€ Saturday Magatine, Vol. V., p. 147. " An architect (sthapati) should be conversant in all...character ; generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity and jealousy. " Of nearly equal qualifications with him, should be the (siitragrahi) ; he may be either...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 3

1836
...observations occur on the requisite qualifications of the different artisans employed in building. "An architect (sthapati) should be conversant in all...character ; generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity aud jealousy. " Of nearly equal qualifications with him, should be the (sutragrahï) ; he may be either...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volume 3

1843
...observations occur on the requisite qualifications of the different artisans employed in building. "An architect (sthapati) should be conversant in all...character ; generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity and jealousy. " Of nearly equal qualifications with him*, should be the (sutragrahi) ; he may be either...
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An Historical Inquiry Into the True Principles of Beauty in Art: More ...

James Fergusson - 1849 - 537 pages
...it is said, " An architect should be conversant in all sciences, ever attentive to his avocation ; of an unblemished character ; generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy." * A few words quaintly put together, but containing more of the true theory of architecture and the...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 13

William Laxton - 1850
...Raz, himself a Hindoo. The Sanscrit writings commence with various aphorisms, such as: "An architect should be conversant in all sciences; ever attentive...generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy Woe to them who dwell in a house not built according to the proportions of symmetry. In building an...
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Treatise on Architecture: Including the Arts of Construction, Building ...

Arthur Ashpitel, William Hosking - 1867 - 311 pages
...probably the surveyor or clerk of works, and then the various builders. Of the architect it says, " He should be conversant in all sciences ; ever attentive...generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy." And further on he says, " Woe to them who dwell in a house not built according to the proportion of...
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Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor ..., Volume 6

1893
...architecture. The Hindu ""shastra" treating on civil architecture, the Manushyalaya Chandrica, states that "an architect (sthapati) should be conversant in all sciences, ever attentive to his vocations, generous, sincere, and devoid of enmity or jealousy." The Sanskrit name " sthapati " is...
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