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Architecture- Part I (In Hindi)
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This lesson discusses the Vijaynagar architecture, Ajanta Caves, Barabar Caves & Buddhist & Jain architecture styles.

Palak Sharma
Economics Grad🎓 IELTS 8.5 Band Scorer🏅Author of "So This is How I Die of Wandering" 📖

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  2. In ARCHITECURE unacademy

  3. Vijaynagar 4 academy

  4. Vijayanagar means 'city of victory', this empire constitutes imp chapter in the history of India which ruled AD 1336 to 1672. Vijayanagar empire played a very imp role in the development of temple art and architecture. Architecturally Vijayanagar has synthesis of centuries old Dravidian style and influence of neighboring Islamic style. The Vijayanagar architecture can be classified into four groups-defense, religious, secular and civilian. . unacademy

  5. Defense Architecture .Famous for seven layers fortress wall which enclosed city, agriculture hinterland and forest. Several gateways and square bastion in the wall. Main gate was large and guarded by flanking bastion. . unacademy

  6. Religious Architecture New style of architecture called Provida style-with arge numbers of pillars and piers .Horse was most common inscriptions on pillars Construction of large Raya Gopuram (gateways) and Kalyanamandap with carved pillars in temple premises Mandapams were having 100 to 1000 pillars, this mandapams were used for sitting the deity on festivals occasions. The monolithic carving of Nandi ex-Vithalswami and Hazra temples at Hampi, Vardraja and Ekambarnatha temples at Kanchipuram and chidrambram temples academy

  7. Secular arehitecture Palatial buildings and subsidiary buildings like water palace, well. Public audience hall, horse and elephant stables. these buildings were in Indo-Saracenic in character (Hindu and Muslim features) . .The Lepakshi Mural Paintings, the technique of which was probably inspired from the Ajanta paintings of Maharashtra under the Vakataka patronage, had a rather secular theme than a religious one. Use of domes, vaults and arches, due to the presence of Muslim architects, accentuating the cular mindset prevalent in the kingdom. unacademy

  8. GIVI Ilan-Architecture . Palace complex, Audience hall, pleasure pavilion, secretariat hall, tanks etc. Indo-Islamic in nature as arc with key hollow dome can be seen. Lotus Mahal, Queens bath have octagonal water pavilion. . unacademy

  9. Ajanta Caves academy

  10. Ajanta Caves The wall paintings of Ajanta caves belong to period from 2nd century BCE to 7th century CE. NATURE: they are mainly religious in their content depicting Buddhist scriptures (especially jatakas) except few places where Hindu religious gods are represented FORM: As they are drawn over many centuries and by artisans belonging to various guilds they show great stylistic variation along with maintaining certain common features. The common features are... . Centrality -perspective drawing common physical features such as half closed eyes black outline with various body colours - unacademy

  11. Babar Caves- Lomas Rishi ar unacademy

  12. Besides, various Buddhist architecture also exist that support the argument in the question. Stupas were built over ashes of Buddha. The stupas of Sanchi, Bharuch, Gaya, Amravati and Nagarjunkonda are famous for their entrances, torans, with upright pillars and crossbars based on wooden style, on which relief was carved in various Buddha symbols. The stupa of Sanchi was enlarged to enclose the original one and railing was made of stone replacing wood. In chaityas also, like at Karle, rafters and cross beams were carved in the rock though they serves no purpose. Chaityas also had wooden roof or pillars supporting a vaults roof, a ribbing inspired by wooden architecture. . unacademy

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