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Archaeology of Hampi-Vijayanagara
by C.T.M. Kotraiah (Ed. K.M. Suresh)
ISBN:9788180902116
Price: USD 62.5
Binding :Hardcover
Edition :2008
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Archaeology of Hampi-Vijayanagara This volume consists of Forty-one research papers penned by Shri C.T.M. Kotraiah, Archeologist, while he was in the service of that august organization, The Archeological Survey of India and even after retirement, in the year 1985. All of them are based on his thorough and thoughtful investigations into the archeological remains spread in that vast but rich site of Hampi-Vijayanagara. All of them were got published by him from time to time in different journals, periodicals, books felicitation volumes etc. And they are reproduced here in one volume thereby making hem easily accessible to the interested scholars. Particularly, the articles pertaining to sculptures are unique ones since they are explained authentically quoting from the contemporary Kannada literary works which otherwise are not manageable to the non-Kannada scholars. Further much talked of the glorious achievements of the Vijayanagara empire was mainly due to economic prosperity which in turn depended on agricultural prosperity supported by intensive and extensive irrigation systems adopted and practiced during the period. And the same is dealt in nine papers, but authentically as usual. Another one is the conjectural picture of a museum patronized by the royal house specially.
 



 
   
   
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