Abu (inhabited place)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
View looking across the broken landscape of Mount Abu, with the European buildings of the hill station dotted here and there. See also Y3022P/16.
Captions for the lantern slides are those written on the slides themselves.
View of the richly carved ceiling with central pendentive surrounded by carved figures in Tejapala’s Temple.
Showing intricately carved pillars, corbels and diagonal members in Vimala Sah’s Temple at Mount Abu, built by Vimala, a minister under Bhimadeva, in 1031.
Similar view to Y3022P/78
Close up view of the carved elephant in a temple at Mount Abu: see Y3022P/16 and Y3022P/76.
Showing intricately carved pillars and capitals in the Temple of Tejahpala, built between 1197 and 1247.
Showing the ornately carved shrine and image. See Y3022P/76 and Y3022P/125.
Showing the richly carved doorway, with the shrine of the Buddha beyond. See Y3022P/16.
View showing the rich marble carving of the interior of Vimala Sah’s Temple at Mount Abu in N. Bombay, 34 miles NE of Palanpur. For other pictures of the famous Jain temples, see QM 4/11-15.
View looking towards a wooded hillside at the summit of which stands a substantial building, apparently a palace.
Showing the carved ceiling of the temple portico.