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" For our purpose, the great value of the study of these Indian examples is that it widens so immensely our basis for architectural criticism. It is only by becoming familiar with forms so utterly dissimilar from those we have hitherto been conversant with,... "
A History of Civilisation in Ancient India - Pągina 237
per Romeshi Ciiunder Dut - 1893
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A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest Times ..., Volum 2

James Fergusson - 1867
...the extremes just named, but by grasping somewhere the happy mean between the two. For our present purpose, the great value of the study of these Indian...brain there are that cannot be expressed by its means. On the other hand, it is only by taking this wide survey that we appreciate how worthless any effort...
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A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest Times ..., Volum 3

James Fergusson - 1876 - 621 pągines
...the extremes just named, but by grasping somewhere the happy mean between the two. For our present purpose, the great value of the study of these Indian...of the human heart and brain there are that cannot bo expressed by its means. On the other hand, it is only by taking this wide survey that we appreciate...
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A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest Times ..., Volum 3

James Fergusson - 1876 - 621 pągines
...familiar with forms so utterly dissimilar from those we have hitherto been conversant with, that wo perceive how narrow is the purview that is content...brain there are that cannot be expressed by its means. On the other hand, it is only by taking this wide survey that we appreciate how worthless any product...
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History of Indian and Eastern Architecture: Forming the third volume of the ...

James Fergusson - 1876 - 756 pągines
...widens so immensely our basis for architectural criticism. It is only by becoming familiar with forms st utterly dissimilar from those we have hitherto been...that architecture is as many-sided as human nature itsolf. and learn how few feelings and how few aspirations of the human heart and brain there are that...
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A History of Civilization in Ancient India: Based on Sanscrit ..., Volum 3

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1890
...mechanical restraint. All that is wild in human faith or warm in human feeling is found pourtrayed on these walls ; but of pure intellect there is little,...there are that cannot be expressed by its means." Fergusson, p. 403. These thoughtful and philosophical observations on architecture naturally suggest...
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History of Indian and Eastern Architecture

James Fergusson - 1891 - 756 pągines
...that is content with one form or one passing fashion. By rising to this wider range we shall ]>erccive that architecture is as many-sided as human nature...brain there are that cannot be expressed by its means. On the other hand, it is only by taking this wide survey that we appreciate how worthless any product...
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A History of Civilisation in Ancient India: Based on Sanscrit ..., Volum 2

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1893 - 363 pągines
...is 700 feet long. . . . Then come celestial beasts and celestial birds, and all along the east front a frieze of groups from human life, and then a cornice...brain there are that cannot be expressed by its means" (Fergusson, p. 403). These thoughtful and philosophical observations on architecture naturally suggest...
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Ancient India, 2000 B. C.-800 A. D.

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1893 - 196 pągines
...masonry, severe and god-like, but with no condescension to the lower feelings of humanity. "The Hallabid temple is the opposite of all this. It is regular,...few aspirations of the human heart and brain there arc that cannot be expressed by these means." CHAPTER IV. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. THE closing chapter...
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History of Indian and Eastern Architecture, Volum 2

James Fergusson - 1899
...the extremes just named, but by grasping somewhere the happy mean between the two. For our present purpose, the great value of the study of these Indian...brain there are that cannot be expressed by its means. On the other hand, it is only by taking this wide survey that we appreciate how worthless any product...
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Epigraphia Carnatica: Inscriptions in the Hassan District

Benjamin Lewis Rice - 1902
...walls; but of pure intellect there is little — less than there is of human feeling in the Parthenon. The great value of the study of these Indian examples...brain there are that cannot be expressed by its means. On the other hand, it is only by taking this wide survey that we appreciate how worthless any product...
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