Collections: Items Tagged "Devanagari script"

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On View: Relief of Mourning Women

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Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

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    Found 13 Items Tagged "Devanagari script"


    Kalaka Becomes a Jain Monk; Kalaka Abducts the Nun, Two Leaves from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaKalaka and Sahi, Page from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaKalaka with Shakra Disguised and Revealed, Leaf from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaKalaka Converts the Bricks to Gold, Leaf from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaThe Seige of Ujjain and the Defeat of the Magic She-Ass, Page from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaKalaka Hears Gunakara Preach; Kalaka Exercises the Horse, Page from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaKalaka Converts the Bricks to Gold, Leaf from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaKalaka with Shakra Disguised and Revealed, Leaf from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaMahavira Preaching at the Gunashilaka Shrine, Leaf from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the KalpasutraThe Seige of Ujjain and the Defeat of the Magic She-Ass, Page from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaEmperor Alamgir IIPage 48 from a manuscript of the Kalpasutra: recto text, verso image of  Mahaviras initiationPage 37 from a manuscript of the Kalpasutra: recto image of Trishalas grief, verso text
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