Early Chola Temples

by S. R. Balasubrahmanyam | 1960 | 105,501 words

This volume of Chola Temples covers Parantaka I to Rajaraja I in the timeframe A.D. 907-985. The Cholas of Southern India left a remarkable stamp in the history of Indian architecture and sculpture. Besides that, the Chola dynasty was a successful ruling dynasty even conquering overseas regions....

1. The Larger Leyden grant (Ep. Ind.).

2. The Karandai Tamil Sangam Copper Plate grant. (A.R.I.E. 1949-50, nos. 57 & 58 A).

3. The Tiruvalangadu Copper Plate grant. (SII, III, PI. Ill, no. 205, pp. 383-489).

4. The Anbil Plates.

5. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India, 1958-59 by T.N. Subrahmanyan, (refers to Sundara Solap-perumpalli).

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