Ajanta : monochrome reproductions of the Ajanta frescoes by G. Yazdani; N.P. Chakravarti; B.Ch. Chhabra

By G. Yazdani; N.P. Chakravarti; B.Ch. Chhabra

Ajanta; the color and monochrome reproductions of the Ajanta Frescoes in response to images, with an explanatory textual content through G. Yazdani, and Appendices at the Painted and Incised Inscriptions by means of N.P. Chakravarti and B.Ch. Chhabra

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W ill '« TWTC HIIDDHA IN THE TEACHING ATTITUDE: ON TIIE SAME PILASTER (6) THE CONTINUATION OF THE SAME (c) ANOTHER SCENE REPRESENTING THREE MAIDS; THE SAME STORY XIX (a) A PALACE SCENE: THE VISVANTARA JATAKA: LEFT CORRIDOR: CAVE XVII (a) A PRINCESS: THE VlSVANTARA JATAKA: CAVE XVII (e) JOJAKA PRAYING FOR A GIFT: THE SAME JATAKA W ANOTHER EPISODE: THE SAME JATAKA XXI X X II (a) A PALACE SCENE: THE VISVANTARA JATAKA: LEFT CORRIDOR: CAVE XVII (b) A COURT SCENE: THE SAME JATAKA VISVANTARA WITH HIS W IFE DRIVING IN A FOUR-HORSE CHARIOT: LEFT WALL: CAVE XV II THE BRAHMAN PRAYING FOR A GIFT FROM VlSVANTARA AND MADRl: LEFT CORRIDOR: CAVE XVII X X IV XXV I THE LAST EPISODE OF THE VlSVANTARA JATAKA: THE PAYMENT OF RANSOM AND THE RESTORATION OF THE CHILDREN: CAVE XVII THE BRAHMAN PRAYING FOR A GIF!

ON THE SAME PILASTER (e) A BATTLE SCENE- THE JATAKA NOT ID E N T IFIE D : BACK CORRIDOR: CAVE XVII A BATTLE SCENE: THE JATAKA NOT ID E N T IF IE D : RIGHT OF XXVII («): CAVE XVII XXVIII w ■ aw Shi f W 1 • • '" V , '1 i ^ ‘. ): ON THE SAME WALL XXIX X X X V III THE BUDDHA PREACHING IN THE TUSHITA HEAVEN AND TWO OTHER SCENES: CAVE XVII X X X V II (6) THE PRINCE SAUDASA BRANDISHING HIS SWORD AGAINST THE ARMY WHICH HAS ATTACKED HIM: THE SAME JATAKA xxxvi la) THE ROYAL KITCHEN WITH PANTRY AND DINING-ROOM: TIIE SUTASOMA JATAKA: BACK WALL: CAVE XVII (6) THE A B U IS H E K A SCENE: THE SAME JATAKA XXXV ->L * ■ (a) THE LIONESS PROCEEDING TO THE RAJA’S PALACE THROUGH A BAZAAR: THE SUTASOMA JATAKA: CAVE XVII (6) THE LIONESS IN FRONT OF THE RAJA: THE SAME JATAKA X X X IV (*) THE LIONESS LICKING THE FEET OF THE RAJA: THE SUTASOMA JATAKA: BACK WALL: CAVE XVII XXXII (a) THE ARRIVAL OF A PRINCE AT AN HERMITAGE: TIIE SUTASOMA JATAKA: CAVE XVII XXXI {a) A RIVERINE SCENE: THE SUTASOMA JATAKA (>): BACK WALL: CAVE XVII (b\ THE MARCH OF AN ARMY: THE LOWER PART OF (a) NX XIX THE BUDDHA PREACHING TO THE CONGREGATION: CAVE XVII (a) A GROUP OF LADIES LISTENING TO THE SERMON OF THE BUDDHA: LEFT WALL: ANTE-CHAMBER: CAVE XVII XLI THF.

ON THE SAME PILASTER (e) A BATTLE SCENE- THE JATAKA NOT ID E N T IFIE D : BACK CORRIDOR: CAVE XVII A BATTLE SCENE: THE JATAKA NOT ID E N T IF IE D : RIGHT OF XXVII («): CAVE XVII XXVIII w ■ aw Shi f W 1 • • '" V , '1 i ^ ‘. ): ON THE SAME WALL XXIX X X X V III THE BUDDHA PREACHING IN THE TUSHITA HEAVEN AND TWO OTHER SCENES: CAVE XVII X X X V II (6) THE PRINCE SAUDASA BRANDISHING HIS SWORD AGAINST THE ARMY WHICH HAS ATTACKED HIM: THE SAME JATAKA xxxvi la) THE ROYAL KITCHEN WITH PANTRY AND DINING-ROOM: TIIE SUTASOMA JATAKA: BACK WALL: CAVE XVII (6) THE A B U IS H E K A SCENE: THE SAME JATAKA XXXV ->L * ■ (a) THE LIONESS PROCEEDING TO THE RAJA’S PALACE THROUGH A BAZAAR: THE SUTASOMA JATAKA: CAVE XVII (6) THE LIONESS IN FRONT OF THE RAJA: THE SAME JATAKA X X X IV (*) THE LIONESS LICKING THE FEET OF THE RAJA: THE SUTASOMA JATAKA: BACK WALL: CAVE XVII XXXII (a) THE ARRIVAL OF A PRINCE AT AN HERMITAGE: TIIE SUTASOMA JATAKA: CAVE XVII XXXI {a) A RIVERINE SCENE: THE SUTASOMA JATAKA (>): BACK WALL: CAVE XVII (b\ THE MARCH OF AN ARMY: THE LOWER PART OF (a) NX XIX THE BUDDHA PREACHING TO THE CONGREGATION: CAVE XVII (a) A GROUP OF LADIES LISTENING TO THE SERMON OF THE BUDDHA: LEFT WALL: ANTE-CHAMBER: CAVE XVII XLI THF.

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