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Department
Global Asia Studies
Course
GASB67H3
Professor
Sudharshan Duraiyappah
Semester
Winter

Description
GASB67H3 Week 3: Lecture Notes Jan 25 2013 Email: [email protected] - The bull is note associated with the Buddha in the Buddha’s writing. Came from the pre- Buddha context. - Natural portrait of the bull - Four lions, each lion faces different direction - The wheel design, called Dharma Chakra. - Persian Art, Persia= modern day Iran - Original piece has a Dharma Chakra on top, Early Rock- Cut Sanchtuaries Lomas Rsi Cave Barabar Hills - Sanchtuaries, for monks in the rainy season - Early buildings were made out of wood, the first 2 floors of Buddha’s temple were made of wood, but it doesn't last. - Kalasa - A crocodile’s tail and body, elephant’s trunk. Always associated with war in pre- Buddha. - Makara, is for this particular composition of animal - No paintings, Baja Cave
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