Mamallapuram – Bibliography – Books


    Mamallapuram – The Workshop of the Pallavas

    Bibliography – Books

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    3. Baldwin, John Denison (1874). Pre-Historic Nations. Harper & Brothers Publishers. New York.
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    29. Langles, L (1821). Monuments anciens et modernes de l’Hindoustan. De L’imprimerie de P Didot.Paris.
    30. Lockwood, Michael (1993). Mamallapuram – A Guide to the Monuments. Tambaram Research Associates.
    31. Longhurst, A H (1924). Pallava Architecture in three parts. Archaeological Survey of India. New Delhi.
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    33. Maiuro, Marco & Federico de Romanis (2015). Across the Ocean: Nine Essays on Indo-Mediterranean Trade. Brill. Leiden. ISBN 9789004289192.
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    35. Minakshi, C (1941). Historical Sculptures of the Vaikunthaperuman Temple, Kanchi. Archaeological Survey of India. New Delhi.
    36. Nagaraja Rao, M S (1979). Kiratarjuniyam in Indian Art. Agam Kala Prakashan. New Delhi.
    37. Nagaswamy, R (1962). New Light on Mamallapuram. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India, vol VI, Silver Jubliee Volume. Madras
    38. Nagaswamy, R (2008). Mahabalipuram. Oxford University Press. New Delhi. ISBN 9780195693737
    39. Nagaswamy & Majeed (1978). Vasavasamudram. The State Department of Archaeology, Government of Tamilnadu.
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    41. Prasad, P C (1977). Foreign Trade and Commerce in Ancient India. Abhinav Publications. New Delhi.
    42. Rabe, Michael D (2001). The Great Penance at Mamallapuram. Institute of Asian Studies. Chennai. ISBN 8187892005
    43. Ruth C. Katz (1989). Arjuna in the “Mahabharata”: Where Krishna Is, There Is Victory. University of South Carolina Press.
    44. Sastri, H Krishna (1926). Two Statues of Pallava Kings and Five Pallava Inscriptions in a rock-cut temple at Mahabalipuram. Archaeological Survey of India. New Delhi.
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    52. Swaminathan, S (2010). Mahabalipuram – Unfinished Poetry in Stone. Arkey Graphics. Chennai. ISBN 9788191020205
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