Hindu Art and Architecture. Sarah Modi, Sarah Mupo, Katie Murphy, Mary Petersen IB World Religions: Blue 4. Art. “The man who knows nothing of music, literature, or art is no better than a beast.”. Warning of ancient Hindu wisdom Hindus think highly of art
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Sarah Modi, Sarah Mupo, Katie Murphy, Mary Petersen
IB World Religions: Blue 4
-regarded as special revelation of divine beauty
-seen as fitting shrine for all the gods
in Hindu Art
Pallava – Shore Temple
Nayak – Rameswaram Temple
Pandya - Chidambaram
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