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Title: Chanding patterns of defence architure at aihole badami pattadakal 6 to 18 AD A study
Researcher: Umesh Pattar, Y
Guide(s): Jamuna, M
Keywords: Defence techonology Badami aihole
University: Bangalore University
Completed Date: 
Abstract: To identify the forts belonging to four different periods and other structures that was built with the intention of defending the region. The architectural development of forts from early Chalukyan period to Tipu s period is taken into consideration. The thesis traces the changes that took shape in the building technology at Aihole, Badami and Pattadakal. The changing patterns of the plans, fort walls, bastions, structural patterns, magazines, tanks, watch towers, guard rooms, sculpture and the materials used during various periods have all been analysed to understand the changing needs of defence from time to time. There are no full-fledged scholarly works available on area of study. But for Badami forts having been briefly examined S.K Joshi in his Defence Architecture in Early Karnataka, (Chapter-IV), the other sites Aihole, Pattadakal, Mahakuta and Alampur have not received any attention. Hence this is an attempt in the irection. newline
Pagination: xx, 186p.
Appears in Departments:Department of History

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