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    Kumar Mihirendra Pratap Singh Deo

ISBN: 978-93-5427-162-5

The Unknown Iconography of India

by: Kumar Mihirendra Pratap Singh Deo

Beyond the classification of the Indian iconography some sculptures are not properly accounted and neglected as unimportance. That insisted the Author to
reflect in “The Unknown Iconography of India”. The Author has broken the barrier of the
Neolithic era and has crossed the line yonder that. Out of four classification of
iconography the Author has created a new classification of iconography as the Ancient
Iconography of India by including Ekapāda Bhairava of Bhairon Pāhād of Ghudar in the
district of Balangir, Odisha and the iconography of Lord Jagannath of Puri, Odisha and
have fixed the date circa C. 9000 B.C.-7000 B.C.; may be much more back to the era of
Rāmāyana. Ekapāda Bhairava of Bhairon Pāhād is the only and unique Ekapāda Bhairava
sculpture of India where Bhairon Pāhād was an epicenter of the Tantric rituals. “The
Unknown Iconography of India” shall compel the scholars to think over for its
justification.

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    Beyond the classification of the Indian iconography some sculptures are not properly accounted and neglected as unimportance. That insisted the Author to reflect in “The Unknown Iconography of India”. The Author has broken the barrier of the Neolithic era and has crossed the line yonder that. Out of four classification of iconography the Author has […]

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ISBN: 978-93-5427-162-5
SKU: 4238
Publisher: BlueRose Publishers
Publish Date: 2021
Page Count: 166

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Kumar Mihirendra Pratap Singh Deo, Author hails from the erstwhile Royal Family of Nāga Dynasty of Madapur-Rampur in the district of Kalahandi, Odisha, India. Due to lack of historical facts, evidences and proper interpretations there are confusions and contradictions in the History of Odisha which impelled the Author to write history. To his credit many historical research papers have been published by the Author in the State, National and International Journal like ‘Orissa Review’, ‘Journal of Orissan History’, ‘Proceedings of the Orissa History Congress’, ‘Souvenirs of the State and National’, ‘Puratattva’ and ‘Journal of Bengal Art’, Published by the International Centre for Study of Bengal Art (ICSBA) Dhaka, Bangladesh. Moreover, ‘Talks on Archaeology’ by the Author have been broadcasted by the All India Radio. Author is the Founder and the President of Indian Cultural Heritage Society (ICHS), Life Member of Odisha History Congress (OHC) and Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). Author has been organized the Archaeological Photograph Exhibition in different colleges and Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar, Odisha in the year 2004 to create awareness in archaeology and history of Kārunda; and have been presented many research papers on history and archaeology in the State and National Conferences. Author was involved in excavation of Budhigarh of Madanpur, Kalahandi, Odisha, India (2014-2016) as a Collaborator. His works have been reflected in Author’s first book ‘Kārunda The Vanished Empire’ (2016); a thirty-five years of research works with new historical facts, new interpretations of history and archaeology of Kārunda. Published by the Notion Press, Chennai, India. The Bhairava Cult and the Kāpālika Sect in the Hindu Pantheon is a complicated and esoteric chapter. In the Indian context it has been observed that, the Sculptural Art of the Bhairavas and Ekapāda Bhairava of Kārunda are unique of its kind. For the first time the Author has discovered the unique iconographic affinity in between Ekapāda Bhairava and Lord Jagannath which has been reflected as a comparative study. Hence, the Author has strived his best to reflect the unknown iconography of Ekapāda Bhairava of Kārunda and Lord Jagannath in Author’s second book ‘The Unknown Iconography of India’

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Weight 0.250 kg
Dimensions 27.94 x 22.5 x 2.5 cm

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