Buddhist Art in India. CHAPTER 6 SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA.

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  • Slide 1
  • Buddhist Art in India
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  • CHAPTER 6 SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA
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  • http://www.wadsworth.com INDUS RIVER VALLEY GANGES RIVER VALLEY
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  • Priest-king, Mohenjo-daro (& Harappa) faculty.cva.edu/Stout/Egyptian/Egyptian.html http://www.accd.edu/sac/vat/arthistory/arts1303/Chapter6G.htm www.heritage.gov.pk/html_Pages/indus.html http://www.harappa.com/indus/42.html No surviving temples/palaces
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  • Buddhist Art in India
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  • BUDDHISM
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  • Lion capital, Sarnath, India Buddhism spreads by Ashoka Columns align with Axis of the Universe Chakra (Wheel of Law)
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  • Great Stupa, Sanchi Reliquary (remains) Circumambulation (clockwise) Yasti & Chatras (unite world/paradise)
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  • Yakshi at the Torana Yakshi c.a. 200 a.d.
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  • Chaitya Hall plan and section Apse houses small stupa Ambulatory
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  • Prince Siddhartha Compare 1. BIRTH @ LUMBINI 2. ENLIGHTENMENT UNDER BODHI TREE 3. 1 ST SERMON, SARNATH 4. PARINIRVANA Gandhara Buddha
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  • Meditating Buddha MUDRA? Halo Ushnisha: bump Urna: dot or curl of hair
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  • Buddha seated on lion throne Almost transparent robes Bodhi Tree Mudra? Dharma Wheel
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  • Classical (canon) Seated Buddha, Preaching 1 st Sermon, Sarnath -Perfect bodily form -Emphasizes spirituality -Meditation Mudra? * Replaces stupa as the norm Deer & Wheel
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  • Bodhisattva Padmapani, Ajanta caves -Indian painting rare -delicate, sensuous -compassion

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