Posted on: 8 January 2015

New Book:
Residential Architecture in Bhoja's SAMARANGANASUTRADHARA
By Felix Otter
Published by Motilal Banarsidass Publishers - 2010

The Samaranganasutradhara, composed in the 11th century and commonly attributed to King Bhoja of Dhara, is one of the most remarkable silpasastras of northern India. Consisting of more than seven thousand slokas, it contains not only detailed descriptions of temples, but also a comprehensive exposition of residential architecture. This book is an annotated translation of the central passages on residential architecture accompanied by a study of the Samaranganasutradhara's sources, the problem of authorship and related matters. It is rounded off by a comprehensive glossary of technical terms and illustrations.

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An Overview of The Samranganasutradhara
By Mattia Salvini
Mahidol University

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Pune’s octogenarian translates 1000-year-old book by Raja Bhoja By Garima Mishra : Pune, Fri Jul 26 2013 Indian Express

Kahan Raja Bhoj aur Kahan Gangu Teli. The " Bho" of "Bhopal" town still stands tall in the city. Still controversial in modern Indian politics, a 1000 years later ( ) . At the Jaipur Lit Fest ( )