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Preliminary study of the art and architecture of the Karnali Basin, West Nepal = Étude préliminaire sur l"art et l"architecture du bassin de la Karnali, Népal de l"Ouest by PrayaМ„garaМ„ja SМЃarmaМЃ

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Published by [s.n.] in Paris .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Karnālī Zone (Nepal),
  • Nepal,
  • Karnali (Zone)

Subjects:

  • Temples -- Nepal -- Karnali (Zone),
  • Sculpture -- Nepal -- Karnali (Zone),
  • Karnālī Zone (Nepal) -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesÉtude préliminaire sur l"art et l"architecture du bassin de la Karnali, Népal de l"Ouest.
StatementP. R. Sharma.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNA6010.8.N42 K357
The Physical Object
Pagination116 p. :
Number of Pages116
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4644400M
LC Control Number77476594

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When Nepal opened to the world in the s, numerous scholars entered the country to study its unique art and tradition. But today, few parents would encourage their children to take up art and pursue it academically, for they feel there are more marketable careers like engineering, medicine, or banking. His travels to Nepal’s far west Karnali and India’s Kumaon proved useful in comparing the art and architecture of the two neighboring regions. He wrote about it in his book Preliminary Study of the Art and Architecture of the Karnali Basin (Paris, ). The Karnali River Basin lies between the mountain ranges of Dhaulagiri in Nepal and Nanda Devi in Uttarakhand. Dhaulagiri II (7,m) is the highest point of the entire basin. In the north, it lies in the rain shadow of the Himalayas. The basin formed by the river has a total catchment area of , km2, of which 45% is in India. manuscripts, numismatics, archives, art, anthropology and architecture of Nepal and museum and other techniques connected with various aspects of art work are invited to "Ancient Nepal". The contribution should be concise and well-documented and based on hitherto unpu d data, if not new interpretation of already known evidence.

Nepali architecture or Nepalese architecture is a unique strain of art and practicality. Situated in between the trade routes of India, Tibet and China, Nepali architecture reflects influences from both these cultural strongholds. The pagoda architectural tradition figures .   In west Nepal, a river basin is home to drought and poverty A research paper Impact of Climate Change on Precipitation in the Karnali Basin, Nepal Though a study . In the light of this study of the history, art, and architecture of the region the government may be able to make plans and programs for the conservation and preservation of important historical and archaeological monuments and the works of art decaying every day in the absence of their proper care, and thus would be useful, if preserved, for the posterity and also for the growth of tourism in this region. Another good account is included in Prayag Raj Sharma’s Preliminary Account of the Art and Architecture of the Karnali Region, west Nepal (Paris: CNRS) and the most up-to-date treatment is Surya Mani Adhikary’s The Khasa Kingdom – a trans-Himalayan Empire of .