Jina Pārśva temples in Karnataka
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Jina Pārśva temples in Karnataka by Hampa NaМ„garaМ„jayya

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Published by Śrī Siddhāntakīrti Granthamāle in Hombuja, Karnataka .
Written in



  • India,
  • Karnataka.


  • Pārśvanātha, 8th cent.B. C. -- Cult -- India -- Karnataka,
  • Temples, Jaina -- India -- Karnataka,
  • Jaina pilgrims and pilgrimages -- India -- Karnataka

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Study of Jaina temples in Karnataka, dedicated to Pārśvanātha, 8th cent., B.C., Jaina Tirthankar.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 56-57) and index.

StatementHampa Nāgarājaiah.
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2002/01435, BL1378.45
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 72 p., [32] p. of plates :
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6816368M
LC Control Number00288501

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