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This book attempts to explain how geometry (Indian) was employed as a method for mensuration and composition before the appearance of our present numerical decimal system in 6th century AD. A brief explanation is also presented on how in conceptual terms of most forms of artistic expression in Indian civilization were found on the same ordering principle, which was conceived as the basis of laws of creation.
The book analyse Symmetry and Proportion in Vastu and Silpa making use of following steps. Firstly, the geometric analysis of sculptures with reference to space and time division and analysis few compositions belonging to different periods by subjecting their photographic replicas to the analysis, through digital technique. Secondly, investigates the Pentagonal and Hexagonal Symmetry related to organic and inorganic systems and applies the concept to different pieces of Art and Architecture. Thirdly, the Golden Section theme is discussed and verified through the analysis of a few compositions. Lastly, the concept of Dynamic Symmetry in harmonic analysis of architectural monuments.
Details of Book :-
- Author - R. Vasantha and P. Purushotham Reddy
- Publisher - Sharada Publication house
- Language - English
- ISBN - 81-85616-95-7
- Binding - Hardbound
- Size - 24.6 x 18.5 x 1.5 cm
- Pages - 210
- Weight of book - 900 grams