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Bharhut, Madhya Pradesh, c. , sandstone. Indian Museum, Calcutta. Photograph: IO List 1900, 1079, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands l list of figures 379. Story of the Flying Buddha on panel D2 of the ayaka frieze, Nagarjunakonda, Andhra Pradesh, 3rd–4th century, limestone. Site Museum, Nagarjunakonda. Photograph: ASI, 1928–1930, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 381. Story of the Monkey and the Crocodile. Tripurantakeshvara temple, Belgami, Karnataka, c. 1070. Photograph: Gerard Foekema, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 380.
E. Photograph: ASC, 1910– 1911, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 305. Horse rider on a column. E. Archaeological Museum, DG 4, Sarnath. Photograph: ASI DGA, 462, 1906–1907, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 306. Pair of horse riders on the southern gateway, outer view, of the Great Stupa, Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, c. , sandstone. Photograph: courtesy A. Kamphorst 307. Frieze with the Transport of the Buddha’s Relics. Shahr-i-Bahlol, Greater Gandhara, Pakistan, 1st–4th century, schist.
1965, The Art Institute of Chicago. Photography © The Art Institute of Chicago. Inset: Detail of the stele with Buddhas and xxxviii 255. 256. 257. 258. 259. 260. 261. 262. 263. 264. list of figures Tara, showing a miniature version of Nalagiri, the tamed elephant, with a wheel on its back. Photograph: A. van der Geer, courtesy The Art Institute of Chicago, New York Wall panel with the Story of Vishnu Rescues the Elephant King. Northern wall of the Vishnu (= Dashavatara) temple, Deogarh, Madhya Pradesh, early 6th century, sandstone.