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'Kondooty'. Coloured aquatint by Thomas Daniell after James Wales. Plate 1 of [Antiquities of India], published by T Daniell, London, 1803.

'Kondooty'.  Coloured aquatint by Thomas Daniell after James Wales.  Plate 1 of  [Antiquities of India], published by T Daniell, London, 1803.

Artist: Daniell, Thomas (1749-1840)

Medium: Aquatint, coloured

Date: 1803

Shelfmark: P174

Item number: 174

Length: 48

Width: 34

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Topographical Print

Coloured aquatint by Thomas Daniell after the drawing of James Wales of the rock-cut temple of 'Kondooty'. This is Plate 1 of [Antiquities of India], published by Thomas Daniell in London in1803.

The rock-cut temple of Kondivate is situated on a hill north-west of Bombay. The carvings on the wall date from the late fifth or sixth century. The interior has an apsidal plan and a votive stupa is situated at the end of the central nave.

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