In spite of this threefold combination the later Jaina texts3 use the words parikara as connoting the entire piece surrounding an image toravN referring to the arch-like portion of the parikara and kalaga meaning the ornament surmounting the torana. [...] I a2 2 Pedestal of the image of a standing Jina together with a portion of the parkara and remains of the feet of the Jina. [...] The parikara and the position of four Jinas as in I b2 21 except that there are no musicians by the side of the seated Jinas and there is a figure of Cakre§vari on the pedestal. [...] Silver inlay on the kala'sa on the eyes and chest cushion; and the cognizance of the central Jina ; and on the chest of the seated Jinas and to their right and left on the frame and on the chest of standing Jinas. [...] Drops of silver inlay on the headress eyes hdra and mead of the devi and the eyes of the lion.
|Jaina Iconography||497-520||H.D. Sankalia|
|Career of Jalaluddin Firuz Khalji||521-550||N.B. Ray|
|A Note on Teleology and Linguistics||551-553||C.R. Sankaran|
|The Direction Of The Mohenjo-Daro Script||554-558||Alan Ross|
|The Formation of My Child’s Language||559-565||Siddheshwar Varma|
|Notes on an Old Pashto Manuscript Containing the Khair-Ul-Bayān of Bayāzīd Ansarī||566-574||G. Morgenstierne|