A. Radha, Dr. G. Paranthaman


In this paper the researcher discussed the history of Tamil Nadu during the medieval period was very basic among the later Pandyas and the early Cholas in perunkulam. It is an all-inclusive language which individuals of all countries can comprehend. Every country has its own method of articulation of its craft. This transitory character is definitely not an unexpected innovation of the Tamils however changed from the North. The convention of rock-cut design for example the Chaityas and Viharas of the Buddhists started by Ashoka at Barabar slopes was before long taken up in the snare rock districts of South India. The plinth comprises expansive divisions like pitha, upapitha and adhisthan each having a lot increasingly optional moldings like kanda, kaboda, uyalavari, pakkai, padmam, tiranvi and so forth. The regal pictures showed up on the North mass of Mahamandapam of Gomathi Amman holy place. Pudai mold is of stone materials and of suthai to which all the front appendages of body extending forward and anticipated towards the front side and leaving the entire posterior of them straight. Such pudai sculptures and suthai images are found in different places in this sanctuary.


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