НЕПАЛЬСЬКИЙ СЕРЕДНЬОВІЧНИЙ ХРАМ: НА ПРИКЛАДІ БУДДІЙСЬКОГО МОНАСТИРЯ ВАДЖРАЙОГІНІ ( ГУМ БАХА) У М. САНКХУ

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  Д. Є. Марков

Анотація

Стаття досліджує соціорелігійну історію, іконографію та іконографічну програму храмів буддійського комплексу Гум Баха. Один із найдавніших монастирів у Непалі, буддійський комплекс Ваджрайогіні (Гум Баха) залишається малодослідженим. Робиться особливий акцент на іконографії тимпанів пагод віхари, адже саме за ними визначається і належність храмів. Пропонується своя інтерпретація цієї іконографії, і, таким чином, висувається припущення щодо можливої текстуальної основи зображень пагод віхари Гум Баха. Все це дає змогу також говорити про те – які ідеї через архітектуру постулювали буддійська громада і донатори храму, зокрема звернути увагу на соціорелігійний та політичний аспекти цих ідей у контексті непальської історії Середньовіччя і початку Нового часу.

Як цитувати

Марков, Д. Є. (2022). НЕПАЛЬСЬКИЙ СЕРЕДНЬОВІЧНИЙ ХРАМ: НА ПРИКЛАДІ БУДДІЙСЬКОГО МОНАСТИРЯ ВАДЖРАЙОГІНІ ( ГУМ БАХА) У М. САНКХУ. Східний світ, (3), 20-43. https://doi.org/10.15407/orientw2018.03.020
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Ключові слова

архітектура, Гум Баха, іконографія, історія ідей, непальський буддизм, соціорелігійна історія, тантризм

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