The discovery of ‘permanence of baked clay’ since ancient times was a boon for the temple makers. The basic structure was made from local laterite and brick. Laterite is red clay; it is coarse in appearance and is used for making foundations, platforms and walls of buildings. It is given a finish with stucco.
Sculpting is done on stucco; unfortunately the fine finish tends to wear off with time. The whole structure looks as if it is enveloped with terracotta plaques. The characters are lined up to create a story on the facades. On some of the facades you will see the rhythmic effect of the repetitive panels above the arches. Be aware, one tends get lost in the flow of the story and in the process loose track of flow of time!
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We invite you to visit North Shore campus library to view a new children's book display to start the new year! Our focus this month is #OwnVoices, a hashtag first suggested by Young Adult Sci-Fi author Corinne Duyvis on Twitter "to recommend kidlit about diverse characters written by authors from that same diverse group." Request books & learn more.
Upcoming LLS Webinar: Online Community Writing Workshop: The Power of the Process
January 31, 2018, 6:00 PM Central Time
This writing workshop for the online community will focus on writing as a process. Reframing your thinking of writing as a process rather than a product will increase the confidence you have in your writing, and it's with this confidence that you can move forward and see real growth. Join in this writing community discussion and find the power within the writing process. Learn more and register!
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We've added a new Drop-Off Essay Review service! Submit your writing assignment through an online submission form to be reviewed by a writing specialist. Learn more or get started!
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