On The Antiquity of Nepalese Metalcraft: The Buddha of Guita Bahi

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Figure 10: Standing Buddha Śākyamuni
Nepal, ca. 5th – 6th century
89 cm.
Previously next to Cārumati Stupa, Cābahil, Deopatan
Photo Department of Archaeology of Nepal
unknown.JPG (UvS NSS SD card)

Citations: Published:
Pal, Pratapaditya, 1974, The Arts of Nepal, Part I: Sculpture: fig. 166: Buddha, 6th century

Pal, Pratapaditya, 1974, Buddhist Art in Licchavi Nepal, Marg Publications, Vol. 27, No. 3, (June 1974): 9-10, 24, fig. 48, Buddha Chabahil, 6th century

Dowman, Keith, (transl.) 1981, “A Buddhist Guide to the Power places of the Kathmandu Valley”,  Kailash, Vol. VIII. (1981) Nos. 3-4: 203, fig. 36,  5th century
Locke, John, 1985, Buddhist Monasteries of Nepal: A Survey of the Bāhās and Bahīs of the Kathmandu Valley: 399-401, fig. 289: 6th century

Bangdel, Lain Singh, 1987,  Zweitausendfunfhundert Jahre nepalische Kunst: 178, Tafel 138: 5th  century

Bangdel, Lain Singh, 1989, Stolen Images of Nepal: 51-54: Standing Buddha, Stolen in July 1985; 5th century.

Deva, Krishna, 1991, “Gupta Impact on the Art of Nepal”, in The Golden Age: Gupta Art – Empire, Province and Influence, Marg Publications, Edited by K. Khandalavala: 45-46, fig. 1, 5th century.

Shakya, Milan Ratna, 2011, Ancient Stone Images of Buddha and Bodhisattva in Nepal: 145-146, 208, pl. 22 Chabahil Buddha. Close Affinity with Sankhu Buddha

Malla, Mala, 2012, Lord Vishnu – an Iconology: 164, fig. 52: 5th century.

Von Schroeder, Ulrich, 2019, Nepalese Stone Sculptures, vol II, 272B, ca. 5th century.