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Q. how is the "trabeate"principle of architecture different from the "arcuate"? ...
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Q. How is the "trabeate" principle of architecture different from the "arcuate"? ...
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A. Trabeated architecture has horizontal beams or we can say straight beam. In contrary, Arcuate structure are those which has arc design or we can say curves at two connected pillar. link
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Q. what is a shikhara? ...
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A. Shikhara is Sanskrit word which mean top of Mountain or peak.So in our term its used to denote the top most part of Temples head. link
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