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Bas Reliefs

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Bas reliefs on the base of the Qutab Minar. Frescos and bas reliefs in the archway of the Taj Mahal assembly hall (Mihman Khana). Detail of the main tower on the western entrance to Angkor Wat, showing weathered stone carvings and bas reliefs. Towers within the Ta Prohm temple and bas reliefs on the wall of the enclosure gallery. Bas reliefs and balustered windows on the side of the central western entrance of Ta Prohm. Entrance gateway to ancient ruins of Chellah. Bas relief or stone carving, in a niche on a gallery wall. Pavilion fresco. Pavilion end wall. Stone carving around Harshat Mata temple. Weathered bas reliefs at the Elephant Terrace in the Angkor Thom complex. Stone carvings around the step well, defaced. Basins for ritual ablutions. Apsara dancers bas relief at Bayon in the Angkor Thom complex. Buildings in the mosque complex. Some of the bas relief work on the base of the Dhamek stupa. Columns and enclosures of the mosque, around the base of the Qutab Minar. Palace pool and terrace. Internal corner. Bas relief carved panel on the mausoleum outer wall. Bas relief work above a door. Ornamented niche in wall. Arch, saved from the ravages of time. Pavilion arches. Palace pool, all very neatly laid out. Looking in towards the collapsed central sanctuary of Ta Prohm from the west. Bas relief rescued. Balcony of the western garden wall pavilion. Wall panel detail. Apsara dancer, defaced.

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