ART HISTORY Name Institution Art History Qutab Minar Qutab Minar is a mosque complex that was formed as part of the Qutab that formed the earliest Mosques building in India. It was built in succession with the ground storey being built over previous ruins of Lal Kot. The subsequent storey were built by different rulers. The building is currently located in Mehrauli which is in the South West of Delhi in India. Being a building it has been located in this same place since it was built. The complex which towers over 73 storeys were built by Qutab-ud-din Aibak to celebrate the defeat of the last Hindu kingdom (Asian Education). As the first Muslims in India Qutab initiated the construction to commemorate the ostensible win against the Hindu religion. However conflicting accounts exist which attribute the building with the prayerful life of Muslims. According to these sources the building for the future where it will receive the desired attention when the time comes. The sculpture is very representative of those Buddhists whose enlightenment is deemed to fade as the year's pass. The hope instilled in the coming of Maitreya establishes the drive to push harder in the path of enlightened. In most cases the Maitreya is regarded as the Buddha of the future who will come where all the teachings have seemed to be irrelevant to the members presents at that time. The included of the Greek culture and way of life included the inclusion of flowing robes and the general skill exhibited by the sculpture. It shows the typical representation that should be expected for such an impacting epoch of Alexander the Great's rule. References Asian Education. (n.d.). Bodhisattva Maitreya 100–300. Retrieved from http://education.asianart.org/explore-resources/artwork/bodhisattva-maitreya-100-300 The MET. (n.d.). Standing Bodhisattva Maitreya (Buddha of the Future). Retrieved from https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/38474 [...]
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