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This bibliography section presents a list of reference articles and books relevant to a foregoing chronological study of sculptures in Mathura. The history of pre-Kuṣāṇa art at Mathura is rich and complex, reflective of a vital cosmopolitan center where diverse religions and numerous subsects coexisted and thrived. The unique intersection of multiple religious ideals and mores combined with the diverse ethnicities in early Mathura provides a setting for innovations in art and iconography that influenced other regions and affected the subsequent unfolding of Indian art.

Keywords: Indian art; Mathura; pre-Kuṣāṇa art; religious ideals



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