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South Indian Bronze Sculpture
South Indian Bronze Sculpture is one of the greatest contributions of Dravidian art that developed during the era of Chola reign, Rashtrakuta Dynasty and Pallava Dynasty. This art was dedicated to the Hindu religion especially to Lord Shiva or Nataraja.
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