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Throughout the history Indians were tend to subtract or carve spaces into rocks than to built them from zero. So that, in time subtraction took the basis of their architectural intention and put forward a relation between man-made and natural elements in which the natural elements and topography used as materials or design problems. 351 more words

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Indian temple builders from the first to the eight centuries carved into stone cliffs or out of piled rocks by doing art of subtraction. For them, subtraction is a design method. 559 more words


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Child      : Mom, I don’t like subtractions. I always want things to be added only; never should it be cut down. 12 more words