Art as the expression of spiritual values in terms of beauty is the result of some intense experience which the artist tries to communicate to spectator. The recognition of something greater than man and an attempt to express things which are unseen and eternal, something from the world of spirit. The spirit of Indian art not only serves, pleases the eyes of beholder but also fulfils fortune and protection of evil.
A merely textual treatment of the subject or one based on the study of the monument can not give the full results, both need to be co-related and in India we can not draw a clear line of demarcation between science and philosophy so manuals and monuments both should receive the full attention.
However, Hadoti is rich in Art and Architecture, many great temples were constructed during Ancient and Medival period. This book is an honest attempt to present the valuable heritage and tradition of Hadoti.