After the Destruction of Giant Buddha Statues in Bamiyan by Claudio Margottini (auth.), Claudio Margottini (eds.)

By Claudio Margottini (auth.), Claudio Margottini (eds.)

This paintings studies on a true event in earth technology and conservation, facing the UNESCO’s emergency actions applied in Bamiyan (Central Afghanistan) for the restoration and rehabilitation of the cliff and niches after the destruction of the 2 recognized significant Statues in 2001.

Since 2002 a world attempt has been made to appreciate the geological features of the realm, the mechanical homes of neighborhood fabrics, petro-geophysical and sedimentological information in addition to the ancient and geological evolution of the Statues and cliff. Taken jointly, this knowledge serves as a foundation for the restoration and rehabilitation of the cliff and niches and is gifted in detail.

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In 1832 he began to travel through the Hindu Kush coming from Kabul. His emotion at the sight of the two colossi was so strong that he decided to publish the memoirs of his travels in a book. ” In the meantime his diplomatic career was broken. At the beginning of the Afghan rebellion,12 Burnes and his brother were killed in Kabul at the Khyber Pass slaughter in 1841. Nothing could be more grand than the scenery which we met in this valley. Frightful precipices hung over us; and many a fragment beneath informed us of their instability.

These are equidistant from the large idols G. Martini and S. Paolini 32 and from each other, that is to say, there is about 150 yards between each of the niches, large and small. One of the smaller niches is about 60 to 70 feet high, and is now empty, though a close inspection shows fragments of the idol that once filled it The second small niche is still occupied by a sitting figure, which is about 40 feet high and known as the Bacheh, or child. The general shape of the niches is the same in all cases, but that of the large female figure is evidently unfinished, and the shoulders are not marked, nor the edges smoothed off.

The small hotel on a slope southwards; on its back there is a short airfield; a little far away you can see the snowed massif of Koh-i-Baba. The sun set exactly at the end of the valley; it seemed a light yellow liquid dropping from a pale blue sky. The valley was obscure and pacific. In two enormous niches on the northern slope, as many Buddhas more than thirty meters high are towering. Red and gilded they were once, but now they have the same clay colour of the mountain. They stare at the snow and the sky behind the hotel, like meek and magical robots.

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