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The buyer can select the IGNCA publications (books / DVDs / Multimedia CDs/DVDs etc.) from the above mentioned series (lists) and details of the publications with the payment (as per the details given in the payment mode) receipt / DD can be sent to Shri A K Sinha on the address mentioned below.

Shri A K Sinha
Publication Officer
Sutradhara Division,
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts,
1 C. V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi – 110 001, INDIA
Telephone: 91-11-2338 6825 E-mail: igncapub@gmail.com

 

Payment mode: Customer can make the payment by Demand Draft in favour of IGNCA, payable at New Delhi or through Bank Transfer. Electronic transfer of money may be sent as per the details below:

Canara Bank
Govt. Business Branch, ASI Building,
Janpath, New Derlhi-110001
SB A/c No. 0143101008365
IFSC Code- CNRB0003525 (For Indian Buyers)
SWIFT CODE CNRBINBBDFM (For Foreign Buyers)
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IGNCA Publications are available at `Svasti’ - the IGNCA shop run by HHEC at

C.V. Mess,
Janpath,
New Delhi- 110001
INDIA
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    द कृष्णागिति ऑफ मनवेद

    ISBN : 81-208-1478-9
    Edited By :C. R. SWAMINATHAN and SUDHA GOPALAKRISHNAN

    (1997, xv+349pp., col. ills.)
    Rs.650.00

    The kṛṣṇagīti is a lyrical and devotional poem composed in Sanskrit by Mānaveda, Zamorin of Kozhikode during seventeenth century CE. The poem in its eight parts celebrates the life of Kṛśṇa from his incarnation (Avatāra) to his ascent to Heaven (svargārohaṇa)…Read More

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    पालास ऑफ कवि कर्ण

    ISBN : 81-208-0958-0
    Edited By :BISHNUPADA PANDA

    (1991, 4 vols., ci+1181 pp., maps, illus., gloss.)
    Rs.1,200.00

    The Pālās were composed by Kavi Karṇa in Bengali in the late seventeenth century CE in honour of God Satyanārāyaṇa. Recitation of Kavi Karṇa’s Śolo Pālā or sixteen musical compositions glorifying Lord Satyanārāyaṇa who is identified with Satyapīra, is widely prevalent in contemporary Orissa…Read More

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