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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
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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,
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    ILLUSTRATED DICTIONARY OF VEDIC RITUALS

    ISBN : 81-7305-309-X
    Edited By :H. C. RANADE

    (2006, XXXvi+348pp., Bibl., B/w Illus. 209)
    Rs.1,500.00

    The present lexicon explains the meaning and significance of ritualistic terms frequently occurring in the Śrauta-Sūtras, together with a short description of the sacrificial rites connected or meant therewith. It is an outcome of the engagement of the author with Śrauta ritual for a very long time. He has not only a first-hand knowledge of the texts but also a practical acquaintance with the subject acquired through participating in such sacrifices….Read More

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    MONSTERS OR BEARERS OF LIFE-GIVING POWERS ?

    ISBN : 13 : 978-81-246-0889-0
    Edited By :SARA KUEHN , Distributor: DÊ. KÊ. Printworld (P) LtdÊ., New Delhi-15.

    (2017, pp.123)
    Rs.750.00
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    LETTERS OF HAZARI PRASAD DWIVEDI

    ISBN : 81-7178-346-5
    Edited By :मुकुंद द्विवेदी
    Rs.125.00

    पंडित बनारसीदास चतुर्वेदी को लिखे गए आचार्य द्विवेदी के ये पत्र अपने समय के जीवंत दस्तावेज़ हैं, जो न केवल साहित्य के सामान्य पाठकों के लिए रुचिकर होंगे, बल्कि शोधार्थियों और द्विवेदीजी की जीवनी पर काम करनेवालों को भी अपने काम की प्रभूत इन पत्रों में मिलेगी।…Read More


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    CULTURAL HISTORY OF UTTARAKHAND

    ISBN : 81-246-0434-7
    Edited By :D. D. Sharma

    (2009, xxxi+417pp. Index, bibl., folded Maps 1, 75 coloured, 7 blw photo.)
    Rs.1,500.00

    Cultural history of Uttarakhand is an outcome of many years of keen observation of the linguistic and cultural phenomena of the whole Himalayan region, right from Ladakh in the west to Bhutan in the east and an intensive study of ancient Indian literature and of the historical incidents that have taken place in the central Himalayan regions, particularly in the land termed as Uttarakhand…Read More

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    THE LINGARAJA TEMPLE OF BHUBANESWAR

    ISBN : 978-81-7305-340-5
    Edited By :K. S. BEHARA

    (2008 xiv=190pp., 4 col. b/w, index, bibl., Figs. & Maps 18)
    Rs.1,500.00

    Built in the eleventh century, the temple of Liṅgarāja in Bhubaneswar is acclaimed as one of the finest temples of India. With its construction the Orissan temple style reached its mature phase and set the model for later temples to follow…Read More

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    SARADA AND TAKARI ALPHABETS: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT

    ISBN : 81-246-0412-6
    Edited By :Bhushan Kumar Kaul Deambi

    (2008 xxiii+173pp.)
    Rs.900.00

    Among the Indian scripts the Śāradā script has a pride of place. Though an alphabet of Kashmir par excellence it remained for several centuries a popular script of an extensive area of north-western India including Afghanistan, Gandhāra or north-western Pakistan, the Darad territories of Gilgit, Chilas and Chitral, Ladakh, Jammu, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi…Read More

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    NUMISMATIC ART OF INDIA: DOCUMENTATION OF MATERIALS

    ISBN : 81-215-1187-9
    Edited By :B. N. Mukherjee

    (2007, (Vol. I) xi+263pp., intro., plates)
    Rs.3,000.00

    Volume I: This volume deals with the numismatic art of India up to c. CE 1835. The modern age in Indian coinage commenced in about this year.

    This volume contains a comprehensive history of art in Indian coins during the early and medieval periods. It embodies the first ever attempt in this direction…List of Abbreviations, Select Bibliography andRead More

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    Mughal and Persian Paintings and Illustrated Manuscripts in the Raza Library, Rampur

    ISBN : 81-85503-07-9-0
    Edited By :Barbara Schmitz & Ziyad-Din A. Desai

    (2004, xiii+171pp.)
    Rs.435.00

    During the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century, the Nawwabs of Rampur, the hereditary rulers of Rohilkhaṇḍ, a district some 75 km, east of New Delhi, amassed a large collection of books and art, including illustrated books and album paintings. Their collection was given to the people of India after independence…Read More

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    CONVERSATION WITH PANDIT AMARNATH

    ISBN : 81-85503-07-9
    Edited By :Bindu Chawla

    (2004, xiii+171pp., Index)
    Rs.435.00

    This work lays bare the inner wisdom of Hindustani music through the intimate reflections of Pandit Amarnath, who, voted as one of the four great genius musicians of the twentieth century, came to be widely acknowledged as a musicians’ musician, a legend of his times…Read More

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    MAHATMA GANDHI AND ART

    ISBN : 81-85503-060-0
    Edited By :Y P Anand

    (2003, 68pp.)
    Rs.200.00

    This monograph is based on a lecture delivered by Y.P. Anand, Director, National Gandhi Museum, Rajghat, New Delhi, on “Mahatma Gandhi and Art” in the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi, on 21 December 2001…Read More

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