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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
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India & The World Area Studies

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    IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ZUANZANG: TAN YUN-SHAN AND INDIA

    ISBN : 81-212-0630-8
    Edited By :Tan Chung

    (1999, xxviii+251pp)
    Rs.750.00

    Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore has become a “multi-national” in the sense that he has authored the National Anthem of two separate sovereign countries — India and Bangla Desh,…Read More


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    ACROSS THE HIMALAYAN GAP : AN INDIAN QUEST FOR UNDERSTANDING CHINA

    ISBN : 81-212-0585-9
    Edited By :Tan Chung

    (1998, xxvi+553pp., col. and b&w illus.)
    Rs.1,200.00

    This book is the fruition of Step 1 of a project launched by the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) whic is a premier Indian research institution dedicated to a holistic understanding world civilization and to the promotion…Read More


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    DUNHUANG ART : THROUGH THE EYES OF DUAN WENJIE

    ISBN : 81-7017-313-2
    Edited By :Tan Chung

    (1994, 456pp., line drawings, col. and b&w illus., bibl., index)
    Rs.1,500.00

    Dunhuang although internationally known is infrequently visited. The Mogao shrine at Dunhuang is a cluster of 492 caves, containing 45,000 square metres of frescoes and 2,415 stucco statues. This is a precious art heritage of the world…Read More


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    THE ART OF INDONESIA

    ISBN : 97889350501771
    Edited By :Bachchan Kumar

    (2014, xxiii + 224 pp.index, bibl., Illus. col. 99)
    Rs.1,100.00

    The present book, Art of Indonesia, contains selected research papers presented at the International Conference on the Art of Indonesia organized by the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi…Read More

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    RECENT STUDIES IN INDONESIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

    ISBN : 13; 978-93-50500002
    Edited By : Edi Sedyawati and I. Wayan Ardika

    (2012, x + 215pp. index)
    Rs.1,200.00

    The pioneering researches on Indonesia are mostly done by Dutch scholars who formulated various theories based on archaeological remains. Since then, a large number of new discoveries have been brought to light. The present book Recent Studies in Indonesian Archaeology includes seventeen research papers contributed by eminent scholars of Indonesia…Read More

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    ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA

    ISBN : 978-81-7305-408-2
    Edited By :BACHCHAN KUMAR

    (2011, xvi+116pp.index, bibl., illus. col.29, b/w 17)
    Rs.1,100.00

    Art and Archaeology of South-East Asia is an outcome of two consecutive seminars organized by the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi. It has eleven selected studies on South-East Asia by eminent scholars of the subject…Read More

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    STYLISTICS OF EARLY KHMER ART

    ISBN : 81-7305-256-5
    Edited By :Mireille Benisti

    (2003(2 vols.), xxxvi+388pp., illus.)
    Rs.4,500.00

    The present volume contains translations of Benisti’s major publications dealing with Khmer art. The main article is a study of the relations between early Khmer and Indian art, i.e. seventh and eighth centuries, the crucial period of the introduction of Indian religion and other components of Indian culture in the first well-organized kingdom of Khmer land…Read More

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    ICONOGRAPHY OF AVALOKITESVARA IN MAINLAND SOUTH EAST ASIA

    ISBN : 81-7305-182-8-0
    Edited By :Nandana Chutiwongs

    (2001, xlvi+314pp., bibl., index.)
    Rs.1,100.00

    This book contains a life-long study by the author on the concept and configuration of one of the best loved religious figures in Asia. It is based on the data extensively acquired from inscriptional and other archaeological evidences…Read More

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    Glimpses of Early Indo-Indonesian Culture – Collected Papers of Himanshu Bhushan Sarkar

    ISBN : 81-7305-182-8
    Edited By :BACHCHAN KUMAR

    (2001, xlvi+314pp., bibl., index.)
    Rs.1,100.00

    Indonesia has close cultural relations with India since the beginning of Christian era. Indian culture influenced Indonesia to a great extent in shaping its society, religion, customs, beliefs, art and architecture, specially during the pre-Islamic period…Read More

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    SOCIAL IDENTITIES IN REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA

    ISBN : 0-333-92947-0
    Edited By :MADHAVAN K. PALAT

    (2001, xv+246pp., gloss., index)

    This volume explores the crisis of identity that faced Russia before and after the Revolution. The essays discuss how a re-evaluation of national identity challenged widely held ideas and rocked traditional institutions such as the Church. Local notables, peasants, artists and the intelligentsia all gorged new identities in relation to their own perceptions of ”Russia”…Read More

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