KALATATTVAKOSA VOLUME VIIISBN : 978-81-208-3988-5, 978-81-208-1045-7(Set)Edited By :KAMALESADATTA TRIPATHI SUKUMAR CHATTOPADHYAY & PRANATI GHOSAL
(Substratum/Abobe -- Ayatana,2015, 1+449 pp., illust., line drawings, bibl., index, )
PERVASIVE TERMS – VYAPTI VOL-IISBN : 81-208-1045-7Edited By :Bettina Baumer
(2001, xxxiv+287pp., line drawings, bibL, index,)
This preliminary volume contains eight major articles on the pervacive and perennial concept, viz.: puruṣa, ātman, śarīra, prāṇa, bīja, lakṣaṇa, śilpa.
SPACE AND TIME-DESA-KALA VOL-IIISBN : 81-208-1044-9Edited By :Bettina Baumer
(2003 xxxvi+478pp., Abb., Illus.,, bibl., index,)
In this volume the essays on seminal terms of space and time enable the reader to comprehend the multilayered meanings of the concepts in different contexts. It contains the terms: Nābhi, kṣetra, deśa, kāla, kṣaṇa, sūtra, tāla, māna, śūnya, pūrṇa.
PRIMAL ELEMENTS – MAHABHUTA VOL-IIIISBN : 81-208-1402-9Edited By :Bettina Baumer.
(1996, xxx:vii+446pp., line drawings, bibl.,)
This volume is dedicated to the cosmic elements and related concepts. Elements are conceived as the building blocks of the universe and of the human body. Whether physically or symbolically they constitute primary and indispensable categories of reality ( tattva). This volume contains the terms: prakṛti, bhūta-mahābhūta, ākāśa, vāyu, jyotiṣ, Prakāśa, āpaḥ, pṛthivī, bhūmi
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MANIFESTATION OF NATUREISBN : 81-208-1547-5Edited By :kapila vatsyayan, adwaitavadini kaul and sukumar chattopadhyaya
(1999 xxxvii+429 PP. line drawings, bibl., index.)
This volume contains the seminal terms which are complementary to the primal elements (mahābhūta) in the manifestation of cosmos. It deals with the terms: Indriya, Drvya, Dhātu, guṇa, doṣa, adhibhūta, adhyātma, sthūla, sūkṣma, sṛṣṭi, saṁhāra.
FORM / SHAPE – REKHA, AKARAISBN : 81-208-1917-9-0Edited By :R.C. Sharma
(2002, xxxii+475 pp., line drawings, bibl., index,)
The present volume is the manifestation of the vicārāgni (fire of thoughts) kindled by the earlier seers and continued by later thinkers that highlights a number of visual art forms….Read MoreThe form or shape remains the basic element despite its multiple representations and their explanations The study reveals a vast and interesting scope for further studies in the subject. The volume deals with ten articles contains ten terms – rekhā, ākāra, ākṛti, rūpa-pratirūpa, sakala-niṣkala, arcā, mūrti, pratimā-pratikṛti, prāsāda
APPEARANCE / SYMBOLIC FORM ABHASA VOL. VIISBN : 81-208-1917-9Edited By :Sukumar chattopadhyay & narasingha charan panda
(2008, xxxiv+459 pp., line drawings, Illus. 34, bibl., index,)
The volume is the sixth manifestaton of the series devoted to key concepts of Indian art and deals with the abstract or symbolic forms containing closely related to eight terms…Read Morewhere the basic concept of Ābhāsa, appearance or seemliness or reflection is inherent. Ābhāsa helps to realize the structure even in the symbolic or invisible formThis volume contains eight articles on the following concepts Ābhāsa, sādṛśya-sārūpys, anukaraṇa, anukṛti, anukīrtana, chāya, liṅga, pāda, vṛtti, rīti.