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    Medival Indian Legacy : Linguistic Literary

    ISBN : None
    Edited By :Indra Nath Choudhuri

    Monograph prepared for delivering the Professor Suniti Kumar Chatterji Memorial Lecture on 6th May 2011 at IGNCA
    Let me first express my gratitude to IGNCA for the invitation which they gave me to deliver the most prestigious Professor Suniti Kumar Chatterji Memorial Lecture…Read 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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  • MURALS FOR GODDESSES AND GODS:THE TRADITION OF OSAKOTHI RITUAL PAINTING IN ORISSA

    ISBN : 81-7305-095-3
    Edited By :Eberhard Fischer and Dinanath Pathy

    (1996, 224pp., col. and b&w plates)
    Rs.2,250.00

    This monograph is a magnificent document of India’s ritual painting based on systematic study of the osakoṭhī ( osa: penance, koṭhī: sacred space) murals of Orissa. It explores the rare rich and meaningful and fast disappearing ritual art of mural painting…Read More

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  • NARTANANIRNAYA of SRI PANDARIKA VITTHALA

    ISBN : 81-208-1217-9
    Edited By :R. SATHYANARAYANA

    (1994, Vol. I, xiii+357pp.)
    Rs.450.00

    The Nartananirṇaya is one of the notable Sanskrit treatise on Indian music and dance, appearing after the Saṅgītaratnākara of Śārṅgadeva. Its author Śrī Paṇḍarīka Viṭṭhala (sixteenth century) was a profound and versatile scholar who had also written Ṣaḍrāgacandrodaya, Rāgamālā, Rāgamañjarī, Dūtīkarmaprakāśa and Śīghrabodhinī-nāmamālā.Read More

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  • NIRMAL KUMAR BOSE MEMORIAL LECTURE SECOND, 1996

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    Edited By :Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya

    (1997, 43 pp.)
    Rs.50.00

    These two lectures second in the series were delivered by Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya. The first lecture brings out N.K Bose’s commitment to Gandhiji’s ideas. Bose presented Gandhiji as a rebel who wanted to transform himself as well as others through love and non-violent compassion…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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  • PERCEPTION OF THE VEDAS

    ISBN : 81-7304-254-3
    Edited By :Vidya Nivas Mishra

    (2000, 449pp)
    Rs.800.00

    In 1933, Coomaraswamy published A New Approach to the Vedas, and thereafter he regularly brought out longer and shorter studies of the Vedas and Upani ads till the year 1947. These works were published in a variety of American, European and Indian journals. These essays have been arranged here in this volume in relation to some aspects or the other of Vedic text as one integrated perception…..Read More

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  • PERVASIVE TERMS – VYAPTI VOL-I

    ISBN : 81-208-1045-7
    Edited By :Bettina Baumer

    (2001, xxxiv+287pp., line drawings, bibL, index,)
    Rs.1,100.00

    This preliminary volume contains eight major articles on the pervacive and perennial concept, viz.:  puruṣa, ātman, śarīra, prāṇa, bīja, lakṣaṇa, śilpa.

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  • PRIMAL ELEMENTS – MAHABHUTA VOL-III

    ISBN : 81-208-1402-9
    Edited By :Bettina Baumer.

    (1996, xxx:vii+446pp., line drawings, bibl.,)
    Rs.450.00

    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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  • Principles of Composition in Hindu Sculpture : Cave Temple Period

    ISBN : 81-208-0705-7
    Edited By :Alice Boner

    (1990, xvii+274 pp. line drawings, b&w plates, gloss. index)
    Rs.450.00

    This work represents an approach to a hitherto unexplored aspect of Hindu sculpture. Dealing with pre-medieval sculptures and leaving aside the historical, doctrinal and aesthetic aspects of this art, it concentrates exclusively on the question of composition. The principles of composition,…Read More

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