Special Issue (Vol 1, No 2) on the Arts and Crafts of Bankura

Special Issue on the Arts and Crafts of Bankura

CONTENTS
Editorial (PDF)
Dhokra: the Traditional Art of Metal Casting (PDF)

Prof. Rajesh Kochhar

Dhokra Art and Artists of Bikna (PDF)

Sourish Bhattacharya

Terracotta: Transformation Through Time and Technology (PDF)  

Priyanka S. Mangaonkar

Radhe Shyam and Radha Mohana Temples of Bishnupur (PDF)

Shyamal Chatterji

Documentation of Terracotta Horse of Bankura (PDF)

Amar Nath Shaw

Portraits of Terracotta Owls of Panchmura (PDF)

Prof. Ravi Poovaiah

Terracotta Crafts of Panchmura: Problems and Possibilities (PDF)

Dr. Milan Kanti Satpathi

Baluchori Silk : an Elegant Tradition (PDF)

Pranab Barman

Lost Game: Dashabatar  Taas of Bishnupur (PDF)

Tarun Tapas Mukherjee

Stone Craft of Susunia (PDF)

Debashis Roy

Wood Craft of Bankura (PDF)

Arnab Majumdar

The Enchanting Beauty of Bamboo Craft of Bankura (PDF)

Debanjali Banerjee

Conch Shell Craft (PDF)

Subhomay Dutta

Jamini Roy’s Art: Modernity, Politics and Reception (PDF)

Debmalya Das

Kherwal Tukou: a Confluence of Indigenous Artistic Traditions in Bankura (PDF)

Subhamay Kisku

On the cover: ‘Ananta-sayane Vishnu’ from Radhe-Shyam Temple,Bishnupur. Photograph by Shyamal Chatterji. Cover design by Tarun Tapas Mukherjee


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The Chitrolekha Journal on Art and Design (E-ISSN 2456-978X) is a scholarly platform for discussions on the evolution and intercategorial development of art and design. The journal explores arts both as a mode of signaling as well as being in an ontological sense. The mystery of the first arts of our ancestors intrigues us today, from a scientific as much as an aesthetic perspective. Similarly the future of arts leads us to think of things quite unknown to us. The scope of the journal therefore, is open-ended so as to be able to incorporate and address emerging areas in human arts and sciences.