Volume 1, Number 3

Volume 1, Number 3, 2011

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Volume 1, Number 3, 2011

CONTENTS

 Editorial  (PDF)

Traditional Art

Mahisamardhini in Indian Art
Amit Guha (PDF)

“Village of Painters”: a Visit to Naya, Pingla
Sourabh Datta Gupta (
PDF)

  Architecture

Heritage in Crisis: Hazi Muhammad Mohsin’s Imambara at Hooghly
Sreecheta Mukherjee (
PDF)

  Fashion

 Art Deco Sartorientalism in America: Persian Urban Turbans and Other Versions
Jaimee K. Comstock-Skipp (
PDF)

  Research Project

Two Perspectives, One Outcome: Explorations in Parametric Praxis
Thelma Lazo Flores (
PDF)

  Special Article

 The Importance of Community Involvement in Archaeology and Heritage Management in India
Tathagata Neogi (
PDF)

 Artist’s Corner

 My World of Paper and Paper Pulp Art
Shyamasis Ghosh  (
PDF)

 A Pictorial Tribute to Rabindranath Tagore, Inspired by His Nature Songs
Anirban Ray  (
PDF)

 Books Received and Reviewed

 The Turtle’s Dream and Keys by Benrali
Review by Tarun Tapas Mukherjee (
PDF)


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