Volume VI, Number 1, 2016

Volume VI, Number 1, 2016

January-April

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Editorial
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Critical Articles
A Scenographic Study in Draupadi’s Festival
Pejjai Nagaraju, University of Hyderabad
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Contemporary Art Practice in Kashmir with Special References to the Works of Shafi Chamman, Veer Munshi and Inder Saleem
Waseem Mushtaq, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
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From Caves to Miniatures: Portrayal of Woman in Early Indian Paintings
Mandakini Sharma, Ila Gupta & P. N. Jha, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
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Trends Evaluation in Wooden Folding Screen of Saharanpur
Aayushi Verma & Ila Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
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Embodiment of Beauty in Stone: A Survey of Stone Sculptures from Sanghol
Ardhendu Ray, Independent Researcher
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Indian Classical Dance Forms (ICDs): Three Dimensions of Analysing Their Unity and Diversity
Ojasi Sukhatankar, Sri Aurobindo Sadhana Kendra,Gujarat
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Wooden Idols of India: the Antiquity of a Traditional Excellence
Sanjay Sen Gupta, Amity School of Fine Arts, Kolkata
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Jageshwar Dham
Kaberi Ghosh, Independent Researcher
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Katarmal Sun Temple
Kaberi Ghosh, Independent Researcher
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A Critical Study of Emilia Onuegbu’s Cartoons
John Otu, Federal College of Education, Zaria, Nigeria
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ANNOUNCEMENT

The Chitrolekha Magazine will be converted into a full-fledged scholarly journal soon. So, we close this series of publication that had started in 2011. We will not accept any submission of article till further announcement. All the contents of the previous series will remain in archived and retrievable condition. Please wait for the new journal in new avatar. We sincerely thank all the readers, authors, editors, support staff and well-wishers. We started the magazine with the special aim of promoting the art and craft of Bengal. But unfortunately, we did not get appropriate responses from the people who are in charge of arts and crafts. We will start a new journey with new editorial staff and system and focus. So good-bye from the old team. Best wishes for all of you...