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A Fascinating Folkart

Basu, Ashish

The Times of India Weekly, Dec. 24, 1972,


A Few Brahmanical Sculptures in the Baroda Museum

Shah, U.P.

Vol. X-XII, Bulletin of the Baroda Museum & Picture Gallery, 1953-55


A Few Early Sculptures from Gujarat

Shah, U.P.

Vol. 1, Baroda: Journal of the Oriental Institute,


A Find of Ancient Bronze Articles in the Ranchi Distt

Roy, Sarat Chandra.

Vol. 2, Journal of the Bihar & Orissa Research Society, 1916


A fragment of a rare Indian carpet

Aga Oglu, M.

Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts, vol.XIII, no.1.October 1931, 1931


A French source of Indian chintz design

Brett, K B

vol. 2, Journal of Indian textile history, 1956


A Future Handmade

Chatterjee, Ashoke

Revisiting Gandhi and Gurudev in a Transformed India, Global InCH Journal,


A glass huqqa bowl

Pinder-Wilson, R.

British Museum Quarterly, vol.XXV, London, pp.91-4 and pl. XXXVI., 1962


A Golden Treasury: Jewellery from the Indian Subcontinent

Harle, J. C.; Stronge, Susan; Smith, Nima

New York: Rizzoli with Victoria and Albert Museum and Grantha Corp., 1988